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Salvation and Justice

This specialisation will explore the breadth of salvation and its impact on mission today. Students will engage ancient and modern discussions of salvations and issues ranging from ecology, social justice, evangelism and interfaith dialogue.

 

2020 Units


 

Critical Thinking for Theology

Semester 1, 2020
Study Mode: Online

This unit introduces students to the foundational skills of critical thinking and writing for use in the study of theology and related disciplines. It is designed to equip the student in the evaluation and construction of theological ideas through the appropriation of the principles of logic and reasoning. The skills developed will include the analysis and construction of sound arguments, identifying and avoiding logical fallacies, writing with clarity, and distinguishing between weak sense and strong sense critical thinking.

Major Adam Couchman
Major Adam Couchman

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

  

Introduction to Christian Theology

Semester 1, 2020
Study Mode: Online and On Campus

This unit is an introduction to Christian theology. It uses The Salvation Army's eleven articles of faith as a framework for exploring key areas of theology, locating these doctrines within the theology of the wider Church.

Major Adam Couchman
Major Adam Couchman

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

  • CT1701B - Undergraduate, Online and On Campus
  • CT8701B - Postgraduate, Online and On Campus

  

Salvation Today

Semester 1, 2020
Study Mode: Blended Learning

This unit will explore contemporary concepts of salvation with a particular focus on the relationship between theology and mission. It will include an examination of key biblical and theological sources which have contributed to the development of several modern soteriologies and offer constructive responses.

The unit will explore the significance of these concepts of salvation in relation to a range of issues including: ecology, social service, justice, evangelism and interfaith dialogue
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Reverend Associate Professor Frank Rees
Reverend Associate Professor Frank Rees

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

  • CT3795B - Undergraduate, Blended Learning
  • CT9795B - Postgraduate, Blended Learning