DOMUNI UNIVERSITAS

Interfaith and Ecumenism

Interfaith and Ecumenism

Credits: 15

Diploma : Interfaith and Ecumenism

Access: There are no prerequisites for these short courses. The course material is university level.

Length of Studies: Students have 24 months from the date of enrolment in which to validate the diploma.

Validation: Each of the five courses is assessed by a 5 page written assignment. The diploma is worth 15 ECTS.

Diploma : Interfaith and Ecumenism

This diploma offers the opportunity to explore Christianity alongside other world religions. Our multi-cultural and multi-faith society often put us in daily contact with those of different beliefs. An interest and understanding in other faiths can go a long way in building relationships.

Interfaith and Ecumenism

- Jesus Christ and the world religions
- Thomas Aquinas and Muslim Tradition
- Monasticism in Buddhism and in the Catholic Church
- The Origins of the Quran 1
- Ecclesiology
 

List of Courses

Jesus Christ and the World Religions

Jesus Christ and the World Religions

The Unique and Universal Mediation of Jesus Christ in Relation to the Theology of Religions

Thomas Aquinas and Muslim Tradition

Thomas Aquinas and Muslim Tradition

Thomas never refers to Muslims by their name. Given that, as was already stated, Islam in Mediaeval times was not considered as another religion different from Christianity, but rather as a heresy or some aberrant form of the Christian faith...

Monasticism in Buddhism and in the Catholic Church

Monasticism in Buddhism and in the Catholic Church

Common elements of Monasticism in Myanmar Buddhism and in the Latin Catholic Church, in preparation for an Interreligious Dialogue : a Comparative Study

The Origins of the Quran I

The Origins of the Quran I

This course introduces to the history of the text of the Quran, to its language and style, and to the traditional "Qur'anic sciences".

Ecclesiology

Ecclesiology

This course explores the mystery of the Church as seen in the light of Vatican II. The basic document is Lumen Gentium. The aim is to examine questions regarding origin, nature, structure, and mission of the Church. At the end of the course, the students will have a better understanding of the the nature, the structure, the work of the Church, and a better understanding of the ecclesiological teaching of the Second Vatican Council.