Introducing our MLitt Theology, Worldview, and Culture

Our new taught masters programme begins this September, and will be an opportunity to explore the relationship between theology and worldview, the importance of the doctrine of creation for Christian theology, and the way in which Christian traditions have conceived of the concept of culture.

Our new taught masters programme is a great opportunity for ministers and church workers, along with theologically-informed professionals, public servants, artists, and businesspeople to be equipped with the skills and knowledge to analyse and understand the contemporary cultural landscape. It's a great opportunity to go deep into God's word, while also reflectivley engaging with the world around us. 

Here are some highlights of the course:

  • Full time over 1 year, or part time over 3.
  • A biannual in-person weekend retreat in the Highlands.
  • Study culture & society, and conduct a historical survey of Reformed approaches
  • Modules taught by: Dr Mark Stirling, Professor Mark Elliott, Rev Dr David Kirk, and Dr Jamie Grant
  • The degree is delivered on-line, with seminar timings to suit a busy working life

If you're interested in this course and would like to explore it further, you can head over to our annoucement page for more information.