This interdisciplinary programme examines the role of theological expression in how culture shapes our experience of God’s work.
Theology is expressed through signs, symbols, metaphors, myths and stories.
Drawing upon resources from both sides of the Atlantic, this programme offers an interdisciplinary examination of such theological expressions to develop a fuller picture of how culture shapes our experience of God’s work in the world.
Throughout the course, we develop creative ways of imaginatively engaging with theology and culture to deepen theological understanding and enliven faith practices.
The MA in Theology, Imagination and Culture is validated by the University of Winchester.
Join us for one of our free postgraduate study taster days to get a first-hand view of the Sarum learning experience.
- Programme Descriptor
- Programme Leaflet
- Full List of Modules
- Postgraduate Programme Structure
- Taster Days
For all postgraduate enquiries please contact the Academic Administrator
firstname.lastname@example.org | 01722 424827 | 01722 424800 (main reception)
The programme leader for the MA in Theology, Imagination and Culture is Dr Colin Greene.
How to Apply
We recruit until the programme is full and up until the first core module of each programme (12 October 2015 for the MA in Theology, Imagination and Culture).