This subject examines the human person in later life from the perspective of Christian theology. Students will reflect critically upon human personhood in later life, taking into account biblical perspectives; Christian theological and other religious traditions; and dialogue with contemporary secular accounts. It explores the older person's relationship to concepts such as forgiveness and reconciliation in personal relationships; critical self-reflection and self-transcendence; finding peace in loss; and cognisance of mortality. A range of contemporary ethical issues in later life that arise from the dignity of the human person will also be examined.
School of Theology
Graduate Diploma of Ageing and Pastoral Studies
Master of Ageing and Pastoral Studies
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