Lectures: 24 Hours; Tutorials: 3 hours; Private Study: 24 Hours.
Continuous Assessment: 40%; End of Semester Examination: 60%
- To introduce students to the methods and sources of Catholic theology.
- To understand the concepts of revelation, faith and reason and the relationship between them.
- To explore the origin and development of the Christian concept of God.
- To articulate a contemporary theological anthropology (including the concepts of creation, grace and sin).
- — Explain what theology is and how it has developed as a discipline.
- — Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of faith, revelation, Trinity and grace.
- — Articulate the rudiments of a Christian theological anthropology.
- — Stephen J.Duffy, The Dynamics of Grace: Perspectives in Theological Anthropology. New Theology Studies 3 Collegeville, Minnesota: Michael Glazier/The Liturgical Press, 1993/ Wipf & Stock, 2007
- — John R. Sachs, The Christian Vision of Humanity. Basic Christian Anthropology. Collegeville, Minnesota, The Liturgical Press, 1991.
- — Stephen Bevans, An Introduction to Theology in Global Perspective. Orbis, 2009.
- — Matthew L. Becker, Fundamental Theology: A Protestant Perspective. T&T Clark, 2014.