Intensives at UTC

Youth, Culture and Mission

Saturday 21st – Wednesday 25th January 2017
Speacial Speaker Andrew Root

The key objectives include:
> be able to identify and discuss the key factors impacting on Australian culture with particular reference to youth
> be able to demonstrate awareness of how immersion in a digital world influences young people
> be able to demonstrate skills in interpreting popular culture
> be able to demonstrate appropriate methods of engagement with popular culture in ministry settings
> be able to synthesise an appropriate missional response to a particular cultural group in Australia

If you wish to partake in either the weekend workshop or the 5 day intensive please click on Event and Registration

Interfaith Dialogue

30th January – 3rd February, 2017
Led by Dr Seforosa Carroll

The key objectives include:
> be able to demonstrate critical appreciation of the principles of interfaith dialogue;
> be able to participate in interfaith dialogue;
> be able to demonstrate an understanding of the central beliefs and practices of Islam;
> be able to demonstrate knowledge of the history and presence of Islam in Australia;
> be able to discuss key issues in the history of Islam, including Muhammad’s call and life; the expansion of Islam; the great Muslim empires
> be able to discuss key issues in relation to the place of Islam in the modern world;
> be able to demonstrate an understanding of the importance of the Quran in the Islamic worldview;
> be able to demonstrate an understanding of some of the key issues in Islamic thought and the contribution of important individuals to the development of Islamic thought; and
> be able to demonstrate self-guided reading and learning skills.

Should you wish to enrol in this course or as an audit student (no assignments) please contact Student Administration.
Phone: (+61 2) 8838 8914
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: 9 am – 5 pm (Mon – Fri)