Continuous Assessment: 40% / End of Semester Examination: 60%
- To introduce students to the dynamics of Revelation and Faith as understood in the Christian theological tradition.
- To appreciate significant contributions made by a number of theologians whom include Augustine, Aquinas, Newman, De Lubac, Congar, Latourelle, and Dulles.
- To underline the significance of key Church Councils in the understanding Revelation and Faith, such as Trent, Vatican I, and, particularly, Vatican II.
- To have a comprehensive understanding of the achievement of Dei Verbum and be able to discuss its significance in terms of the place of Faith in contemporary culture.
- — • To explain the terms Revelation and Faith and have an appreciation of how our understanding of these has developed over time.
- — • To articulate a theologically-informed understanding of Revelation and Faith, particularly as presented in Dei Verbum.
- — • To appreciate the complexity of the interaction between Scripture, Tradition, and Magisterium.
- — • To recognise the continuing relevance of Revelation and Faith in contemporary culture.