Jun 18, 2024  
2012-2013 Saint Joseph’s College Online 
    
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TH 330 - Christology


 

 This course studies the theology of the person and role of Jesus Christ as found in the New Testament, in the Christological dogmas of the early councils, in medieval Christology, in Protestant Christology, and in contemporary theological developments.
 


Prerequisites & Notes
 
 


Assignment Overview
Assignments: 6 Units

Interactivity: Discussion Board

Final Assessment: None

Course Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to do the following: 

  • Reflect intellectually on the living reality of the crucified and risen Christ. 
  • Recognize the New Testament as the source and norm of the Church’s Christology. 
  • Discuss, based on the faith of the Church, the mystery of Christ that both transcends human understanding and makes life in the universe and the universe itself intelligible. 
  • Identify the developments of Christology in the Fathers of the Church, the early Ecumenical Councils, the great Medieval theologians, representative Protestant theologians, and contemporary Catholic theologians. 
  • Synthesize the conclusions of Christology with the doctrine of the Trinity.


Credits: 3



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