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THEO 1700 Theological Inquiry (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course introduces students to the study of theology in an academic setting. With a focus on theology as a process of open-ended inquiry, the course explores such topics as God, faith, symbol, doctrine, reason, transcendence, love, suffering, death, and the cultivation of spiritual and ethical practices in view of human flourishing. While working primarily within the Judeo-Christian tradition, the course draws upon insights from other religious traditions as well as other academic disciplines. One part of a two-course sequence: students taking this course will enroll in a Core Renewal Theology course in the other semester of the academic year.


Instructor(s): Brian Robinette

Prerequisites: None

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Comments: One part of a two-course sequence: students taking this course will enroll in a Core Renewal Theology course during the other semester of the academic year.
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Last Updated: 15-Nov-16