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TMST 8062 Seminar: Reconciliation in A World of Conflict (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

The twentieth century's legacy is marked by social conflict and war: more than 200 million people killed because of political repression, ethnic or religious wars. Enlisting a theological lens, this seminar examines the Christian resources and contribution to the problem of reconciliation. After examining the most important secular approaches to the problem of personal and social conflict, we will focus on the main Christian theologies of reconciliation, including the works of Robert Schreiter, Miroslav Volf, John de Gruchy, and Jon Sobrino. Their theologies will be examined through individual case studies of the Balkan region, South Africa, and El Salvador.

Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Ernesto Valiente

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 27-Feb-18