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TITLE Christology and Mariology

LEVEL 04 - Years 4, 5 in Modular UG or PG Cert Course


DEPARTMENT Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology, including Ecumenism

DESCRIPTION Pre-requisite:

Undergraduate studies in Theology

The unit studies the mystery of the Incarnate Word and analyses the earthly mission of Jesus which culminates in his saving death and resurrection. The identity of Jesus, Son of God and Son of Man, is presented. The role of Mary in the plan of salvation history is also highlighted, as are the Marian dogmas.

Reading list:

- CANTALAMESSA R., Mary, Mirror of the Church, Bangalore 1998.
- DUPUIS J., Who Do You Say I Am?, Maryknoll/NY 1994.
- KASPER W., Jesus the Christ, Tunbridge Wells - Mahwah/NJ 1976.
- MOLTMANN J., The Crucified God, London 1974.


Assessment Component/s Resit Availability Weighting
Examination (3 Hours) Yes 100%

LECTURER/S Hector Scerri

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