an advanced and critical comprehension of the mechanisms by which religious faith may influence and inform the ethics, outlook, and behaviour of individuals and communities,
specialised knowledge of the ways in which specific religions and religious institutions are structured and regulated,
an advanced and critical comprehension of the interaction between the Orthodox Tradition, other Christian denominations, religions and societies, both historically and in the contemporary world
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 issues relevant to the organization and management of the main Christian confessions or major religions. They are analyzed for example the central and regional organization of religious communities, the position of the clergy and the laity, the mysteries, the church property, relations with the State.