Outlining the contours of ecumenical liturgical theology, the unit explores the juxtapositions (e.g. of and for the people, scripture and sacrament, space and symbol, and so on) that define the discipline.
Articulate the centrality of liturgy to the life of the church, and of Christ to liturgy
Explain liturgy as enacted, embodied communal ritual
Articulate and illustrate the connection between worship, Christian living and mission
Identify principles for the appropriate shaping and use of liturgy in different contexts.
Critique and construct liturgical practice within and beyond their ecclesial tradition
The pedagogy employs and enacts juxtapositions characteristic of the discipline
Report on field work, 2000 words
Essay, 2500 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 2 Oct, 2018
Unit Record last updated: 2019-05-22 12:53:04 +1000