Introduction to Christian Theology
This foundational unit, an introduction to Christian theology, 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.
- July 2021, Semester 2 - admissions close on Friday 16 July 2021
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Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
- Describe the basic vocabulary of theology and the framework of the discipline.
- Outline a working understanding of The Salvation Army's articles of faith.
- Situate The Salvation Army's doctrines within the broader Christian tradition.
- Discuss the impact of various theological perspectives on life and ministry.
- Show basic skills in the construction and evaluation of theological arguments.
Major Adam Couchman has been teaching since 2008. He has held various appointments at Eva Burrows College in both the School for Officer Training and School for Christian Studies. He is both a lecturer and alumni of Eva Burrows College; having completed his undergraduate degree through the college in 2005. Adam is currently working towards his PhD through the University of Divinity where his research is engaged in the theological interpretation of Scripture; specifically, Jesus Christ as a worshipper.
Mode of Delivery
This unit is delivered online on ARK, the Learning Management System for all our higher education study. Login details for this unit will be accessible to students on confirmation of enrolment into an award or the unit.
To study online, you will need to find around 3 to 4 hours per week for readings, activities and assessments for each unit. To learn more visit our Online Campus page.
|Ezigbo, Victor I. Introducing Christian Theologies: Voices from Global Christian Communities, Vol. 1. Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 2013.|
|Ezigbo, Victor I. Introducing Christian Theologies: Voices from Global Christian Communities, Vol. 2. Cambridge: Lutterworth Press, 2015.|
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