BSTH 394 (3)
Examines the history of the Christian theological tradition on human nature and marriage and examines recent work in theological anthropology that attempts to give an adequate account of human sexual differentiation and male-female relations. Some attention will be given to the implications of a theology of marriage for issues such as family planning, contraception, abortion, fertility enhancement technology, genetic engineering, homosexuality, divorce and remarriage. Prerequisites: BSTH 101, 102.
Course Code: BSTH 394 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course