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Welcome to NTC online NTC Online is an exciting new initiative, designed for persons who have an interest…

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Welcome to NTC online

NTC Online is an exciting new initiative, designed for persons who have an interest in learning more about the Bible, theology, church history, or ministry, but do not have the time, nor the need, to pursue a degree-level qualification*.

Delivered by our own NTC Faculty, NTC online provides an opportunity for learning wherever you are and at your own pace. These video-based courses will inspire, challenge and deepen your faith and understanding. *These are not credit-bearing courses for degree level study.

There are two courses currently available, Church History or Reading the Bible, see below for more details and enjoy learning with NTC online.

Undergraduate online open evening
Tue Dec 8 2020 20:00
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Videoconference
FREE

Welcome to the NTC Online Open Day! All over the world people are asking big questions about life,…

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Welcome to the NTC Online Open Day!

All over the world people are asking big questions about life, faith and the world.

The challenges and adjustments of life have reminded us all of the fragility of life but raised deeper questions about its meaning and purpose.  Saint Anselm of Canterbury (1033–1109) defined the pursuit of theology as faith seeking understanding. The meaning of life, and its rootedness in God, is a life journey to be explored with other travelling companions. NTC is a community of faith that explores life and faith together through rigorous thinking, spiritual formation and practical action. Want to discover more? We invite you to join our online open day.

Postgraduate online open evening
Wed Dec 9 2020 20:00
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Videoconference
FREE

Welcome to the NTC Online Open Day! All over the world people are asking big questions about life,…

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Welcome to the NTC Online Open Day!

All over the world people are asking big questions about life, faith and the world.

The challenges and adjustments of life have reminded us all of the fragility of life but raised deeper questions about its meaning and purpose.  Saint Anselm of Canterbury (1033–1109) defined the pursuit of theology as faith seeking understanding. The meaning of life, and its rootedness in God, is a life journey to be explored with other travelling companions. NTC is a community of faith that explores life and faith together through rigorous thinking, spiritual formation and practical action. Want to discover more? We invite you to join our online open day.

Resilient Discipleship: The Call to Christian Spirituality in Urban Contexts
Sat Jan 9 2021 9:00
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From £270

This unit explores the nature and call of Christian discipleship as a core motif to sustaining life and…

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This unit explores the nature and call of Christian discipleship as a core motif to sustaining life and ministry in complex urban contexts. What are the biblical, theological and practical frameworks that can be discerned for faithful, resilient and relevant urban engagement as Christ-followers? How can Christian discipleship inform and inspire our spirituality, leadership practices and vision for God’s in-breaking, new urban world?

This unit focuses on the specific connections between spirituality, mission and discipleship and the challenges faced by people involved in mission in urban, global cultures. Designed to be delivered in different urban settings, it is concerned with understanding the presence of God outside the church and in unusual places, but able to take Jesus more seriously in personal, communal and public ways. A central concern of this unit is the dualistic framework (sacred/secular) for understanding the experience and activity of God. This unit seeks to address this directly through helping the student to reconceive his/her relationship to God and the world in more resilient, biblical and holistic ways. This unit will also explore the nature and character of sustainable discipleship in relation to contemporary cultural situations and alternative religions and world views.

Theology and Models of Evangelism
Mon Jan 25 2021 0:00
Jan 29 2020 Add to calendar
videoconference
From £90

Interested in finding creative and practical ways to share the good news of Jesus in a post Christian…

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Interested in finding creative and practical ways to share the good news of Jesus in a post Christian context?
This course provides an examination of holistic approaches to evangelism, and a critical reflection on the Church’s approaches to evangelism. You will explore contemporary expressions of evangelism in the light of a robust Christian understanding of the gospel, and post-Christian 21st century Britain.