Theology II: Theology and Ethic of the Land

THEO IS07 (3)

During this course students will be immersed in the wider creation in a retreat context with reading prior to and following the retreat. The experience of the beauty and hope of God as immanent within creation will be considered through Indigenous understandings of the land, and the relationship between science and faith. Students will engage current issues such as agriculture, conservation, land use and consumption of natural resources, gaining an understanding of the dual expressions of Indigenous and Hebrew constructs of shalom through which God blesses creation.
Course Code: THEO IS07 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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