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Course Details for Master of Theology

Henderson campus

Semester 1, 2021

R154.830 Romans and the Mission of God

Dr Mark Keown | 3 Mar 2021, 7:30 - 9:30 pm, 14 Apr 2021, 7:30 - 9:30 pm, 3-7 May 2021, 9 am - 5 pm (LR9)

R216.830 Third Article Theology

Dr Greg Liston, Myk Habets | 26 Feb 2021, 6 - 9 pm, 27 Feb 2021, 9 am - 4 pm, 6-8 Apr 2021, 9 am - 4 pm, 9 Apr 2021, 9 am - 1 pm, 28 Apr 2021, 7:30 - 9:30 pm, 26 May 2021, 7:30 - 9:30 pm (LR9)

Third Article Theology (TAT) is a new theological movement utilizing a distinctly pneumatological approach to developing Christian doctrine. By examining Christian beliefs and practices through the lens of the Spirit, it aims to equip the church to “act its age” – proclaiming a timely message appropriate for our current context, leading to practical applications for life, mission and ministry. In addition to the lecturers, the course will include sessions from leading TAT scholars from around the world.

R351.830 Postgraduate Research and Writing

Dr Greg Liston | 23-26 Feb 2021, 9 am - 5 pm, 29 Mar - 1 Apr 2021, 9 am - 5 pm (LR9)

This course focuses on methodology and practical aspects of advanced postgraduate research. Students will reflect on the theological, ethical and missiological implications of research whilst developing advanced skills and methods which will support a research project. A range of scholars will relate their own research experience and projects and students will engage with a number of contemporary approaches to critical research and writing. Students will develop and hone the skills of theological research and writing by designing and implementing a research project in the field of their interest.

R361.830 Research Paper

Dependent on supervisor availability. This course offers a student a supervised research essay on an approved topic in an aspect of Theology and/or related discipline. Students can apply to the Head of Theology for enrolment in this course upon the successful completion of R351.830 Postgraduate Research and Writing.

R381.930 Dissertation A

This dissertation (A and B) is assessed as Level 9 on the National Qualifications Framework, and is normally undertaken in the final part of a student's MTh candidature.

R382.930 Dissertation B

This dissertation (A and B) is assessed as Level 9 on the National Qualifications Framework, and is normally undertaken in the final part of a student's MTh candidature.

R383.930 Thesis A

The thesis is assessed as Level 9 on the National Qualifications Framework, and is normally undertaken in the final part of a student's MTh candidature. A 120 credit, 40,000 word thesis consists of Thesis A, B, C, and D.

R384.930 Thesis B

The thesis is assessed as Level 9 on the National Qualifications Framework, and is normally undertaken in the final part of a student's MTh candidature. A 120 credit, 40,000 word thesis consists of Thesis A, B, C, and D. A 90 credit, 30,000 word thesis consists of Thesis B, C, and D.

R385.930 Thesis C

The thesis is assessed as Level 9 on the National Qualifications Framework, and is normally undertaken in the final part of a student's MTh candidature. A 120 credit, 40,000 word thesis consists of Thesis A, B, C, and D. A 90 credit, 30,000 word thesis consists of Thesis B, C, and D.

R386.930 Thesis D

The thesis is assessed as Level 9 on the National Qualifications Framework, and is normally undertaken in the final part of a student's MTh candidature. A 120 credit, 40,000 word thesis consists of Thesis A, B, C, and D. A 90 credit, 30,000 word thesis consists of Thesis B, C, and D.

R540.830 Foundations in Vocational Theology

Dr Roshan Allpress

This course invites practitioners from a diverse range of vocations to critically reflect on the integration of faith and vocational practice. Engaging with theologically integrative frameworks, approaches and practices students are offered opportunities to reflect on their own vocational practices in relation to God and the world, to address key questions pertinent to their own vocation, and so faithfully enhance their own professional well-being and engagement.

This timetable is correct at the time of publication; however the College reserves the right to cancel courses, or alter lecture times should circumstances arise. Up to date information is available at any time by contacting the College.