Carey Graduate School helps equip Christian leaders to deepen their knowledge through fresh and creative integrative theology. At Carey, integrative theology is applied theology.
We explore the interrelationship between Christian faith, practice, and contexts in order to understand God’s missional purposes for the renewal of individuals, communities, cultures and all creation. As a result, thesis topics can be wide ranging and deeply engaged in contemporary concerns of theology, the church, and God’s mission in our contexts. They draw from a range of research methodologies to enquire into the intersection of theology and lived reality. Our primary aim is to resource the church and society
with compelling insights into the redemptive possibilities of the Christian faith for our time and place. This approach invites disciplinary research within the field of theological study, as well as cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches that explore the intersection of theology and other academic disciplines.
The goal is to develop a body of rigorous theological research that will both inform and encourage ongoing consideration within the wider church.
Come and join a community of scholars, researchers and ministry practitioners as together we undertake research that is grounded in academically informed contextual and cultural reflection.
Nau mai, haere mai ki te kura paetahi ō Carey.