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THEO 1017 Introduction to Christian Theology II (Spring: 3 )


Course Description

This is a two-semester course that fulfills the Theology core requirement. This sequence of courses considers significant questions in conversation with some of the most important writings in the tradition of Western Christian thought. Its purpose is to encourage students by drawing systematically on primary sources of historical significance to uncover the roots of the Christian faith and life and to delineate the values for which this tradition of faith stands. Students considering a minor course of study in the Faith, Peace, and Justice Program will find this course of special interest.


Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: Must take THEO1016 Introduction to Christian Theology I

Cross listed with:

Comments: This is Part II of a year long course where you must take both sections of Introduction to Christian Theology (THEO1016 and THEO1017) first Part I, then Part II to receive Core credit. There are no exceptions.


Last Updated: 18-Feb-15