About This CourseThis module examines the distinctive features of Methodist doctrine as theological reflection embedded in the praxis of Methodism and directed towards personal, communal and social transformation. Contents: The module provides an overview of the major theological loci from a Methodist perspective. It critically examines the roots of the distinctive Methodist perspective in the writings of Wesley and provides constructive formulation of this perspective in dialogue with contemporary theology both within and without the Methodist tradition.
- Participation in the block seminar concluding the course and satisfactory completion of all course exercises.
- To have read the Book of Discipline 2016 Part III: “Doctrinal Standards and our Theological Task” before the course starts
- To undertake each week to:
- Read the introduction to the topic on the e-Academy website
- Read and evaluate the prescribed texts
- Complete all on-line exercises
- Submit a final paper of 3000 words if working at a Bachelors level or 5000 if working at a Masters level.