T7283
The Self-Revealing God in Context

The unit The Self-revealing God in Context (CALD) is designed to provide students with an understanding of the nature, attributes, and creative work of the Triune God as this is made known to us through God’s self-revelation. It seeks to explore this understanding in the light of their cultural and religious context. It is an advanced unit and may form part of a major in the sub-discipline of Systematic Theology within the Discipline of Theology.

This unit is available only to candidates enrolled in the BTh and BMin (CALD Stream).

Study Level

Undergraduate

Discipline

Theology

Sub Discipline

Systematic Theology

Credit Points

9

Prerequisites

T7185 Christian Doctrines in Context (CALD)

Exclusions

T7213 The Self-Revealing God

Learning Outcomes

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

  1. Explore the major theological doctrines relevant to this unit
  2. Explain the ways the Church has understood the interaction between the self-revealing God and creation
  3. Analyse the writing of relevant theological thinkers and their texts
  4. Use appropriate methods of theological reflection to examine key doctrines of the Triune God and God’s self-revelation
  5. Apply insights from their study to Christian life and ministry within their particular context.
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