Modern Theology

— BSTH 367 (3)

Examines the development of Christian theology from the seventeenth to the twentieth centuries, including post-Reformation scholasticism; the influence of the Enlightenment thought on theology; the rise of liberal Protestantism; the fundamentalist reaction to liberal theology; various developments in Roman Catholic theology, especially with regard to its relationship to modernity; and the theological revolution initiated by Karl Barth in the first half of the twentieth century. Prerequisites: BSTH 101, 102, 270.
Course Code: BSTH 367 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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