This unit tackles what we often assume we know: who God is and what Christ did for us. Fundamental to knowing God is understanding the nature of God and what God has done in Jesus’ death and resurrection. Attention in this unit is given to the mystery of the Trinity and God’s attributes. Other topics include the atonement and the resurrection, as well as the ascension. By studying this unit, students will get a better grasp of the nature of God and the work of Christ, learn to think theologically, and apply these lessons to life and ministry.
|Workload||One semester, 12 credit points||One semester, 12 credit points|
|Prerequisites||32 credit points of core foundation units, including Early Church History||32 credit points of core foundation units, including Early Church History|
|When||Semester Two||Semester Two|
|Teacher||Scott Harrower||Scott Harrower|
Section A: The Christian Doctrine of God
Section B: The Work of Christ
Study Expectations (Online)
In Ridley Online units you can expect to be guided through a variety of weekly learning activities which are designed to develop your understanding of and skills in the themes and passages related to your unit. These usually include watching videos, reading, completing set learning tasks and contributing to online seminars and interacting with your peers. Allow 10-12 hours study time per week for this unit.