Tuesday, July 12, 2016

III. New Testament Christology: The Christology of the Synoptic Gospels

click here: CHRISTOLOGY OF LUKE-ACTS (uploaded 7.26.16; print-out to be provided in class)
or You may also use the outline of your classmate Paulo Nazareno (photos below):



Since this was part of the Synoptics classes (1 and 2), it will not be discussed in class except  LUKE-ACTS and on some current issues. Instead, you have an assignment on this:

Assignment no. 4:
Make  (handwritten, please) a detailed outline of either the Christology of Mark, Matthew or Luke as presented in the introductions in commentaries. Choose, of course, a good and scholarly commentary. The more specifications you mention in your paper, the better.

Due: July 20, 2016. Class time.

Here's an outline of the christologies of Paul, Mark, Matthew and Luke (from the audio lecture of Fr. R. Ryan, CP). Link here (print out to be provided).

Some current issues related to Christology to be considered (cf. hand-out)

1. Corrective Christology in Mark

2. Imperative-Indicative  in Matthew's Soteriology

3. Conception Christology

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Fr. Randy teaches theology & biblical courses and Biblical Hebrew at the Divine Word Seminary, school of theology, Tagaytay City. He holds a doctorate from the Ateneo de Manila University (Ph.D., 2015) and from the Loyola School of Theology (S.T.D., 2014). He finished his licentiate in Sacred Scripture (SSL, 1999) at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. He is a visiting professor for the School of Christian Studies at the University of St. Joseph in Macau, China. He served as president of the Catholic Biblical Association of the Philippines (CBAP); as chairperson of the Tagaytay Religious Association (TRA) and was Dean of Studies (Divine Word Seminary). He is also co-editor for the Diwa: Studies in Philosophy and Theology; founder of the Certificate in Theological Studies (CTS) at the Divine Word Seminary; founder and site coordinator of the SVD Tagaytay Alternative Learning System (SVD-ALS), an educational program for the out-of-school youth.