Engaging with a breadth of biblical and theological sources, students will develop their perspectives upon vocation and calling within the contexts of creation, culture, and God’s action in the world. In like manner, students will consider the domains in which vocation is expressed – including work, home, community, family, and leisure.
Critically engage with key Bible texts as well as classical and contemporary theological perspectives pertaining to calling and vocation
Critically examine perspectives of work and human activity in the contexts of creation, culture and God’s actions in the world
Articulate a biblically and theologically-informed understanding of calling and vocation in relation to the domains considered
Prohibited combinations DA1001W Living the Faith
Lectures, seminars, tutorials.
1,000-word tutorial paper
500-word interview report
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 28 Jul, 2016
Unit Record last updated: 2019-02-21 12:20:58 +1100