Death

Semester 2
Day Class
Available Online

We humans simply have to talk about death! But what exactly is death? How shall we talk about it in ways that are honest, meaningful, and responsible? In this unit, students will undertake a theological investigation into the subject of death utilising the resources of Christian belief and significant thinkers in the Western tradition: from the ancient Greek poets and playwrights through to the cultural critics and philosophers of modernity.

Code
Undergraduate: CT3011W (Classroom) or CT3711W (Online)
Postgraduate: CT9011W (Classroom) or CT9711W (Online)
Level
Undergraduate and Postgraduate
Discipline
Systematic Theology (CT)
Field
Christian Thought and History (C)
Prerequisites
Undergraduate: 36 points (two standard units) in CT
Postgraduate: 48 points (two standard units) in CT
Online
Yes
Faculty
Jason Goroncy   view profile >
Class Time
Three hours per week