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




Sub Discipline

Systematic Theology

Credit Points



T7210 The Person and Work of Christ



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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