- Unit Code & NameCT9297B The Triune God
- DescriptionThis unit examines the contemporary resurgence of interest in the doctrine of the Trinity through exposure to representative theologians in the field of Trinitarian theology, both classical and contemporary.
- FieldC - Christian Thought and History
- DisciplineCT - Systematic Theology
- Unit Points15
- LevelPostgraduate Elective
- Semester1, 2019
- Delivery ModeClass
- DateWeekly classes on Thursdays from 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
Campus | 100 Maidstone St, Ringwood
- Prerequisites15 points in CT postgraduate foundational level or equivalent
- Learning ActivitiesLectures, tutorials, online videos, online meetings, class discussions, discussion boards
- AssessmentsEssay 3,000 words - 50%
Sermon manuscript 3,000 words - 50%
- Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate advanced understanding of the key biblical passages that give rise to Trinitarian reflection.
2. Exhibit critical awareness of the place of the Christological debates of the fourth and fifth centuries in establishing Trinitarian orthodoxy.
3. Demonstrate a thorough working knowledge of the critical issues in contemporary and classical discourse on the Trinity.
4. Articulate practical implications of the doctrine of the Trinity for the church?s life and witness, including communicating the Trinity for faith in proclamation.
5. Demonstrate the value of the place and priority of the doctrine of the Trinity as constitutive of Christian identity and action in the world and in personal spirituality.
6. Demonstrate a capacity to research a specific topic in a critically rigorous, sustained and self-directed manner.