Semester 1 unit at Trinity College Theological School
This unit charts a course through a variety of modern forms of unbelief in order to provide students with the analytical skills to invert and understand the problematic forms of belief that are negated by unbelief. The supposition is, then, that behind every atheism is a theism that ought to be denied. This unit functions to provide two things then: first, it serves as an introduction to modern philosophy insofar as it pertains to the question of God, and, second, it serves as a course in the doctrine of God and negative theology as the students learn in practice the art of negation endemic to the Christian tradition.
|College||Trinity College Theological School|
|Lecturer||Dr Scott Kirkland|
|Level||Level 3; Level 9|
|Study Mode||Face-to-face (scheduled for Tuesdays in semester 1, 2pm-5pm)
(with link to UMS)
Established in 1877, Trinity College Theological School is committed to shaping men and women who wish to pursue ordination in the Anglican Church, develop skills for lay ministry, or simply explore Christian faith for personal or vocational enrichment and development.