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Qualification AwardedΠΤΥΧΙΟ ΘΕΟΛΟΓΙΑΣ (Ptychio Theologias)(Degree in Theology)
Programme of StudyAnamorfōméno PPS Tmīmatos THeologías (2020)
Cycle / Level1st / Undergraduate
Academic Year2020 - 2021
ECTS / WorkloadOne ECTS unit corresponds to 25 hours of workload.

Courses of the 1st semester

1st semester
9 classes
101Ancient Greek 6COR
104Introduction to the Old Testament and Biblical Hebrew Language 5COR
106Introduction to the Study and the Methodology of Theology4COR
107New Testament I: Introduction, History and Culture of the New Testament period6COR
109Ecclesiastical History Ι6COR
ΑΓ1Εnglish for Theological studies Ι3FL
ΓΑ1French Language (1st semester)3FL
ΓΕ1German Language (1st semester)3FL
ΕΛ1Modern Greek Language 1st semester3FL

Courses of the 2nd semester

2nd semester
10 classes
202History and Literature of the Greek Orthodox Church5COR
203Byzantine Archaeology 4COR
205History of Philosophy4COR
208Theory and methodology in the study of religion(s) of the ancient and current world5COR
209Ecclesiastical Literature and Paternal Interpretation5COR
1807The Institution of Royalty in biblical Israel3ELC
ΑΓ2English for Theological studies ΙΙ3FL
ΓΑ2French Language (2nd semester)3FL
ΓΕ2German Language (2nd semester)3FL
ΕΛ2Modern Greek Language 2nd semester3FL

Courses of the 3rd semester

3rd semester
5 classes
201Interpretation of the historical books of the old Testament from the Septuagint Text3COR
302History of Slavic Orthodox Churches 5COR
303Introduction to the Patristic Literature and Hagiology 5COR
306Sociology and Sociology of Education6COR
307Ecclesiastical History ΙΙ6COR

Courses of the 4th semester

4th semester
6 classes
301Interpretation of Interpretation of the Poetical and Prophetical Books of the Old Testament from the Septuagint Text4COR
402Ecclesiastical Literature with Emphasis to the Latin Fathers6COR
403Church Literature and Fathers Interpretation5COR
405Sociology of Religion3COR
406New Testament II: Interpretation of the Gospels 5COR
407Fundamental Issues of Education Sciences6COR

Courses of the 5th semester

5th semester
4 classes
503Liturgical Theology 6COR
504 Pastoral Theology 4COR
506New Testament III: Interpretation of the New Testament Epistles4COR
601World Religions4COR

Courses of the 6th semester

6th semester
6 classes
602Ecclesiastical Literature of the Slavs5COR
604Sociology of Christianity4COR
605Interreligious Dialogue3COR
606The Ecumenical Movement5COR
609THeōríes Máthīsīs stī Didaktikī tou Mathīmatos tōn THrīskeutikṓn kai TPE [PPDE]6COR

Courses of the 7th semester

7th semester
6 classes
507Dogmatics I.: History of Orthodox Theology and Spirituality and Symbolic Theology5COR
704Catechism and Christian Education 6COR
705 Introduction to Ethics4COR
706Old Testament Theology4COR
707Dogmatics II. Exposition of orthodox faith and introduction to the theological gnosiology 5COR
2099Teacher Training in Religious Education Instruction 6ELC

Courses of the 8th semester

8th semester
5 classes
802Canon and Ecclesiastical Law6COR
806New Testament IV: New Testament Theology5COR
807Social Theory of modern culture5COR
808Christian Ethics and Bioethics5COR
9999Practical Training / Intership6ELC

Courses of the Winter semester

Winter semester
36 classes
1111The theology of saint Cyprian of Carthage3ELC
1187Sources and institutions of Canon and Ecclesiastical law3ELC
1409Greek Paleography and textual criticism3ELC
1504Russian spirituality3ELC
2032Digital Preservation of Culture Heritage - Webpages Construction3ELC
2042Worship and Ecology3ELC
2109Theological issues from the epistles of the New Testament (The Apostles Peter and Paul in the canonical and non canonical chrisrtian texts)3ELC
2140Society, Religion and Law3ELC
2144The theology of icons and the modern world3ELC
2160Theology and cinema. A love as mighty as death. The sacredness and eroticism with a particular emphasis on the Orthodox tradition3ELC
2167Mont Athos: Historical elements, organization of monastic life, holy monasteries, architecture, monumental painting and artifacts.3ELC
2174Contemporary Bioethical views and Christian anthropology3ELC
2199The Interpretation of the New Testament in the 21st century3ELC
2200Modern Science and Orthodox Theology3ELC
2201Christian Gnosticism and the Epistles of the New Testament3ELC
2205Saint Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessaloniki and his Homilies « In favor of the Holy Hesychasts »3ELC
2211Religion and Politics in the Balkans of the 20th Century: the Relations between the Church and the Politics from the Establishment of Yugoslavia (19183ELC
2218Contemporary Trends in Mission3ELC
2223Religious Education at State School as a Subject of Formation, Culture and Inspiration3ELC
2230Theoretical frameworks for the study of "myth" in the contemporary study of religion3ELC
2235Ways in the hymnological odes of Theology:The Romanos Melodos example.3ELC
2236Subjects of Ecclesiology3ELC
2237Christians in contemporary pluralistic and multi-religious societies. Ecumenical and canonical approaches.3ELC
2245Society, Religion and culture in Contemporary Social Theory3ELC
2246Digital Humanites3ELC
2247Introduction, research and methodology in the History and Literature of the Church of Greece3ELC
2251Monasticism and Secret Tradition in the Orthodox Slavic World. History and evolution3ELC
2252Aspects of Slavic Orthodoxy: From the Holy Enlighteners to the Holy Sovereigns of the Slavic World3ELC
2254 Church - State relations3ELC
2255The Mother of God in the patristic literature and orthodox Tradition3ELC
2257Confrontation of Ethnarchy and Nation3ELC
2258Joachim III’, Meletios Metaxakis and their era3ELC
2259Introduction to the Art of Hagiography (4th - 20th century)3ELC
2261The Holy Great Church of Christ: Pages of Patriarchal History3ELC
7777Modern Hebrew (A1).13ELC
7779Modern Hebrew (A2)3ELC

Courses of the Spring semester

Spring semester
36 classes
954Theological currents in Ottoman Empire 3ELC
1069ΧChristian Monumental topography of Thessaloniki (4th - 14th century)3ELC
1692Slavic Hagiology3ELC
2014Theriomorphic understanding of the evil in the New Testament 3ELC
2050The conversion to Christianity during the first centuries: From St. Paul to St. Augustine3ELC
2062Western orthodox spirituality3ELC
2073Marriage and Family Counseling3ELC
2074Religion, identity and politics in the modern word.3ELC
2085And my finger, Christ and the glans": Sacrednees and the erotic dimension of the body in the orthodox tradition 3ELC
2089Unceasing Worship and the book of Psalms3ELC
2114Iconoclasm: History - Art3ELC
2129Religious Exclusivism and the Concept of Christian Monotheism3ELC
2132Theodicy and the problem of evil3ELC
2152Issues of the History of the Church in Greece during the first five decades of the 20th century3ELC
2169Biblical Hebrew language and culture3ELC
2178Informatics Components: Cybernetics, Robotics & Biotechnology - Graphical representation of Information3ELC
2183Theological issues from the New Testament (Historical Jesus, Pauline Theology)3ELC
2188Hymn, Melody and Ikon in our Liturgical Tradition3ELC
2196Pastoral Theology and Scientific Ethics3ELC
2214The role of the woman in the Orthodox Church3ELC
2215ReligiReligion and Society in Second Modernity: Social inequality, climate change, Peace, Violence and Politics3ELC
2229The Relationship between God and the Israel people in History3ELC
2231Theoretical frameworks for the study of "magic" in the contemporary study of religion3ELC
2233Between Polemics and Dialogue. Christianity and Islam3ELC
2238Churches and Religions in the international political scene3ELC
2239Canon law, religious freedom and human rights3ELC
2241Applications of Pedagogical Psychology in Orthodox Christian Education.3ELC
2242Experiential teaching methods in catechism 3ELC
2244Orthodox Theology, Religious Education and Public Sphere3ELC
2249Hagiography on Paper. From manuscript to edition.3ELC
2250Sainthood and Art3ELC
2253Orthodoxy in the World of Southeast Europe and Russia: Ecclesiastical Life, Theological Currents, Popular Culture3ELC
2263Greek state and monastic property3ELC
2265Mount Athos, Μonastic Centers and Pilgrimages of the Orthodox East3ELC
7778Modern Hebrew (A1).23ELC
7780Modern Hebrew (A2.2)3ELC