CAS Ecumenical Studies
• Study the issues at stake in the ecumenical movement through an interdisciplinary approach linking theory and practice • Understand the nature of the ecumenical studies as well as their place in a local, national and international society • Strengthen knowledge on ecumenical biblical hermeneutics, ecumenical missiology, ecumenical social ethics and ecumenical theology • Understand the past, present and future challenges of the ecumenical debate • Become aware of interdisciplinary approach of the ecumenical studies • Find constructive solutions linking theory to practice • Integrate in an ecumenical reflection
An intensive one-semester of study, research and community life
5 compulsory modules: Core Course on the History of the Ecumenical Movement • Workshop on Intercultural Bible Study • Workshop on Practical Theology • Ecumenical Study Visits • Intensive Thematic Seminar
One module chosen out of the following: Ecumenical Biblical Hermeneutics • Ecumenical Missiology • Ecumenical Social Ethics • Ecumenical Theology
Diploma delivered jointly with
University bachelor’s degree certificate in Christian theology, or in a closely related discipline.