(Units: 1. General Introduction to the Bible; 2. Inspiration of the Bible; 3. Canon of the Bible; 4. The Texts of the Bible; 5. Translations of the Bible; 6. Interpretations of Bible and documents of the catholic church; 7. Rules of /for Interpretation; 8. Bible in the life of the church)

(Units: 1. Introduction; 2. History of the People of Israel; 3. The Golden Period; 4. Authorship and documentary theories; 5. The Fertile Crescent and Geography; 6. The Old Testament and the Literatures of the Other Religions; 7. Divisions of the books of the Old Testament)

(Units: 1. Background and Basic Information; 2. Creation Narratives (Gen 1-2) 3. Sin and Punishment (Gen 3)- increase of Sin (Gen 4-11); 4. Abraham father of Faith; 5. Isaac Narratives; 6. Jacob father of Israel; 7. Joseph story; 8. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book).

(Units: 1. Background and Basic Introduction; 2. Presence of Israelites in Egypt 3. The Call of Moses; 4. Exodus from Egypt; 5. Paschal Event; 6. The Covenant; 7. Journey in the wilderness; 8. Law Codes and Ten Commandments; 9. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book)

(Units: 1. Introduction to the Books; 2. The Book of Joshua; 3. The Character of Joshua; 4. The Book of Judges and Ruth; 5. Some of the Salient Characters (Deborah, Gideon, Samson, Ruth); 6. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book).

(Units: 1. Prophetic Movements in General; 2. Prophets in Israel; 3. Monarchy and the Prophets; 4. Former Prophets (Samuel, Nathan, Elijah and Elisha); 5. Theological and inspirational messages)

(Units: 1. Biblical History of the Old Testament; 2. Emergence of Monarchy; 3. Kingship in Israel; 4. The United Kingdom in Israel (Saul, David and Solomon); 5. The Divided Kingdoms(Judea and Israel); 6. The Two Exiles (Assyrian and Babylonian Exiles); 7. Return and Second Temple Period; 8. Diaspora; 9. Theological and inspirational messages).

(Units: 1. Introduction to Minor Prophets; 2. Amos; 3. Hosea and Micah; 4. Nahum and Habakkuk; 5. Zephaniah and Haggai; 6. Zechariah and Malachi; 7. Obadiah, Joel and Jonah; 8.Theological and inspirational messages of the Books.).

(Units: 1. Introducing the Major Prophets; 2. Isaiah (Proto, Deutero and Trito Isaiah); 3.Jeremiah (Symbolic Acts and Confessions); 4. Ezekiel (Visions, Shepherds, New Heart and New Spirit); 5. Daniel and Apocalyptical literature of the Old Testament; 6. Theological and inspirational messages of the Books).

(Units: 1. Introduction to the Book (Name, Numbering, Division, Author and Time/s); 2. Types of Psalms; 3. Hebrew Poetry in Psalms; 4. Theological and inspirational messages of the Books; 5. Psalms in the Christian Traditions; 6. Psalms hard to understand; 7. Praying the Psalms)

(Units: 1. Introduction and Background 2. Wisdom Movement in Israel; 3. Aim of Wisdom Literatures; 4. Literary Forms; 4. Book of Proverbs; 5. Job; 6. Qoheleth; 7. Wisdom of Sirach; 8.Wisdom of Solomon; 9. Song of Songs; 10. Theological and inspirational messages of the Books)

(Units: 1. Formation of the New Testament (Language, Authorship and Time of the New Testament books, Why four gospel?, Cannon of the New Testament ); 2. Palestine - The Land of Jesus; 3. Seasons in Palestine; 4. Political Background of the time of Jesus; 5. Religious Background of the time of Jesus; 6. Social Background of the time of Jesus; 7. Division of the Books of New Testament).

(Units: 1. Synoptic Problem; 2. Solutions attempted; 3. Background to the Gospel of Mark; 4.Structure of Mark's Gospel; 5. Literary Characteristics of Mark; 6. Main themes of Gospel of Mark; 7. Jesus Christ according to Mark; 8. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book)

(Units: 1. Basic Introduction; 2. Structure of the Gospel into five books; 3. Basic Introduction to Infancy Narratives; 4. The Literary form and Christology of Infancy Narrative; 5. Infancy Narrative according to Gospel of Mathew; 5.1 The genealogy; 5.2. Annunciation to Joseph, 5.3 Magi and flight to Egypt; 6. The Proclamation of the Kingdom of God; 7. The Mission of the Kingdom; 8. The Nature of the Kingdom; 9. The Structure of the Kingdom; 10. The Coming of 3 the Kingdom; 11. Jesus Christ according to Mathew; 12. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book)

(Units: 1. Basic Introduction; 2. Structure of the Gospel; 3. Infancy Narrative according to Gospel of Luke; 3.1. Annunciations to Zechariah and Mary; 3.2 Visitation 3.3. Magnificat and Benedictus; 3.4 Birth of Jesus; 3.5 Presentation and Growth of Jesus; 4. Themes of the Gospel (Universalism, Women, Poor, Social Justice, Mercy and Forgiveness, Healing, Prayer, Holy Spirit, Joy, Discipleship); 5. Jesus Christ according to Luke; 6. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book.).

(Units: 1. Basic Introduction (Historical context, Purpose, Date and Authorship); 2. Synoptic Gospels and Gospel of John; 3. Literary Characteristics; 4. Structure of the Gospel; 5. Book of Signs; 6. Book of Glory; 7. Prologue, "I am" statements, Priestly Prayer and Holy Spirit in John's Gospel; 8. Jesus Christ according to John; 9. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book).

(Units: 1. The Context of Passion Narratives in the Gospels; 2. Mark's Gospel and Passion Narratives; 3. Specificity of Matthean Passion Narratives; 4. Salient features of Lukan Passion Narratives, 5. Johannine theology of Passion Narratives; 6. Passion Narratives in Four parts: 6.1. Jesus' Prayer and arrest; 6.2. Jesus before Jewish Authorities; 6.3. Jesus before Pilate, the Roman Governor; 6.4. Crucifixion, death and burial of Jesus 7. Theological and inspirational messages)

(Units: 1. Basic Introduction to Parables; 2. Role of Parables in the Mission of Jesus; 3. Parables and the Kingdom of God; 4. Parables for Just Society; 5. Interpreting Parables Today; 6.Background and Understanding Miracles; 7. Role of Miracles in the Life of Jesus; 8. Study of Some Significant Miracles; 9. Interpreting Miracles Today)

(Units: 1. Background Information to the Book; 2. Luke and Acts Relationship; 3. Acts as History and Theology; 4. Structure of Acts; 5. Witnesses in Jerusalem (Acts 1:1 - 8:3); 6.Witnesses in Judea and Samaria (Acts 8:4-12:25); 7. Witnesses to the Ends of the Earth (Acts 13-28); 8. Jewish Mission (Peter and others) and Gentile Mission (Paul and his companions) in Acts; 9. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book).

(Units: 1. Socio, political and religious world of Paul's time / urban mission / Urban Christianity; 2. Paul and the Early Churches; 3. Letter writing in the First Century AD; 4. Pauline Letters - Background and Classifications; 5. Brief Introduction to all letters of Paul; 6. Short Pauline Letters / Minor letters of Paul; 7. Theological and inspirational messages of Pauline letters.

(Units: 1. Letter to the Galatians; 1.1. Paul and Galatia; 1.2. Acts and Galatians; 1.3. Problem/s and Opponents of Galatians; 1.4. Structure of Galatians; 1.5 Main arguments of Galatians; 1.6. Theological and inspirational messages of the letter. 2. Letter to the Romans; 2.1 Paul's Relationship with Roman Church; 2.2. Reason for the Letter; 2.3. Structure of the Letter; 2.4. Main Theological Arguments of Romans; 2.5. Contribution of Romans to Christian Theology.)

(Units: 1. 1Corinthians; 1.1. Paul and the Church in Corinth; 1.2. Social and Religious Setting of Corinth; 1.3. The Situation of Corinthian Church at the time of writing this letter; 1.4. Structure of the Letter; 1.5. The Important themes of the letter; 2. Second Letter to the Corinthians; 2.1 Events after the 1Cor; 2.2. Situation of the Corinthian Church at the Time of Writing 2Cor; 2.3. Structure and the Arguments of Paul in 2Cor; 2.4. Theological, Pastoral, socio-political and inspirational messages of both the letters.)

(Units: 1. Letter to the Hebrews; 1.1. Literary Style and the Authorship; 1.2. The structure and the theological arguments of Hebrews; 2. Introduction to Catholic Letters; 2.1. Letter of James; 2.2. 1 Peter and 2 Peter; 2.3. The Johannine Letters; 2.4. Letter of Jude; 2.5 Theological and inspirational messages of these letters).

(Units: 1. Background Information for the book (Authorship, Date, Context and Need of the Book); 2. Literary form of Revelation; 3. Note on Interpreting this Book; 4. Structure of the Book; 5. Main Passages and the Message of the Book; 6. Relevance of this Book Today; 7.Liturgical Relevance of this book; 8. Theological and inspirational messages of the Book.)