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CT1301B - Christian Theology Courses Online

  • Unit Code & NameCT1301B Introduction to Christian Theology
  • Description

    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.

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  • DisciplineDelivery ID: 45918
  • LevelUndergraduate Level 1
  • Semester3. Winter School, 2022
  • Delivery ModeOnline Intensive
  • Date

    This unit is running as an online intensive.

    Admission closes Friday, 3 June 2022

    Tuesday 14 to Friday 24 June 2022 - the assumption is that the student is released from usual work activities to study fulltime for this fortnight.

    Students are expected to attend daily Zoom classes during the intensive at 1pm AEST, for one hour.


  • Lecturer(s) Major Emma Moore
  • Prerequisites

    Prohibited combinations CT1290B A Salvationist Theology A CT1292B A Salvationist Theology B

  • Learning Activities

    Lectures, discussion, forum engagement, videos, reading

    *This unit is offered at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. Students may engage with people across both levels when this unit is delivered.

  • Assessments

    Three Quizzes (5 minutes each) - 10%

    1 x 1,500 word online forum participation - 40%

    1 x 2,000 word Essay - 50%

  • Learning Outcomes

    Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:

    1.  Describe the basic vocabulary of theology and the framework of the discipline.

    2.  Outline a working understanding of The Salvation Army's articles of faith.

    3.  Situate The Salvation Army's doctrines within the broader Christian tradition.

    4.  Discuss the impact of various theological perspectives on life and ministry.

    5. Show basic skills in the construction and evaluation of theological arguments.