Course Details for Master of Theology
R215.830 Theologian in Context
This course is a close study of one major theologian – C.S. Lewis – in the intellectual context of their day. Through the study of selected writings of Lewis and secondary sources, their theological method and commitments will be analysed and their contribution to theology, faith and life will be considered. A particular focus of the course will be on the theology of Lewis and what he called “Mere Christianity,” and on the spirituality of Lewis, what has been characterised as Sensucht—the longing for fulfilment inherent in the human condition.
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