Christian Theology I

Code: TH500

Dates: September 9, 2019 - November 29, 2019 on Tuesdays

Time: 9:00 pm for 3 hours

The purpose of this course is to further critical understanding and appropriation of major Christian doctrines in loving engagement with God and the world in the context of the contemporary church. It treats principally central themes of Christian doctrinal reflection (e.g., revelation, scripture, Trinity, creation, sin, Christ, reconciliation, Holy Spirit, church and hope) as well as contemporary critiques and reformulations of the faith in the light of the ordered and sanctified components of Christian theological expression (Scripture, tradition, experience and reason).

Summer reading to completed prior to the first class in September.

Available by Distance
Both synchronous & asynchronous.