This is Year B of the Exploring Theology two-year cycle.  In this year of Exploring Christian Belief, the aim is to illuminate the bigger picture in relation to developments and themes within the Christian tradition.  This term - Exploring the Christian History of Belief - considers the 2,000 year history of the Christian tradition, considering its departure from Judaism, the emergence of doctrine and schools of thought, traces debates about the nature of Christ, humanity, sin, religious authority, and ends with a move toward the Enlightenment and modern era. 

In this term we will be exploring further how Christians find a diversity of ways to live with the Bible, looking at how context, worldviews, the arts, and culture shape how we read and understand the text.

This term of Exploring Theology Year A offers a generative, and thought-provoking overview explorative overview of the New Testament scriptures. 

Exploring Theology’s Year A returns for 2021-2022 and focuses on gaining tools and understanding for rigorous, imaginative, faithful and fruitful encounter with the Scriptures. This term explores the Hebrew Scriptures known to Christians as the Old Testament.

This term will explore aspects of living in Christian faith, focusing on lived experience and putting faith into action through practical theology and ethical engagement with others and the world around us.

This year we are focusing on the diversity of history, approaches, and understandings found in Christianity. This term will focus on exploring Modern Developments in Theological Conversations where we consider specific thematic developments and questions in theology in the 20th & 21st centuries.

This is Year B of the Exploring Theology two-year cycle.  In this year of Exploring Christian Belief, the aim is to illuminate the bigger picture in relation to developments and themes within the Christian tradition.  This term - Exploring the Christian History of Belief - considers the 2,000 year history of the Christian tradition, considering its departure from Judaism, the emergence of doctrine and schools of thought, traces debates about the nature of Christ, humanity, sin, religious authority, and ends with a move toward the Enlightenment and modern era. 

This course is part of Sarum College's Exploring Theology foundational series and in this term, we are reflecting on the ways in which we are believers read, understand, and interpret the Bible.  We are delighted to have you learning with us!

This course is part of Sarum College's Exploring Theology foundational series and in this term, we are reflecting on the ways in which we are believers read, understand, and interpret the Bible.  It is offered to the Church of England Birmingham Diocese readers and we are delighted to have you learning with us!