Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics

"False ideas are the greatest obstacles to the reception of the Gospel. We may preach with all the fervour of a reformer and yet succeed only in winning a straggler here and there, if we permit the whole collective thought of the nation to be controlled by ideas which prevent Christianity from being regarded as anything more than a harmless delusion."
— J. GRESHAM MACHEN
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Academic Level

Degree/Postgraduate

Duration

9-12 Months

Assessment

Yes. Certificate of Completion

Study Method

Online

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“As a local church pastor, leader and communicator, Melissa has grown in her love, passion and understanding of the Bible. Engaging in biblical and church ministry study, in a flexible and practical way, Axx courses have given Melissa the time and space to think deeper, grow taller and see further into the ministry call of God on her life.”
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Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics Overview

The Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics gives you the in-depth knowledge and skills needed to exegete the Bible and discuss the Christian faith with others. It gives you the apologetic skills to discuss any passage of Scripture.

The Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics qualification is for people who want a comprehensive and systematic approach to studying some of the most important and challenging topics in the Bible.

Start your journey of in-depth critical analysis and learn for yourself what the Bible is saying in the past, present and future. Understanding the Bible is a critical part of your relationship with people in the workplace and community. It gives meaning and answers to your faith.

What is a Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics? Licentiate comes from the Latin licentia, “freedom” which is applied in the phrases licentia docendi meaning permission to teach and licentia ad practicandum signifying someone who holds a certificate of competence to practise a profession i.e. Bible teacher, pastor, ministry, theology or church life.

The Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics is a part of the Axx Bible and Theology stream. This stream is a systematic approach to understanding the Bible and Theology. It starts by building a foundation of introductory concepts and grows into discussing some of the most interesting and important passages of the Bible doctrines about God.

Who is the Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics for

  • This Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics is designed for those who want a very serious program of biblical study with excellent professors who exegete the word of God.
  • It is ideal for those who have a strong desire to seek out biblical truth and answers for today.
  • It is for people who want deep accurate apologetic teaching.

What you will learn

Building a Christian Worldview Part 1: Certified

  • How worldview has changed since the medieval days, especially on the European Enlightenment and development of modernism and more recent postmodernism.

Building a Christian Worldview Part 2: Certified

  • To bring a biblical perspective to critically evaluate worldviews and where necessary replace them with truly Christian worldviews.

Issues in Apologetics – Part 1: Certified

  • You will become aware of apologetic issues in our society and beyond and sensitive to the different issues affecting different groups.

Issues in Apologetics – Part 2: Certified

  • You will develop good apologetic strategies is a highly relevant and significant part of the ministry.

Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence – Part 1: Certified

  • You will develop a real feel for reading Scripture carefully and develop skills in exegesis and basic hermeneutics.

Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence – Part 2: Certified

  • You will learn how to wrestle with issues of translating Paul’s writings into a 21st-century local church.

New Testament Exegesis – Part 1: Certified

  • You will build on the simpler and less technical exegetical study skills formed in Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence

New Testament Exegesis – Part 2: Certified

  • You will develop greater skills in exegesis through the study of specific methods for studying the text and the application of these methods to specific passages.

New Testament Exegesis – Part 3: Certified

  • You will do a comparative analysis of Pauline letters plus a structural analysis of the form and topics integrated into Paul’s writings.

Ethics: Certified

  • You will learn the biblical and non-biblical approaches to various ethical questions and controversies.
  • You will learn the nature and destiny of man, the meaning of being a divine image-bearer, and how personhood should be regarded in the light of the current ethical debates.

Included Courses

Play Course Preview Building a Christian Worldview

Fundamental to any Christian’s effectiveness in the world is the question of how they think. Thinking Christianly is what makes us able to evaluate the things going on around us and make a valuable contribution to our world under the lordship of Christ. Every person is trained to think within certain boundaries and along certain lines imbibed from their culture: this is the worldview everyone begins with. But as Christians we also need to bring a biblical perspective to bear on these assumptions, to critically evaluate them and where necessary replace them with truly Christian views.

This course enables students to analyse differing views and definitions of worldview discussing the shifts in worldview from the 17th century until today. Christian worldview in the light of the current context and construct their Christian worldview.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Introduction & Definition 
  2.  Functions of a Worldview 
  3.  Ancient Mediterranean Worldviews 
  4.  The Medieval Worldview 
  5.  History of Worldview: The Enlightenment 
  6.  History of Worldview: Modernity 
  7.  Problems with Modernity 
  8.  Defining ‘Postmodernism’ 
  9.  Postmodern Thinking 
  10.  Postmodernism & Religion  
  11.  Christianity & Postmodernism 
  12.  Proposals for a Christian Worldview 
  13.  Pentecostal Proposals for Worldview (1) 
  14.  Pentecostal Proposals for Worldview (2) 
  15.  The Bible & Worldview (1) 
  16.  The Bible & Worldview (2) 
  17.  The Biblical Narrative & Worldview 
  18.  Four Biblical Examples & Worldview 
  19.  Modernist Criticism of the Bible 
  20.  Postmodernist Criticism of the Bible 
  21. Rival Worldviews: Eastern Religions 
  22.  Rival Worldviews: Secular Worldviews (1) 
  23.  Rival Worldviews: Secular Worldviews (2) 

About your instructor

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Dr Jon Newton

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe.

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Play Course Preview Building a Christian Worldview

Fundamental to any Christian’s effectiveness in the world is the question of how they think. Thinking Christianly is what makes us able to evaluate the things going on around us and make a valuable contribution to our world under the lordship of Christ. Every person is trained to think within certain boundaries and along certain lines imbibed from their culture: this is the worldview everyone begins with. But as Christians we also need to bring a biblical perspective to bear on these assumptions, to critically evaluate them and where necessary replace them with truly Christian views.

This course examines how worldview has changed since the medieval days, especially on the European Enlightenment and the development of modernism and more recent postmodernism. Finally forming a Christian worldview based on biblical teaching.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Desription
  2. The Bible & Ontology
  3. Spirit Worlds in the Old & New Testaments
  4. Spirit World in Revelation
  5. The Bible & Epistemology (1)
  6. The Bible & Epistemology (2)
  7. The Bible & Epistemology (3)
  8. The Bible & Epistemology (4)
  9. Revelation as (a/the) Source of Truth
  10. A Christian Anthropology (1)
  11. A Christian Anthropology (2)
  12. A Christian Anthropology (3)
  13. A Christian Cosmology
  14. A Modern View of History
  15. Postmodern Views of History & Narrative
  16. The Biblical Narrative
  17. A Biblical View of History
  18. The Bible, Pluralism & other Worldviews
  19. Christianity & Pluralism: Case Study 1
  20. Christianity & Pluralism: Case Study 2
  21. Constructing & Defending a Christian Worldview

About your instructor

Jon Newton 150 x 150 opt

Dr Jon Newton

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe.

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Preview Issues in Apologetics

Christians face apologetic issues that affect people on a daily basis. This course gives the key evidence and reasons for the Christian faith and develops clear and well-organised arguments for presenting the Christian faith.

All Christian leaders face apologetic issues as they try to meet the needs and challenges facing the people they are leading or ministering to. How they deal with such issues can strongly affect their credibility and the spiritual growth of the people concerned. Therefore, developing good apologetic strategies is a highly relevant and significant part of ministry.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Course
  3. Introduction to Apologetics
  4. Is Apologetics Scriptural?
  5. Approaches to Apologetics
  6. History of Apologetics
  7. Worldviews & Apologetics
  8. How the Western Worldview is Changing
  9. Changing Views of Truth & Spirituality
  10. Responding to Current Trends
  11. A Practicing Apologist Interview: Bill Muehlenberg
  12. New Atheists & Christian Responses
  13. Issues in the New Atheism Debate
  14. Dialogues with Atheists
  15. Debates about God
  16. Evidence for God (1)
  17. Evidence for God (2)
  18. Objections to Belief in God
  19. Suffering & Evil (1)
  20. Suffering & Evil (2)
  21. Suffering & Evil (3)
  22. 10 Lessons from the Book of Job
  23. Your Target Audience
  24. Reaching NT Target Audiences
  25. Issues of Science, Faith & the Bible

About your instructor

Jon Newton 150 x 150 opt

Dr Jon Newton

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe. Dr Jon’s Ph D was gained at Deakin University (conferred 2007) with a thesis entitled “Postmodernism, Christianity and the Book of Revelation.” The author of two books: Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse (Paternoster 2009) and The Revelation Worldview (Wipf and Stock 2015). I also edited New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry for 21st Century Contexts (Mosaic 2013). I have also had a number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Australian Biblical Review, Colloquium, Heythrop Journal and Journal of Pentecostal Theology. I am the editor of the Journal of Contemporary Ministry. Currently, I am working on a commentary on Revelation for a new Pentecostal commentary series. My other main research interest is Australian Pentecostalism.

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Christians face apologetic issues that affect people on a daily basis. This course gives the key evidence and reasons for the Christian faith and develops clear and well-organised arguments for presenting the Christian faith.

All Christian leaders face apologetic issues as they try to meet the needs and challenges facing the people they are leading or ministering to. How they deal with such issues can strongly affect their credibility and the spiritual growth of the people concerned. Therefore, developing good apologetic strategies is a highly relevant and significant part of ministry.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Free Will, Miracles & Underlying Issues
  3. Creation & Evolution Defined
  4. Strengths & Weaknesses of Evolution
  5. Responding to Evolution
  6. The Nature and Origins of the Bible
  7. Evidence of the Reliability of the Bible
  8. Objections & Difficulties with the Bible
  9. More Objections and Difficulties
  10. Evidence for Jesus
  11. Jesus’ Identity
  12. Jesus & Salvation
  13. Evidence for the Resurrection
  14. Discrepancies in the Resurrection Narratives
  15. Other Explanations & Theories
  16. Final Issues about the Resurrection
  17. Other Religions
  18. Pluralism
  19. Strategies & Tactics in Apologetics (1)
  20. Strategies & Tactics in Apologetics (2)
  21. The Christian Church Negatives
  22. The Christian Church Positives
  23. Personal Experience & Apologetics (1)
  24. Personal Experience & Apologetics (2)

About your instructor

Jon Newton 150 x 150 opt

Dr Jon Newton

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe. Dr Jon’s Ph D was gained at Deakin University (conferred 2007) with a thesis entitled “Postmodernism, Christianity and the Book of Revelation.” The author of two books: Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse (Paternoster 2009) and The Revelation Worldview (Wipf and Stock 2015). I also edited New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry for 21st Century Contexts (Mosaic 2013). I have also had a number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Australian Biblical Review, Colloquium, Heythrop Journal and Journal of Pentecostal Theology. I am the editor of the Journal of Contemporary Ministry. Currently, I am working on a commentary on Revelation for a new Pentecostal commentary series. My other main research interest is Australian Pentecostalism.

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Preview Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence

By studying this course, you should develop a real feel for reading Scripture carefully, develop skills in exegesis and basic hermeneutics and learn how to wrestle with issues of translating Paul’s writings into a 21st century local church context.

The Corinthian correspondence is highly relevant to issues faced by the modern evangelical-pentecostal-charismatic minister, not just because of the discussion of spiritual gifts but because of other highly relevant issues to contemporary churches, such as leadership and status, sexual ethics and marriage, raising and handling money and managing disputes.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introducing this material
  3. Steps to good interpretation
  4. Ancient Corinth
  5. The Church at Corinth
  6. Ancient Letters
  7. Why Paul Wrote
  8. 1 Corinthians 1:1-9
  9. 1 Corinthians 1:10-17
  10. 1 Corinthians 1:18-31
  11. 1 Corinthians 2:1-5
  12. 1 Corinthians 2:6-16
  13. 1 Corinthians 3:1-15
  14. 1 Corinthians 3:16-23
  15. 1 Corinthians 4
  16. 1 Corinthians 5
  17. 1 Corinthians 6:1-11
  18. 1 Corinthians 6:12-20
  19. 1 Corinthians 7:1-16
  20. 1 Corinthians 7:17-40
  21. 1 Corinthians 8
  22. 1 Corinthians 9
  23. 1 Corinthians 10:1-13
  24. 1 Corinthians 10:14-11:1
  25. 1 Corinthians 11:1-16
  26. 1 Corinthians 11:17-34

About your instructor

Jon Newton 150 x 150 opt

Dr Jon Newton

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe. Dr Jon’s Ph D was gained at Deakin University (conferred 2007) with a thesis entitled “Postmodernism, Christianity and the Book of Revelation.” The author of two books: Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse (Paternoster 2009) and The Revelation Worldview (Wipf and Stock 2015). I also edited New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry for 21st Century Contexts (Mosaic 2013). I have also had a number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Australian Biblical Review, Colloquium, Heythrop Journal and Journal of Pentecostal Theology. I am the editor of the Journal of Contemporary Ministry. Currently, I am working on a commentary on Revelation for a new Pentecostal commentary series. My other main research interest is Australian Pentecostalism.

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By studying this course, you should develop a real feel for reading Scripture carefully, develop skills in exegesis and basic hermeneutics and learn how to wrestle with issues of translating Paul’s writings into a 21st century local church context.

The Corinthian correspondence is highly relevant to issues faced by the modern evangelical-pentecostal-charismatic minister, not just because of the discussion of spiritual gifts but because of other highly relevant issues to contemporary churches, such as leadership and status, sexual ethics and marriage, raising and handling money and managing disputes.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. 1 Corinthians 12:1-13
  3. 1 Corinthians 12:14-31
  4. 1 Corinthians 13
  5. 1 Corinthians 14:1-19
  6. 1 Corinthians 14:20-40
  7. 1 Corinthians 15:1-19
  8. 1 Corinthians 15:20-58
  9. 1 Corinthians 15 review
  10. 1 Corinthians 16
  11. 2 Corinthians: Occasion & Purpose
  12. 2 Corinthians 1
  13. 2 Corinthians 2
  14. 2 Corinthians 3
  15. 2 Corinthians 4
  16. 2 Corinthians 5
  17. 2 Corinthians 6
  18. 2 Corinthians 7
  19. 2 Corinthians 8
  20. 2 Corinthians 9
  21. 2 Corinthians 10
  22. 2 Corinthians 11
  23. 2 Corinthians 12
  24. 2 Corinthians 13
  25. Review & Conclusion

About your instructor

Jon Newton 150 x 150 opt

Dr Jon Newton

John is an Associate Professor at Alphacrucis College after serving for nine years at Harvest Bible College, most recently as Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research. His goal is to promote Christian higher education and missions, including training students for Asia and Europe. Dr Jon’s Ph D was gained at Deakin University (conferred 2007) with a thesis entitled “Postmodernism, Christianity and the Book of Revelation.” The author of two books: Revelation Reclaimed: The Use and Misuse of the Apocalypse (Paternoster 2009) and The Revelation Worldview (Wipf and Stock 2015). I also edited New Frontiers: Redefining Christian Ministry for 21st Century Contexts (Mosaic 2013). I have also had a number of articles published in peer-reviewed journals such as Australian Biblical Review, Colloquium, Heythrop Journal and Journal of Pentecostal Theology. I am the editor of the Journal of Contemporary Ministry. Currently, I am working on a commentary on Revelation for a new Pentecostal commentary series. My other main research interest is Australian Pentecostalism.

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Preview New Testament Exegesis

This course seeks to develop in students a greater skill in exegesis through the study of specific methods for studying the text and application of these methods to specific passages.

It builds on the simpler and less technical exegetical study in Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Introduction to Exegesis
  3. Important background issues
  4. Form analysis
  5. Source analysis
  6. Redaction analysis

About your instructor

Graham Holmon

Pastor Graham Holman

Graham has had extensive experience in teaching, pastoral work and training. He is skilled in teaching, training, leadership and administration developed there. His experience in church life and ministry developed alongside this and was first ordained as an Ephesians 4 Teacher with the Apostolic Church in the early 1980s and serves in a lay capacity as an Assistant Minister for some years in numbers of Apostolic Churches.

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This course seeks to develop in students a greater skill in exegesis through the study of specific methods for studying the text and application of these methods to specific passages.

The course is primarily focused on exegetical method with particular focus on the two main genres in the New Testament: Gospels and Letters.

It builds on the simpler and less technical exegetical study in Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Analysis of Pauline greetings
  3. Geographical analysis
  4. Historical & Socio-political analysis
  5. Literary analysis

About your instructor

Graham Holmon

Pastor Graham Holman

Graham has had extensive experience in teaching, pastoral work and training. He is skilled in teaching, training, leadership and administration developed there. His experience in church life and ministry developed alongside this and was first ordained as an Ephesians 4 Teacher with the Apostolic Church in the early 1980s and serves in a lay capacity as an Assistant Minister for some years in numbers of Apostolic Churches.

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This course seeks to develop in students a greater skill in exegesis through the study of specific methods for studying the text and application of these methods to specific passages.

It builds on the simpler and less technical exegetical study in Exegesis: Corinthian Correspondence

It gives a comparative analysis of Pauline letters plus a structural analysis of the form and topics integrated into Paul’s writings.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Literary analysis
  3. Rhetorical analysis
  4. Lexical analysis
  5. Narrative analysis
  6. Putting it together – the exegetical method
  7. Some examples

About your instructor

Graham Holmon

Pastor Graham Holman

Graham has had extensive experience in teaching, pastoral work and training. He is skilled in teaching, training, leadership and administration developed there. His experience in church life and ministry developed alongside this and was first ordained as an Ephesians 4 Teacher with the Apostolic Church in the early 1980s and serves in a lay capacity as an Assistant Minister for some years in numbers of Apostolic Churches.

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These course analyses the nature and content of ethics, and examines various approaches to ethics. It examines the biblical and non-biblical approaches to various ethical questions and controversies. It also discusses the nature and destiny of man, the meaning of being a divine image-bearer, and how personhood should be regarded in the light of the current ethical debates.

Curriculum Covered

  1. Course Description
  2. Historical Forms of Ethics
  3. What is Ethics?
  4. Historical Ethics (1)
  5. Historical Ethics (2)
  6. Worldview & Ethics
  7. Christian Ethics & the Bible
  8. Old Testament Ethics (1)
  9. Old Testament Ethics (2)
  10. New Testament Ethics
  11. In the World and not of it
  12. Christian Ethics & Government (1)
  13. Christian Ethics & Government (2)
  14. Christian Ethics & Government (3)
  15. War (1)
  16. War (2)
  17. War (3)
  18. Social Justice
  19. Justice & Punishment
  20. Justice & Capital Punishment
  21. The Bible & Wealth
  22. The Bible & Poverty
  23. The Poor You Will Always Have…
  24. Christian Business Ethics
  25. Sex
  26. Sex & Homosexuality
  27. Sex & Sexuality
  28. Technology

About your instructor

Grant Buchanan

Pastor Grant Buchanan

Prior to Bible teaching Grant served as full time pastor and school chaplain. Although a lecturer in theology and biblical studies with a focus on Pauline theology and the Gospels, Grant also operates as a professional counsellor and is working towards the completion of this Doctor of Philosophy by exploring a pneumatological reading of Galatians in light of 6:15 and the impact this has on Christian identify.

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  • 10 specifically designed courses
  • 243 lessons
  • 81 hours on-demand video
  • Certification
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on computer, mobile devices and TV
  • All learning resources, handouts and E-library at no extra cost
  • Personalised Certified Certificate of Completion

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Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics Requirements

  • Students should have completed the Advanced Certification of Bible and Theology
  • If you have relevant ministry experience or previous training then you can commence this qualification immediately. If you would like to course advice on this qualification please contact us on courseadvice@axx.global or book a phone call
  • The Licentiate of Exegesis and Apologetics requires a desire to do an in-depth study of the Bible.
  • Students should have a solid understanding of the concepts of the Bible, and Theology.
  • This qualification only requires a desire to learn about the deep truths of God and the Word.
  • A desire to understand how our understanding of God shapes our world and community today
  • An intellectual love of God and the Bible.
  • Learners are welcome to commence this qualification at any time
  • A computer, tablet or smartphone is required
  • No additional software is required
  • Internet connection is required
  • Lessons are presented in English

All assessment tasks must be completed to be certified

  • Learners are required to complete all video lessons
  • Each lesson has a short multiple choice quiz
  • There are no essays to be written in this qualification
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