The Triune God and Revelation

This postgraduate unit builds on the knowledge and skills learned in the introductory unit in theology. It prepares for more specialised study at higher levels through a study of the nature, attributes and creative work of the Triune God as this is made known to us through his self-revelation. It includes theological methodology, the self-revealing God, the holy Trinity, the nature and attributes of God, God the creator, and God the governor: providence and the problem of evil.

Study Level




Credit Points



T8505 Basic Christian Doctrines.

Learning Outcomes

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

  1. demonstrate a sound knowledge of the literature and the major theological doctrines (Revelation, Trinity, God the Father, Creation, Providence) relevant to this unit
  2. demonstrate a critical awareness of the ways that the Church has understood the interaction between the self-revealing God and creation
  3. critically analyse a range of primary and secondary literature dealing with God’s self-revelation and his interaction with creation
  4. critically evaluate key issues arising from their study of God’s self-revelation in the light of our contemporary cultural and religious setting
  5. synthesise this knowledge and apply it to pastoral situations arising within their ministry setting
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