TD308 - Eschatology
General Information
Course Type On Campus
Course Category T02 Fundamental and Dogmatic Theology
Description Teaching Objective:
This course aims to explore the fulfilment of God’s salvation; Eschatology is not only a discipline of systematic theology, but also a fundamental dimension of the Christian faith, and an inner dimension of theology and of life.

Teaching Content:
The course will study:
- the biblical concept of eschatology;
- how the eschatology of God was realized in the historical event of Jesus;
- the already and not yet tension of eschatology;
- the social dimension of eschatology: the second coming of Christ, the resurrection of the dead, the final judgment and the new heaven and earth;
- the personal dimension of eschatology: theology of death, heaven, hell and purgatory.
- eschatological fulfilment includes personal, social and cosmic dimensions.

Teaching Mode:
Lecture and Personal Reading

Assessment Mode:
College Organization Structure THEOLOGY DIVISION
Course Tuition Fee 1150.00
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