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Department of Fundamental & Dogmatic Theology

This department seeks to present a systematic reflection on foundational issues in theology: God’s revelation to humanity, especially in Jesus Christ; the conditions that lead human beings to experience this self-communication by God and their response to it; and the sharing of this experience through preaching and the liturgy in the life of the Christian community

Drawing on the data obtained from scripture and tradition, the department – through various study-units – seeks to present and examine in a coherent way the major doctrines of Christianity: the triune God, christology, humanity and the individual’s experience  in the light of revelation (christian anthropology), salvation and other religions, the community founded by Christ (the Church), ecumenical relations, the sacraments and the role of the Virgin Mary and the saints in the plan of salvation.

While presenting the teaching of the Church through the ages, the stimulating opinions of theologians from different contexts and continents are studied with interest and reflected upon. The intention of the members of the Department is to bring the light of the Christian tradition to contemporary culture and present faith and believing as still relevant to present-day society and to all the issues that continue to challenge human living.

The Spirit of the Reformation: 500 Years On
The Spirit of the Reformation: 500 Years On - An International Conference organised by the Faculty of Theology - 27-28 October 2017

Augustinian Institute Academic Year 2017-18

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Dissertation Logbook
The Dissertation Logbook can be found here.

Quick Guide for using the Chicago Style
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