L1.1 Thinking Theologically in the 21st Century
June 13, 2017 in PATHWAYS Courses
In this course, participants will learn how to reflect critically on their lives and the world around them using the categories of traditional Christian theology. They will learn to differentiate between embedded and deliberative theologies, articulate their own theologies using the categories of traditional Christian theology, differentiate between their own theologies and those of others, and reflect on the importance of doing theology in community.
This course is designed to address the following Marks of Faithful and Effective Authorized Ministers:
Personal and Professional Formation for Ministry
2. A sense of theological identity and authority, while being responsive to the opinions and values of others, including those whom the Member will serve.
Knowledge and Skills for Ministry, General Knowledge and Skills
4. To perceive how a person’s perspectives and interests shape communication, and to appreciate the virtues and limitations of those perspectives and interests