THEO 0537 (3)
Exposes students to important shifts and trends in contemporary Christian thought and provides an enriching context for discussion and theological reflection. The central theme of the course is doing theology contextually. We will be examining the relationship between context and theology, both observing how context inevitably (and rightly) shapes the practice of theology and probing the limitations of context for faithful theological reflection. Four themes will serve as test cases for analyzing the relationship between context and theology: missional ecclesiology, science and Christian faith, liberation theology, and sex and gender. Prerequisite: THEO 0531.
Course Code: THEO 0537 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course