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THCT600 Creation, Grace and Salvation

Teaching organisation

This unit involves 150 hours of focused learning. The total includes formally structured learning activities such as lectures, tutorials, online learning, video-conferencing or supervision. The remaining hours typically involve reading, research, and the preparation of tasks for assessment.

Unit rationale, description and aim

This unit will examine the Biblical witness to creation, grace and salvation and the development of the doctrines related to these themes. In particular it will examine the significant shifts in contemporary theologies of creation, grace and salvation. The diverse models for understanding creation will be examined in the light of the dialogue between science and religion. The unit will explore the individual, communal and structural elements of grace and sin, and connections with Christological, Trinitarian and creation doctrines. The source and scope of salvation will be treated, along with the various models of salvation proposed by contemporary soteriologies.

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