This course explores Luther’s teachings on the Ten Commandments, the Apostles’ Creed and the Lord’s Prayer as well as the sacraments of baptism, confession and communion. It examines the theology of justification by grace through faith present throughout the Small Catechism and considers how this resource can be be of value in the Christian church […]
The course will explore the twenty-eight articles of the Augsburg Confession and their importance to Lutheran theology. It will consider how this document evolved within the context of its time and how it has served as an important model to the Christian life of faith and why this Confession centers Lutheran churches throughout the world. […]
This course will provide awareness of the theological foundations shaping Anglican doctrine and ethos, encouraging the learner to identify insights from Anglican thinking that influence them.
The second of two courses that covers core theological concepts, how they function in various contexts, and their significance in the modern world. This course will explore: Who Will Save Us? (Theology of Salvation); Can We Trust God?; What Does God Want From Us as Individuals? – Vocation; What Does God Want From Us as […]
One of two courses that covers core theological concepts, how they function in various contexts, and their significance in the modern world. This course will explore: What Is Theology, How Do We Study It, and Who are We Studying?; Who Is This Man-God? – Christology and Is God With Us? Who is “Us” Anyway?