MA Biblical Studies · To provide a programme of biblical studies suitable for master’s level, which will establish sound critical skills for the reading of biblical texts.
· To engage the student in a number of parallel reading methodologies with regard to Ol1
MA Canon Law · To provide a foundation in the origin And growth of the canon law and the ecclesiology embodied in the 1983 Code of Canon Law;
· To provide an outline of the different genres in the Code of Canon Law, and an appreciation of the emergence of me1
MA Christian Ethics The Programme relates Christian Ethics to contemporary debate and addresses the relationship between questions raised in contemporary society and the insights of the classical Christian tradition and modern ethical analysis. It offers poin1
MA Christian Spirituality Programme Aims
· To progress in critical understanding and knowledge of selected aspects of the Christian spiritual traditions.
· To explore and evaluate selected contemporary manifestations of Christian spiritual belief and practic1
MA Christian Theology -To provide an intellectual foundation in the central teachings of Christianity
-To provide the conceptual tools necessary to understand the Christian teachings about God, Jesus Christ, salvation, grace, Church and Israel.
-To enable s1
MA Christianity and Interreligious Relations The MA in Christianity and Interreligious Relations at Heythrop College offers a unique opportunity to reflect on the many ethical and political, as well as more obviously theological, questions which religion rais1
MA Pastoral Liturgy - To provide clergy and others involved in the pastoral aspects of liturgy today with a historical and theological formation appropriate to their needs and ministry
- to deepen knowledge of the main periods of Christian Liturgy and its arc1
MA Pastoral Theology Pastoral theology seeks to integrate the theoretical and the practical, theology and experience, faith and action. The aims of the Programme are:
-To foster critical examination of Christian life and ministry, both individual and corpora1
MA Philosophy The University of London MA in Philosophy is one of the most highly respected such degrees in Britain. The programme is regulated by the University of London Philosophy Subject Panel which sets the syllabus for all the courses making up the deg1
MA Philosophy and Religion Aims of the Degree
-To provide a foundation in reflective study of philosophical and theological questions relating to religious belief
-To provide the conceptual tools necessary for a critical and evaluative grasp of certain funda1
MA Psychology of Religion - To provide a foundation in Psychology of Religion by introducing students to a range of different psychological approaches to the study of religion;
- To appreciate some aspects of the history of the field and how that history has1
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