Course Title: Christology: The Doctrine of Jesus Christ
Course Code: TS20033
Credit Hours: 3
This undergraduate course offers an in-depth exploration of Christology, a central theological discipline within Christian theology. Students will delve into the historical development, key theological concepts, and various perspectives on the identity, nature, and significance of Jesus Christ within Christian tradition. The course will also examine the relationship between Christology and other areas of theology, as well as its practical implications for Christian life and ministry.
Course Goals and Learning Objectives:
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
- Understand the historical development of Christological thought and its theological significance within Christianity.
- Analyze and critique various Christological perspectives, including both traditional and contemporary approaches.
- Comprehend the relationship between Christology and other theological doctrines such as soteriology, eschatology, and ecclesiology.
- Articulate the diverse images and titles used to describe Jesus in the New Testament.
- Discuss the implications of Christology for Christian faith, worship, and practice.
- Engage in critical reflection on the cultural and contextual dimensions of Christological discussions.