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BA3392B - Eighth Century Prophets

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This unit explores the phenomenon of prophecy in Israel during the eighth century BCE. The theology of specific prophets will be considered, including motifs such as covenant, eschatology, law and cult, social justice, election, "the remnant", and foreign nations. Critical and exegetical tools will be employed to study selected passages in Isaiah, Micah, Amos and Hosea.

BN3396B - A Narrative Study of the Gospel of Mark

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This unit offers the opportunity to study various narrative approaches to Mark's Gospel. Students will explore the literary conventions and devices used by Mark, including characterization, dialogue and the use of irony. The unit examines reader-response methods, structuralist and post-structuralist readings and ideological approaches to the text.

BN3795B - Paul and Leadership in the Early Church

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This unit provides students with a perspective on life in the early church, with an emphasis on the development of leadership under the ministry of the Apostle Paul. It will explore the physical and social context of Paul's ministry with particular attention to his relationships with co-workers, especially Timothy, in the conduct of mission. This unit will also examine recent perspectives on leadership in a Christian context.

BN3797B - Johannine Literature: Narratives and Perspectives

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This unit will examine the content and structure of Johannine thought as a distinctive development within early Christianity, as reflected in the narratives in the Fourth Gospel, the Johannine Epistles and Revelation. A narrative approach will be used, which will be a gateway into considering different reading communities, ideological textures and modes of hermeneutical appropriation. Emphasis will also be given to contextualizing the theology of the Johannine literature for the Church today, including grounding in a sense of community, and service within God's love.

BN9397B - Johannine Literature: Narratives and Perspectives

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This unit will examine the content and structure of Johannine thought as a distinctive development within early Christianity, as reflected in the narratives in the Fourth Gospel, the Johannine Epistles and Revelation. A narrative approach will be used, which will be a gateway into considering different reading communities, ideological textures and modes of hermeneutical appropriation. Emphasis will also be given to contextualizing the theology of the Johannine literature for the Church today, including grounding in a sense of community, and service within God's love.

BSBWOR502 - Lead and manage team effectiveness

BSBWOR502 - Lead and manage team effectiveness



BSBWRT301 - Write simple documents

BSBWRT301 - Write simple documents



CH9725B - Christianity in Australian History

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This religious history unit introduces students to the place of the Christian churches in Australian society from the colonial period to the present. It considers a number of methodological approaches and the work of a range of representative historians. Themes covered include sectarianism, church-state relations, denominational histories, ecumenism, migration, and changing religious demographics.

CHAMIN003 - Provide pastoral interventions to people experiencing crisis reactions

CHAMIN003 - Provide pastoral interventions to people experiencing crisis reactions



CHAMIN502A - Effectively discuss theological concepts in the context of client's needs and beliefs

CHAMIN502A - Effectively discuss theological concepts in the context of client's needs and beliefs



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