TECU Student Forum

Equipping the “called” of Christ!

This page is set aside for the use of TECU Students to share their thoughts, their epiphanies, ask questions, seek help, and give help and support.

We will not separate the forum into disciplines or degree levels, let us lift one another in Christ as part of the same “body”.

Simply make your post in the area below for “comments” these comments will be accessible and seen by other students, alumni, faculty, and staff of TECU. Feel free to add your thoughts as a response to other’s comments as you look for responses to yours.

Note: use of this page assumes you are willing to abide by the rules of conduct for UNTCI and it’s ministries. All commentary and posts here are subject to the Academic Honor Rules of TECU additionally and is monitored by Faculty and Staff of both UNTCI and TECU.

7 thoughts on “TECU Student Forum

  1. Students,
    As you make your posts, your name (as you are signed in) will be displayed with your post.
    It may be helpful to include the discipline you are studying and which text you are in, as a reference to those who might be inclined to help.
    You can include additional contact information for further discussion via a different means, but you do this at your own risk…remember this forum is PUBLIC.

  2. “We explain justification simply as the acceptance with which God receives us into His favour as righteous men. And we say that it consists in the remission of sins and the imputation of Christ’s righteousness.” – John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, 3:11:2.

    Martin Luther
    “This one and firm rock, which we call the doctrine of justification is the chief article of the whole Christian doctrine, which comprehends the understanding of all godliness… if this article stands, the Church stands; if it falls, the Church falls.” – Martin Luther, Commentary on Galatians, 1538.

  3. I am looking forward to the live podcasts via Facebook and how that format will support TECU’s efforts.

  4. The Live Podcast Teaching of “The Theology of Paul” by James D.G. Dunn is open to all every Friday Morning at 9 AM (US Central)
    on the Seminary’s Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/tecu-alumni
    With Prof Fred Akello (TECU, Bondo Campus) lecturing.
    Students that complete the course to standards, that register their intent with Prof. Akello via email can earn a Certificate of Completion and credit toward the TECU Oxford Method Master of Divinity Degree.

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