The public forum in which the Christian faith is expressed is now characterized by religious pluralism. Talk about God, faith and religion is carried out in the political and social arena in a manner which presupposes diversity. It is now becoming more common for an exposition of Christian Theology to be conducted in the presence of the religious 'other'. This subject relates the changing nature of theology to developments in the public arena.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2018.
School of Theology
- The Multifaith Society - The Place of the Christian Faith in Contemporary Society - The Principles of 'Tolerance', 'Encounter' and 'Dialogue' - Multifaith Dimensions in the Christian Theological Tradition: The New Testament - Multifaith Dimensions in the Christian Theological Tradition: The Early Church - Multifaith Dimensions in the Christian Theological Tradition: Christendom, Colonisation and Mission - Multifaith Dimensions in the Christian Theological Tradition: Anti-Semitism - Emerging Models of a "Christian Theology of other faiths" - Beyond 'Exclusivism', 'Inclusivism' and 'Pluralism' - The Nature of Knowledge: Salvific or Natural? - The Particularity of Christ and the problem of the Trinity - Competing faiths in local neighbourhoods - The Future of a Christian Theology of Other Faiths.
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The information contained in the 2018 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: August 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.