21-25 August, 2017

  • August 21 (9am-5pm)
  • August 22 (9am-5pm)
  • August 23 (12pm-8pm)
  • August 24 (9am-5pm)
  • August 25 (9am-5pm)

St Mary's Cathedral
Jalan Raja, Dataran Merdeka
50050 Kuala Lumpur
W.P. Kuala Lumpur

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the unit, students will
Know and understand
1. The Church as the people of God
2. Prayer, worship, and sacraments as the means of grace

Be able to 

A. Use the Bible theologically

B. Describe the main aspects of:

  1. The Church

  2. The ministry

  3. The sacraments

  4. Christian worship

  5. Prayer

C. Present evidence-based perspectives on the Church and means of grace

Be in a position to
1. Relate the doctrines of the Church and means of grace to their other theological studies
2. Use the doctrines of the Church and means of grace for personal understanding and in ministry contexts 



Section A: The People of God

  1. Kingdom and church

  2. The church: its nature, authority and mission

  3. Marks: notes, visibility and invisibility

  4. The nature and forms of ministry
  5. Denominations  

Section B: Prayer, Worship and Sacraments

  1. Word and Sacrament: efficacy and validity, the number of sacraments

  2. Christian initiation

  3. The Lord’s Supper

  4. Christian Worship

  5. Prayer 



Michael P. Jensen is an Australian author, lecturer and Anglican priest. He is currently the rector of St Mark's Anglican Church, Darling Point, formally a professor of theology at Moore College, Sydney and a son of the former archbishop of Sydney, Peter Jensen. Jensen is a prolific commentator in both religious and secular forums on a range of topics.