CT3126B Christ and Salvation
- Unit Code & NameCT3126B Christ and Salvation
- DescriptionThis unit considers the relationship between the doctrine of Christ and the doctrine of salvation. It surveys New Testament foundations, as well as representative patristic, medieval, and modern theologians as they have considered this relationship.
Topics covered include the two natures of Christ, historic atonement theories, black, feminist, and liberationist Christologies, and the extent of the salvation offered in Christ.
- FieldC - Christian Thought and History
- DisciplineCT - Systematic Theology
- Semester2, 2018
- Delivery ModeIntensive
- DateThe Intensive will be held at 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood on the following dates;
August 9 - 11
September 13 - 15
October 18 - 20
- PrerequisitesCT1301B Introduction to Christian Theology or equivalent
- Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
1. Describe the interrelation between the doctrine of Christ and the doctrine of salvation;
2. Show an awareness of a range of Christological and soteriological approaches ;
3. Analyse theological literature in Christology and soteriology;
4. Apply insights from Christology and soteriology to Christian faith and discipleship.
5. Articulate the way in which Christ may be perceived as savingly at work in contemporary communities of faith and beyond.
- Text BooksText to be purchased
Thomas, Rausch. Who is Jesus? An introduction to Christology. Collegeville, Mn: Liturgical Press, 2003.