Date(s) - 21/11/2017
7:15 pm - 9:00 pm
Introduction to Christian Doctrine in partnership with St Albans Study Centre:
This ten-week module examines the creation of the Christian creeds and the early formation of a distinct Christian understanding of God and humanity. It will explore what it means to think theologically, what sense can be made of religious language, and introduce some basic issues on the margins of theology and the philosophy of religion: for example, how God can be known, how God can act in the world, how the reality of evil might be explained. Topics covered will include the person of Jesus, incarnation and resurrection, the Holy Spirit, the Christian idea of God as Trinity, creation, sin and salvation, the Church and the churches.
This module may be taken independently, or as a 20 credit core module (with assessment) of SACT or SACT+.
Tutor: Silvianne and Barney Aspray, Tutors in Theology, University of Cambridge
Venue: St Andrews, Kimbolton Rd, Bedford, MK40 2PF
Dates: Tuesdays 19 Sept – 28 November
Doors open: 7.00pm
Start time: 7.15pm
End time: 9.00pm (approximately)
Bookings can be made via the following link to the St Albans Study Centre site: