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Theology, Religion and Society
|The Bible and Social Issues||Constructive Theology|
Genocide and Religion
Church in Society - for the transformation of the world
Sociology of Religion
Methods and Tools for Biblical Interpretation
Church in the World: Denominations and Ecumenism
|Judaism and Islam |
Christian Initiation: Faith, Baptism and The Holy Spirit
Introduction to Contemporary Mission Studies
Introduction to Religious Studies and Hinduism and Buddhism
Introduction to the History of Christianity
Introduction to the Social Sciences
Introduction to the Bible
Introduction to Systematic Theology
Examen facultatum: Critical Thinking and Academic Writing
|Semester.||10 ECTS||10 ECTS||10 ECTS|
What will you learn?
- has good knowledge of central topics in the fields of theology, religion and society.
- has knowledge of Bible, Christian history and Christian traditions as they are expressed in different denominations.
- has good knowledge of how religious traditions interact with and take part in society.
- has knowledge of a wide range of theological topics and an understanding of different methods for developing and discussing theology.
- has knowledge of sociological theories and methods.
- has knowledge of a variety of religions and the study of religion as an academic discipline.
- can discuss and synthesize knowledge from the perspectives of theology, religious studies and the social sciences.
- can interpret and analyze historical and contemporary social and religious phenomena.
- can find and use relevant theories to interpret social and religious practices.
- can reflect on their own and others’ academic work.
- can interpret biblical texts from a variety of theoretical perspectives.
- can analyze and discuss theological issues from historical, biblical and contemporary perspectives.
- can reflect on and express their own perspectives and opinions on topics related to faith, religion and social issues.
- can work independently and form arguments based on the systematic analysis of material.
- can write academic essays using scholarly literature and can reference literature correctly.
Bachelor of Theology.
Further studies and career opportunities
Students who complete the Bachelor in Theology program will be qualified for further studies at the Masters level in theology and religion, including all English language Master's degrees at MF - Norwegian School of Theology.
Students will be equipped for service in a wide range of settings within church and society, in a variety of work or volunteer positions. Students are especially prepared to work in churches or organizations dealing with social issues around the globe.
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