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Intensives

Intensives take place over a short time frame, condensing a semester of face to face learning into two weeks and requires you to complete assessments over the period of the semester.

Summer Intensive

Foundations of Wesleyan Theology

3-14 February 2020
9.30am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

This unit provides students with a comprehensive study of the foundations of eighteenth century theological developments that gave rise to Wesleyan theology. It will introduce students to the antecedents of Wesleyan theology — from the early church to Arminius, and from Arminius to Wesley, noting the Eastern Orthodox, Anglican and Pietist influences.

It will consider the key elements of Wesley's 'Quadrilateral'; the New Testament basis of the central doctrines of Wesley; the setting of Wesleyan theology within ecumenical theological thought, and its developments to the present.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

Winter Intensives

Leadership: Task and Challenge

15-26 June 2020
9.30am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

This unit introduces the student to the concept and practice of leadership from a Christian perspective. The topic will be explored utilising De Pree’s definition of Leadership as (a) Defining reality, (b) Servanthood, (c) Gratitude. Further theoretical breadth will be explored as attention is given to the five practices of leadership emanating from the research of Kouzes and Posner. Evaluation of team dynamics and conflict resolution will be included in consideration of leadership tasks. 

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 

Social and Community Mission 1

15-26 June 2020
9.30am - 3.00pm
Campus : 100 Maidstone Street, Ringwood, Vic.

This unit will explore the theology and practice of social and community services as an expression of holistic Christian mission. Structural disadvantage and social issues will be examined, particularly as they relate to the delivery of contemporary social services in an Australian context. A community development framework will be applied to address complex social needs, ensuring ethical and practical issues are considered.

For more information on this unit, select the relevant level of study.

 


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