Degree Program - Theological Studies
 

3520-Q Systematic Theology I: 

 

     An introduction to the study of the sources and methods used in the formulation and development of Christian theology from the Patristic, through the Reformation, to the Modern period. The study focuses on both the key personalities and their writings. This course is a pre-requisite to all advanced Theology courses.

 

3530-Q Systematic Theology II:

 

     A study of the great doctrines of the Christian faith: God, Trinity, Christology, soteriology, ecclesiology, sacramental theology and eschatology. The study also focuses on the significant historical debates around the foregoing topics, as well as the impact of the Enlightenment on subsequent developments in Christian theology. (Prerequisite: Systematic Theology 3520-Q)

 

3550-Q Film and Theology: 

 

          Bringing together theological study and a love for the movies, the course explores what popular films say about religion, the Christian church, and the values by which we live.

 

3555-Q Theology and Popular Culture

 

     Using the ever-popular Simpsons as a guide, this course explores and critiques a "popular culture" understanding of religion, the Christian Church and ourselves. Participants will have an opportunity to examine how we interact with and contribute to "pop" culture and to consider if and how the Gospel may well be put in conversation with it.

 

3585-Q Theology and Literature 

 

     This course will examine some of Christian theology’s important themes through the lenses of some key writers of literature.

 

3586-Q Theology and the Literature of Newfoundland and Labrador 

 

     This course will focus on the literature of Newfoundland and Labrador as a means to explore and critique contemporary issues in theology.

 

3590-Q Directed Study and Research: 

 

     The student selects a topic in the field of Theological Studies and pursues a course of reading and research in consultation with an instructor.

 

3592-Q Directed Study and Research:

 

     The student selects a topic in the field of Theological Studies and pursues a course of reading and research in consultation with an instructor.