‘What is the nature of God?’ ‘How should we live our lives?’ ‘What is the point of prayer?’ ‘Who is Jesus Christ?’ and ‘how should we do theology’?

This course investigates classic responses to some of the most challenging theological questions through a tour of the life and works of some great theologians, including, amongst others, Augustine of Hippo, Julian of Norwich, Martin Luther, John Calvin, Karl Barth, James Cone and Delores Williams. Despite their differences and disagreements, these great theologians all share a deep conviction that God is a dynamic, living reality to be wrestled with in the midst of human history. Through a guided study of key texts in Christian theology, students will be challenged to consider how we might make sense of faith, God and society in the contemporary world.

This course can be taken as part of the Certificate in Theology and Certificate in Theology Plus. All sessions will be recorded and made available to students to watch through the next week, allowing students to catch up on sessions missed or re-watch classes.

When | Tuesday (and Thursday) evenings (21 Feb - 21 March), 7.30-c.9.15pm.

Please note that all classes take place on Tuesday evenings except in the w/c 13 March, when the class will be on Thursday 16 March instead of Tuesday 14 March. 

Where | Online via Zoom 

Cost | £70 

Tutor | Dr Robbie Leigh, Tutor in Theology

Course information and Zoom details will be sent out prior to the course starting. If you have any questions please email [email protected]

How to Book

You can book online here using the button below, or call the Box Office on 01727 890290. Tickets will be on sale until 12noon on the day of the first class. Please ensure that you provide a current email address when you book.