This unit is the second of a sequence of two that orients early-stage theology students to Christian Theological concepts. A variety of Christian belief systems and views surveyed with attention given to their social context and historical development. Students are invited to examine their own belief systems and appreciate how past and present contexts have combined to shape them. This second unit will examine a variety of Christian theological perspectives on such topics as: 1. Humanity 2. Sin and Evil 3. The person and work of Christ 4. Salvation and atonement 5. The person of the Holy Spirit, 6. Church 7. Eschatological Perspectives
Explain several central themes in the discipline of theology
Recognise the historical development and the impact of social context upon various theological perspectives
Demonstrate developing skills in reading, reasoning and the critical evaluation of theological arguments
Differentiate some important influences in their own approach to theology
This unit is second in a sequence of two units (CT0151W, CT0152W) that together serve as an introduction and survey of Christian theology. CT0151W is to be completed as a pre-requisite for CT0152W.
Lectures, seminars, tutorials.
When incorporated into the NEXT program, delivery strategy will also utilise field trips and excursions to provide students with the opportunity to explore theological concepts in diverse contexts and settings.
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Other Assessment Task: Quiz + Short Answer Test 20 mins = 750 words
Written Assessment Task 750 words
Written Assessment Task 1500 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 27 Sep, 2019
Unit Record last updated: 2019-10-16 09:47:41 +1100