This course addresses basic Christological issues as articulated by Aquinas in the Summa and Summa contra Gentiles. These include, but are not limited to: one divine Person with two natures, the hypostatic union and inferences from it, the prerogatives of Christ’s human nature, issues of redemption, and the three offices of Christ. Scripture and the writings of John Paul II and Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger are used.
This series of lectures provides both a historical and systematic study of the person of Christ, with a deep reflection on how Christ was presented in the Old and the New Testaments.
The course includes:
12 25-minute lectures
12 written lessons, which expand on the video lectures
Extra reading and writing assignments (optional)
Unlimited access to the course
Christology was recorded in 2003 as part of the International Catholic University Classics Collection.TCT Courses proudly has received the rights to offer this timeless course by Michael Dauphinais, Ph.D.to a wider audience.
Michael Dauphinais, Ph.D. is the Dean of Faculty at Ave Maria University. He received his doctorate in Systematic Theology from the University of Notre Dame and is a member of the American Academy of Religion. He is the author of several books, including: The Common Good and the Body of Christ: St. Thomas and the Catholic Worker, and Knowing the Love of Christ: An Introduction to the Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas.