Johannine literature provides a rich repository of language and imagery for Christian theology that is centered on the loving relationship between God and humanity. In this unit, the Gospel of John and the letters of John are studied as both witnesses to the communities in which they were written and as works of literature. The contribution of Johannine literature to the development of Christian theology is explored through an engagement with multiple theological themes and contemporary interpretative lenses.
|College||St Francis College|
|Lecturer||The Rev’d Dr Margaret Wesley|
|Level||Level 3 Undergraduate
Level 8 Postgraduate
|Study modes and times||Face-to-face
Online – Synchronous
Online – Asynchronous
Tuesday 09:30am-12:30pm AEST
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St Francis College is the provider of theological education and formation for ordination for the Anglican Church Southern Queensland.