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This foundational course is offered for Catechists or the interested adult who wishes to investigate into the person of Jesus Christ, the incarnate Word of God and the fulfillment of God’s plan for salvation.Using the Catechism of the Catholic Church as its primary resource, this course will give a general overview of the Church’s understanding of the mission of Jesus Christ as the foundation for any catechetical instruction.This approach will offer the student the opportunity to explore the mystery of Jesus Christ as the fulfillment of the Old Testament revelation; the Gospel’s confession of Christ as true God and true man, the apostolic kerygma and catechesis of Christ, and the conciliar confessions of faith in Christ as Son and Savior.The student will be given the opportunity to begin to explore the personal and pastoral implications of the incarnation - suffering, forgiveness and eternal life.The role of Mary as co-redemptrix will also be examined.
To identify the important terminology associated with the study of Christology
To formulate an personal understanding of the Eucharist
To engage select themes of Scripture pertaining to Christology
To distinguish Christological heresies and their relevance on today’s culture
To distinguish the contributions of Councils which addressed themes of Christology
To articulate Christological dimensions of Marian doctrines
To explain succinctly the person and nature of Jesus
To explain the significance and pastoral implications of the Incarnation
To explain the meaning of the paschal mystery of Jesus and its impact on salvation
To understand the significance of the Christian understanding of death
To appreciate the unique role of the Christianity within secular society
To understand the need for an organized developmental approach to catechesis
Catechism of the Catholic Church