a specialised knowledge of the historical, social, and cultural significance of religious traditions
pecialised knowledge of the ways in which specific religions and religious institutions are structured and regulated
an advanced ability to apply in practice their specialised knowledge on the complexity of different mentalities, social behaviours and aesthetic responses, as well as the interaction of theological ideas, religious beliefs, values, sacred texts, art forms, social data and politics,
an advanced ability to understand and evaluate new and developing forms of religious belief and practice with ecumenical spirit and reconciliation
Course Content (Syllabus)
Comparative study of the sacred canons and imperial laws in matters concerning the Orthodox faith, heretics the ecclesiastical jurisdiction, clergy, etc.