Short Courses

Theological Method

R 2 200
Instructor: 

Professor Jakub Urbaniak

Duration & Time: 
6 January – 10 January 2020, 08h30 – 16h30 (unless otherwise specified)

 

This course introduces students to method in theology through a historical, descriptive and systematic analysis of the tasks and methods of theology. It will consider the development, function, and value of various types of theological method in differing contexts, including those of the present era. It seeks to provide insight into theological method as a whole, as well as those analytical-critical skills essential in evaluation of past and present methodologies. It will also establish the fundamental criteria and foundational principles required for a creative response to present complex questions of theological method.
Content:

  1. The necessity for theological method.
  2. The history of theological method.
  3. Types and modes of theological method.
  4. Contemporary epistemological challenges to theological method.
 

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Please deposit the amount into the St Augustine Bank Account. Kindly reference your deposit with your SURNAME and the name of the Course (eg. Social and Political Ethics). Please email your proof of payment to shortcourses@staugustine.ac.za 

 

Name of Bank Standard Bank of South Africa
Account Holder’s Name: St Augustine College of South Africa
Address of Bank: 258 Beyers Naude Drive, Black Heath, Northcliff, Johannesburg
Account Number: 02 251 79 28
Branch Code: 006305

 

For more details, please contact Mrs Petru HARRISON on p.harrison@staugustine.ac.za or 011 380 9011.
 

To register for this short course, please complete the online registration form below: 

 

Online registration form