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Department of Theology

Department of Theology

Academic program that one needs to continue even after completing full course of study

Location : Theology Hall Tel : 02-3399-1513 Fax : 02-3399-3018 Email : syutheology@syu.ac.kr

Introduction of Department

In 1906, Uimyung School was built in Soonahn and started its education to cultivate missionary workers. Uimyung School began its affiliation with Department of Theology, Sahmyook University. The department grew with Sahmyook University during last 105 Of history as of today. Theology department offers education for the integration of faith and learning as they aim for holistic education of the intellect, the body, and the spirit. The holistic education is necessary to produce professional ministers who will serve God to expand God's country, and the hope for a human society. Theology department also helps its students to develop dedicated personality, which is essential for leaders of this modern society and leads students to develop a wide range of cultural knowledge. The Theology department teaches practical courses that will encourage students to lead successful ministry and missionary work. The major courses of study in this department are language courses such as The Theological English, Greek, and Hebrew, the Old Testament such as Laws, Prophets, and The Historical Books, the New Testament such as The Life and Teaching of Jesus, Pauline Epistles, and Acts of the Apostles, Systematic Theology such as Christian Ethics and Soteriology, and Church History such as History of Christianity and SDA Church History, Pastoral Theology, Preaching Methods, Worship, Evangelism, and Practice.

Educational Objectives and Purpose

Department of Theology seeks well- balanced development of the intellect, the body, and the spirit to cultivate professional missionary workers. Thus, the department provides holistic education and religious education based on the Bible, education to cultivate professionals with knowledge and spiritual actions, education for missionary workers to save the spirit of humanity, and service geared education to save society.

Vision and Career

The vision of Theology department is to cultivate professional ministers, who will lead the hopeful world by changing the 21st century through Christian beliefs and insight. After students graduate from this department, students can become pastors, employees of church institutions, middle school teachers (level 2), missionary workers, ministers of Christian culture, and ministers of various special evangelistic institutions.