The learning outcomes of this Unit are:
1. To know how to identify the direct sources for research in Theology
2. To exercise in the direct reading of patristic sources
3. To provide training for personal research and networking, from classic Christian sources, around a common scientific project, as well as for communicating quality results
4. To know how to handle the instruments and methodologies in the area of patristic studies.
5. To practice the historical-critical methodology and the new hermeneutics specific to these sources, in an interdisciplinary climate.
6. To be able to probe new fields and viable research strategies for one’s personal projects.