CH2125B Christianity in Australian History
- Unit Code & NameCH2125B Christianity in Australian History
- DescriptionThis 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.
- FieldC - Christian Thought and History
- DisciplineCH - Church History
- Semester2, 2018
- Delivery ModeClass
- DateTuesdays 6.00pm - 9.00pm | 100 Maidstone, Ringwood
- Lecturer(s) Assoc Prof Glen O'Brien
- PrerequisitesCH129B Introduction to Church History or equivalent
- Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
1. Analyse significant events and people who have made a contribution to the history of Christianity in Australia;
2. Demonstrate an awareness of a range of competing historical interpretations;
3. Critically interpret primary and secondary sources and use them appropriately;
4. Construct a coherent historical argument, relevant to the needs of the contemporary church, using the conventions of the discipline of history.