In the previous course on Christology we have looked primarily at the Jesus of the Gospels, particularly the Synoptic Gospels: his life, death, and resurrection. We now will look more closely at how Jesus Christ, following upon his resurrection, and the disciples’ experience of the risen Jesus, gets handed on,-first within the New Testament itself by St. Paul and the Gospel of John,- but then later in the early Church picking up with those themes and developing them,- and also clarifying them in its conciliar teaching.
ECTS Credits: 6Professor: Donald Goergen
This course can only be followed with tutoring on the on line campus (150 Euros).
Educational achievements :
At the end of this course, students will have:
- Excellent foundation for continuing their studies
- Acquired experience and confidence in reading, comprehension and text analysis.
- Students will be able to use it in other courses or projects.
Evaluation methods :
Students will be provided a written assignment (between 3 and 5 pages) by treating a subject to choose from those proposed.
- Deut 6: 4-9 Is 7:14 Is 42: 1-4 Is 52:13 - 53:12
- Romans 11: 33-36 1 Cor 2:9 1 Cor 15
- Mark 1:35-38 Mark 8: 27-30 Mark 10:45 Mark 14:36 2 Cor 5: 1-5 Phil 2: 6-11 Gal 4:6 John 1:14 John 10:30 Acts 2:36
- Hebrews 4: 15 1 Tim 2:4 Eph 1: 3-10 Col 1: 15-20
Table of Contents
1. Pauline Christology
2. Johannine Christology
3. Patristic Theology
4. Chalcedonian Christology
5. The Incarnation and the Christology of Thomas Aquinas