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Foundations for Theological Study

Featured unit in Semester 1, 2021

In this unit students will be introduced to the study of theology by examining the engaged processes in which belief is formed. To believe something particular is not to believe everything in general. Christian doctrinal claims have often emerged out of the refusal to believe some-thing or some-one. This process of discernment is, therefore, at the heart of the ongoing theological task. Through an engagement with critical theological traditions, students will examine the ways in which Christians have practiced their belief and their disbelief as integral to discipleship.

College Trinity College Theological School
Lecturer Dr Scott Kirkland
Level Level 1; Level 8
Study Mode Face-to-face
Online
Unit Code
(with link to UMS)
CT1020T (Face-to-face)
CT1029T (online)
CT8020T (Face-to-face)
CT8029T (online)

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