PHIL 6609 St. Paul and Philosophy (Spring: 3 )
This course will study the philosophical interest of Pauline thinking in relation to some recent interpreters (Agamben, Breton, Heidegger, Taubes) and in its own right. We will consider a reading of Paul as philosopher that resists and perhaps even provides basis for critique of his contemporary readers. Themes will includes faith and reason, Christianity and philosophy, flesh, law and spirit, and community.
Instructor(s): Jeffrey Bloechl
Last Updated: 26-Feb-15