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TITLE Theology of Salvation

LEVEL 01 - Year 1 in Modular Undergraduate Course


DEPARTMENT Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology, including Ecumenism

DESCRIPTION Pre-requisite:

Knowledge of philosophy or related studies

The aim is to address from a theological perspective the context wherein salvation emerges as a basic human aspiration. The unit identifies the features which specify the uniqueness of Christ as the sole mediator of salvation, as well as the role of the Christian Church and its mission to continue Christ's presence and action in the world in the midst of religious pluralism.

Reading list:

- DUPUIS J., Jesus Christ at the Encounter of World Religions, New York 1991.
- SULLIVAN F.A., Salvation Outside the Church? Tracing the History of the Catholic Response, New York 1992.


Assessment Component/s Resit Availability Weighting
Examination (2 Hours) Yes 100%

LECTURER/S Rene Camilleri
Pauline Dimech

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