This unit will explore biblical, historical and contemporary responses to the question, ‘Who is Jesus?’ Students will critically investigate answers offered from both within and outside the Christian traditions and will formulate their own theological responses.
Identify a range of issues concerning the significance of Jesus in the contemporary world;
Articulate the distinctive christological emphases of several biblical and extra-biblical sources;
Explain the theological issues at stake in the development of the historic credal formulations
Exhibit capacity for independent and critical theological reflection upon a range of christologies.
54points, including 36 points in CT and 18 points in Field B
Lectures (video & handouts) will be posted online, online interactive seminar
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Seminar Paper (1,500 words)
Journal of critical reflections (at least five entries, of approximately 200 words each)
Essay 2,500 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 30 Sep, 2015
Unit Record last updated: 2019-11-05 09:16:53 +1100