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Catholic Studies 2: Theology

2013 | 2014 | 2015

Area/catalogue: EDUC 2049
Course ID: 101581

School: School of Education

Campus/course component(s):
                    Magill: Seminar
                    Mawson Lakes: Seminar
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Unit value: 4.5

Offered externally: No

Undergraduate elective course: Yes


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Prerequisite(s): EDUC 1069 Catholic Studies 1: Scripture.

Students will explore the nature and process of theology in the Catholic tradition, through various topics such as the centrality of human experience in the study of theology, revelation and faith, and a Christian understanding of what it means to be human in evolutionary world of grace and sin. The course is centred on studying the historical Jesus of Nazareth and the Christ of faith, spanning Jesus' life, ministry, death, resurrection and Christ's trinitarian relationship with the Holy Spirit and the One he called Father. After the exploration of various christologies, the course will examine the nature and mission of Church, sacraments and sacramentality, social justice and ethics, and the person of Mary. Throughout the course, the theological underpinnings for contemporary approaches to Religious Education will be discussed and explored.

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EFTSL:    0.125

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