This unit will engage with the meaning and significance of central theological themes within the context of a secularising and pluralistic culture. Themes will include: the nature and task of theology; the mystery of God as Trinity; the ministry and mission of Jesus of Nazareth; Revelation, Faith, Tradition and Reason; the Christian understanding of the human person and our destiny; historical and theological understanding of the Church, with particular emphasis on developments in the Church’s self-understanding during the Second Vatican Council through to today. These topics will be explored within the comprehensive worldview of creation and salvation upheld by the Catholic tradition.
Unit Code: CT9013C
Unit Level: Postgraduate Elective
Unit Discipline: Systematic Theology
Delivery Mode: Face to Face
Proposing College: Catholic Theological CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Identify ways in which the Catholic theological tradition speaks to the search for meaning in today’s world.
Explain and illustrate an historically and theologically informed understanding of key topics of Catholic faith within the ongoing practice of the church’s tradition
Apply a critically informed account of Catholic faith to the context of an increasingly pluralistic and nonreligious Australian society.
Develop a critically informed account of selected theological themes that engages with the sources and methodologies of the Catholic theological tradition and communicates to people of the contemporary world.
Option A: Learners will engage with weekly lecture input, directed reading activities, facilitated peer discussions, electronic resources, and formative feedback to achieve the learning outcomes. Option B: Learners will engage in intensive mode with lecture input, directed reading activities, facilitated peer discussion, electronic resources and formative feedback, to achieve the learning outcomes. Option C: Learners will engage in mixed-mode learning through 36 engagement hours (24 hours on-campus mode plus 12 hours online mode), directed reading activities, personal study through electronic resources and assessment tasks, to achieve the learning outcomes.
Annotated Bibliography 1,000 words
Portfolio 2,000 words
Essay 3,000 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 4 Sep, 2018
Unit Record last updated: 2019-04-26 12:18:07 +1000