This unit will deal with the Gospel account of the public ministry of Jesus as implicit Christology and ground for the development of the doctrine of the Trinity; the Paschal Mystery of Jesus, especially as revealing the triune God, and the development of the doctrines of Christ and the Trinity in the Church’s tradition, both classical and contemporary.
Tutorial work will canvas key aspects of the theology of the Trinity.

Unit Code: CT2202C

Points: 18.0

Unit Level: Undergraduate Level 2

Unit Discipline: Systematic Theology

Delivery Mode: Face to Face

Proposing College: Catholic Theological College

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Learning Outcomes


Demonstrate a capacity to read, understand and respond creatively to the issues raised in each tutorial text.


Express in simple terms, the divinity and the humanity of Jesus.


Summarise how the doctrines of Christ and the Trinity developed in the Councils of the early Church.


Demonstrate a basic understanding of the centrality of the Paschal Mystery and its Trinitarian interpretation in contemporary theology.


Articulate a coherent understanding of the doctrine of the Trinity and its foundation in Christology.


Draw conclusions regarding the significance of Jesus Christ as the answer to the human search for meaning.

Unit sequence

CT1100C and CT1110C


A variety of learning resources – lectures, guided reading, peer discussion, tutorials, formative feedback on assessment tasks and electronic resources for further study – will enable students to achieve the learning outcomes of the unit.


Type Description Wordcount Weight (%)
Tutorial Paper

Tutorial Paper 650 words

0 10.0
Tutorial Paper

Tutorial Paper 650 words

0 10.0
Tutorial Paper

Tutorial Paper 650 words

0 10.0
Oral Examination

Oral Examination 15 minutes (1,000 words)

0 20.0

Essay 1,500 words

0 50.0

Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 4 Sep, 2018

Unit Record last updated: 2019-04-09 12:00:46 +1000