Christian Faith in Modern Context

Unit code: CT8002L

Description

In the unit students examine and reflect on the basic teachings of the Christian faith from a Lutheran theological perspective. Broadly speaking, this process involves students in investigating the meaning and significance of the theology linked to each of the three articles of the Apostles Creed. This is done with reference to the contemporary context in which students do theology, with particular attention being given to confessing faith in Christ in the face of modern science, environmental concerns, religious pluralism and other challenges. Students also examine and reflect on the key processes and sources for doing theology today. The theological focus in the unit is Lutheran with a Christological emphasis, and using an approach which invites students to consider other theological perspectives in the light of a Lutheran position.

Discipline

Systematic Theology

Study level

  • Graduate

Prerequisites

  • Nil

Prohibited combinations

  • CT9004L Theological Foundations for Educators

Staff

Details

Credit points: 15

Available in 2018

  • Semester 2: Online; optional workshop (SA)

Extra information:

Optional workshops are available in some study periods. Dates and details are advised in the current Higher Education Workshop Calendar published on the calendars and timetables page.

Unit updated: 31/10/2017 11:23am