TH402/602 The Doctrine of God & Work of Christ
Humans have been pondering the nature of God since the dawn of time. But Christians know that the definitive representation of God has been revealed in the person of Jesus Christ. In this course, you will explore the attributes of God and our understanding of God as Trinity, particularly the nature and activity of the Holy Spirit, before delving more deeply into the person and work of Christ, his human and divine natures and what he did for us in the atonement.
|Pre-requisites||Two foundational Old or New Testament units plus one Church History|
|Next Available:||Semester 2, 2017|
Dr Michael Bräutigam
By doing this course you will develop a deeper appreciation for the methods of theology and the central tenets of the Christian faith.
The On-Campus mode of this subject will require a time commitment of roughly 10-12 hours per week, which is made up of both lecture/in-class time and self directed study.
The Distance mode of this subject will require a time commitment of roughly 10-12 hours per week in total.
Assessment will consist of two essays.
Required Text Books
• Christian Dogmatics: Reformed Theology for the Church Catholic, edited by Michael Allen and Scott R. Swain (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2016).
• Migliore, Daniel L., Faith Seeking Understanding: An Introduction to Theology, (3rd ed; Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2014).