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Introduction to Teaching for Ministry

Code: DP8013L
Points: 24
Study mode: Face-to-face | Online

This unit involves students in the history of the Reformation era, so that they may better understand the Lutheran tradition as a movement for evangelical reform within the church catholic. Students will study the period from Christendom at the end of the Middle Ages, through the various European reformations to the end of the 16th century. This study will include: a special focus on the career of Martin Luther and the Lutheran reformation; the reform movements led by Zwingli and Calvin; the radical reformers; the expansion of the reformation movement in Europe; Catholic renewal; and the legacies of reformations.

Discipline: Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies

Study level: Postgraduate Foundational

Prerequisites

  • None

Availability

Further information

  • Refer to the current Student handbook for required texts.
  • Learning outcomes, assessment details and recommended texts are provided before the scheduled unit start date.