Kei ngā whakaraupapatanga o te whakaako kounga, te ako, te
rangahau, ngā whāinga hunga taketake a LaidLaw’s e raupine i ngā
tauira hei tūhura, ki te ao Māori. Mā tēnei ara, ka angitu ngā wawata,
kia mihamiha, kia whakaahu mō te iwi Māori te hunga taketake, me
ngā hua ki te āriatanga Karaitiana.
Drawing upon multidisciplinary quality teaching, learning and research, Laidlaw’s Indigenous Theology track draws students into an exploration of the Gospel in and through Indigenous contexts. In doing this, it aims to contribute to the growth and development of Māori and Indigenous peoples, and indigenous approaches to Christian theology.
The Indigenous Theology track can be taken as a part-time option within the Graduate Diploma
in Theology (GradDipTh) and can be combined with courses from the general GradDipTh. Some of the courses
that make up this particular track may also be taken as part of a Laidlaw undergraduate degree.
Options to take these courses for credit outside of a programme (Certificate of Proficiency) or
non-formally are also available.
Contact the School of Theology for more details about the Indigenous Theology track in the GradDipTh programme:
If you would like to discuss your study options or become a “Student for a Day” please contact:
For Henderson and Manukau:
Sue Davidson: firstname.lastname@example.org or 09 837 9769
Gill Pawson: email@example.com or 03 354 4270