T7217
Christian Anthropology and Grace

The unit Christian Anthropology and Grace seeks to provide students with a theological understanding of the human person and the ability to relate Christian anthropology to the theology of grace.  It enables students to begin to integrate their prior theological learning into a coherent framework based on a Christian vision of human persons and their orientation to the divine life.

Study Level

Undergraduate

Discipline

Theology

Sub Discipline

Systematic Theology

Credit Points

9

Prerequisites

T7210 The Person and Work of Christ

Exclusions

Nil

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this unit students will be able to:

  1. Articulate the key features of the debates on grace and anthropology that have occurred in Christian history;
  2. Identify the interdependence of Christian anthropology and the theology of divine grace;
  3. Integrate the key elements of Christian anthropology and the theology of grace with each other and with broader philosophical and scientific views of the human person;
  4. Analyse and critique recent ecumenical dialogue on Christian anthropology and grace; and,
  5. Apply the theology of the human person and grace to the dynamics of personal, cultural, and social transformation.
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