Beginning Theology (North West)
Beginning Theology

Would you love to study theology, or feel called to Christian leadership but don't know where to start? Maybe you are put off by a sense that you haven’t done much further study since school days, that essays and academia isn't for you, or English is not your first language? If any of this describes you, then Beginning Theology might just be what you need.

Beginning Theology offers flexible routes into theological study for anyone who is interested in discovering more about the Christian faith. No prior educational qualifications are required.

For aims, learning outcomes, the bibliography and further information click here.

Curriculum

Module 1

The Bible: Journeys of Faith

The Bible: Journeys of Faith explores the themes of calling, encounter, journey and covenant in the Old and New Testaments. It explores the Biblical narratives of faith journeys and encourages students to reflect on their own journeys in response to God’s call. The module focuses on the Book of Exodus as a key text of liberation, and considers how the Old Testament themes inform the Christian understanding of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection. This module is an ideal introduction to studying theology, equipping students with essential study skills.

Frequently asked questions

When will the course run?

Mondays, 9am – 12.30pm at Liverpool Cathedral, L1 7AZ

How will the day run?

The day will start with breakfast at 9am, followed by a time of worship from 9.30 – 10am. The session will run from 10am – 1pm.

How much does it cost?

The course costs £100 per person, per module.

Are bursaries available?

Financial assistance may be available for students experiencing financial hardship. If you would like to find out more, email Cathie.Higgins@stmellitus.ac.uk.

How do I apply?

Click here to apply.