This unit reflects on the doctrinal content of the third article of the creed. Particular attention is given to characteristically Lutheran emphases in ecclesiology, sacramental theology and eschatology.
Identify and discuss key theological concepts in this unit, their development in various Christian traditions, and where they differ from the Lutheran tradition
Critically reflect on the Lutheran church’s dogmatic tradition in the light of scripture and the contemporary context and to identify tension points
Express an informed critical opinion on theological issues relating to sanctification
Analyse and critique current scholarship relating to sanctification in the light of Lutheran theology
Course relationship: A level 3 unit in undergraduate theology and ministry courses
Prerequisites: 18 points in the discipline of Systematic Theology (CT)
This unit is underpinned by teaching practices and strategies (e.g. lectures, tutorials) which encourage student engagement and participation in a variety of learning tasks and opportunities which foster deep learning.
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The relationship between justification and sanctification
Critique an alternative approach to sanctification
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Maggie Kappelhoff on 23 Sep, 2020
Unit record last updated: 2020-09-23 18:47:12 +1000