T9631
Major Questions in Christology

This postgraduate unit  builds upon prior theological learning via a study of significant questions in Christology. It has content pertinent to the specific focus. For example, the relevance of Historical Jesus studies for theology, a specific theologian’s Christological writings, questions around the consciousness of Christ, and political Christology.

Study Level

Postgraduate

Discipline

Theology

Credit Points

9

Prerequisites

T7231 The Person and Work of Christ or T8531 Christology and soteriology or equivalent.

Learning Outcomes

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

  1. thoroughly understand the social and cultural forces that give rise to major questions in Christology
  2. discern at an advanced level the philosophical and anthropological complexion/underpinnings of major questions in Christology
  3. demonstrate intimate familiarity with a range of advanced theological/philosophical literature that is pertinent to major questions in Christology
  4. employ their understanding of major question in Christology to contribute to current debates in theology
  5. produce graduate-level research that is focussed on a major question in Christology that demonstrates advanced analytical skills
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