Theology is an ancient academic field that has a lasting and significant social impact all over the world today. Students learn about the intellectual foundations of religious traditions as well as the social and cultural contexts in which religious beliefs and practices take place. students need to engage in history and philosophy, become a textual and literary critic, and a linguist in order to fully engage with the challenges generated by the critical study of Theology and Religion. The variety of subjects that may be encountered on the course makes learning exciting and challenging and ensures that our graduates are adaptable and skilled in a variety of areas.
Religion refers to any cultural system of worship that connects humanity to the supernatural or transcendental. Theology is the critical study of the nature of the divine; more broadly, religion refers to any cultural system of worship that connects humanity to the supernatural or transcendental. Theology is the systematic study of God, religious belief, and faith. Subfields of theology differ as per the philosophical and theological beliefs and practices around the world and are incorporated within all of five major traditions of the world, namely Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, and Judaism. Theology and religious students might pursue their careers as authors, teachers, activists, historians, social workers, ethicists, and many more.