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Masters degrees in Theology examine fundamental questions to do with Christian faith, revelation and grace, attempting to deepen postgraduate students’ understanding of the nature of the divine.
Related specialisms include Religious Studies, Biblical Studies and Christian Theology. Programmes award a few different kinds of Masters, including the Master of Arts (MA), Master of Theology (MTh), Master of Letters (MLitt) and Master of Philosophy (MPhil).
By studying a Masters in Theology, you’ll be getting to grips with a set of complex religious concepts involving ethics, belief and the nature of God. Some courses even give you the opportunity to learn an ancient language like Hebrew or Aramaic, adding an extra dimension to your studies.
The critical skills you’ll develop will be applicable beyond the field of religion, however: proficient critical thinkers are in demand across many sectors, including publishing, the law, government (local and central) and academia. Of course, you’ll also be well-placed to work in a religious organisation.
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Drawing on the compassionate values and insights of the Christian faith to contribute to the welfare of society. What is the public relevance of Christian beliefs and doctrines in today’s society? Systematic theology deals in general with the meaning and implications of Christian doctrines. Read more
Looking to build upon your Bachelor's degree in Theology or Religious Studies? Or perhaps you are engaged in pastoral work and seeking to deepen your theoretical insights? Where better than at KU Leuven, where theology has been taught and practised for nearly 600 years? KU Leuven's Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies has always acted as a think tank within the Catholic community. Read more
Theology students today are faced with the momentous task of contributing to modern culture. This requires a thorough and interdisciplinary academic training. Read more
It is often said that the age in which we live is characterised by a "crisis of meaning". Many people sense the lack of clearly defined frameworks of beliefs and practices which would help to make sense of their work, relationships, and leisure. Read more
This course involves the study of historical and systematic theology from a range of Christian perspectives. Durham has long-established strengths in both Greek and Latin patristics, the medieval Church and Reformation, contemporary Catholic and Anglican theology, theological ethics, and philosophical theology. Read more
Supervision in Theology can be offered in areas such as Biblical studies; Patristics; Church History; History and Interpretation of Christian doctrine; Systematics/Constructive Theology; Modern Theology and Philosophy, Theology and Sexuality; Theology and Theatre/Performance Studies, Political Theology and Black Theology. Read more
This course focuses on the Catholic theological tradition, within the more general context of Christian theology. Durham has a strong interest in and engagement with contemporary Catholicism, with a Centre for Catholic Studies and the Bede Chair in Catholic Theology. Read more
The MA in Theology and Religion serves both the specific needs of those focused on progressing towards doctoral research and looking to continue relatively broad-based studies in Theology and Religion to Level four, perhaps in support of a career in teaching. Read more
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