Liturgics

Unit code: DP3013L

Description

This unit examines the historical origins and development of the divine service, noting along the way its multiple connections to various Christian traditions and their interplay with culture, music, and the arts; the unique character of Australian Lutheranism and connections with Australian society being one particular focus. The unit analyses the services of the Church, as a whole and in their parts, considering scriptural foundations, ritual order, theological function, and liturgical enactment. Throughout the unit there is reference to, and use of, the various worship resources of the Lutheran Church of Australia with an aim to informed and confident preparation for the celebration of the church's liturgy.

Discipline

Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies

Study level

  • Bachelor Level 3

Alternative study level

  • Bachelor Level 2

Prerequisites

  • At least 36 points in Field D is desirable

Staff

Details

Credit points: 18

Available in 2019

  • Semester 1: Classroom-based

Unit updated: 12/02/2019 10:26am