God, Humanity and Difference THL245 ( Bachelor of Theology) is being taught at United Theological College Sydney in 2018 Session 2.
This subject examines the role, status, being and vocation of humanity through the Christian scriptures and its theological tradition. It critically engages with traditional issues within theological anthropology: the interpretation of the imago Dei, sin and evil, futility and death, grace and salvation. The relation between the doctrine of humanity and the doctrine of God is considered. The universalist claims of theological anthropology are examined in the light of particular interests. Insights from feminist, postcolonial, ecological, queer and liberation theologies will be incorporated for their contribution to this topic.
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