Mohammad: A Christian Perspective

The content of the will enable participants to engage both sensitively and with insight with the
life of Muhammad, the Muslim prophet who represents the foundation stone of the Islamic
faith. You will cover the major events of the life of Mohammad, understand his impact on
Islamic belief and practice, recognise the differences between Mohammad and Jesus and
assess his life from a Christian perspective.

Subject Code EM428 - Undergraduate
EM628- Graduate
TitleMohammad: A Christian Perspective
Study Modes On-Campus, Distance
Next AvailableSemester 2, 2017

Dr Bernie Power


Dr Bernie Power

    Time Commitment

    This subject will require a time commitment on behalf of the student. If you are studying online you will need to commit to approximately 10 hours per week. If you are studying on campus you will need to commit to 3 hours of lecture time and approximately 7 hours private study per week.


      To be advised in the first week of class.

        Text Books

        N/A. Readings will be available as PDF’s in class.

          Whatever method of study you choose, you will require Internet access to access the resources on our eCampus.