This unit will explore doctrines of salvation as they have emerged in communities across the history of the global church, examining their responses to the key theological questions: What are we saved from? What are we saved for? How are we saved? What does it mean to be saved? Contextual influences and issues, and contemporary relevance will be investigated and discussed.
Unit code: CT9746Z
Unit status: Approved (New unit)
Unit level: Postgraduate Elective
Unit discipline: Systematic Theology
Proposing College: Uniting College for Leadership and TheologyShow when this unit is running
Assess the biblical sources for Christian understandings of salvation
Critically analyse the responses of Christian communities to the key theological questions in regard to salvation, mindful of contextual influences
Evaluate the significance of doctrines of salvation for a named contemporary context
Critically reflect upon universalism and the scope of salvation
Employ knowledge and skills developed in the unit to critique and develop resources suitable for selected ministry context(s)
A Level 9 unit in postgraduate theology and ministry awards.
UCLT uses primary and secondary sources considered through different lenses to identify and explore the challenges of the unit material for the contemporary world. Students are engaged in a range of comparative, analytical and reflective practices.
|Type||Description||Word count||Weight (%)|
|Short Answer Responses - Responses to set readings across the semester||1500||20.0|
|Essay - Research Essay||2500||35.0|
|Oral Presentation - An in-class presentation||
Students will have around 12-15 minutes to present in class
|Learning Resource - A resource suitable to apply knowledge gained for a named contemporary context||2000||25.0|
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by Prof Albert Haddad on 27 Mar, 2023
Unit record last updated: 2023-03-27 14:36:02 +1100