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Christology

Christology

This course is designed to advance the students’ understanding of the theological problems surrounding the Person and place of Jesus Christ in theology.  Students will be expected to engage in theological exploration of these problems surrounding the human and historical reality of Jesus of Nazareth in relation to the claims the Church makes surrounding his divinity, his place in salvation, and his significance for the final outcome of God’s act of creation.  As we explore

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Introduction to Practical Theology

Introduction to Practical Theology

This course is included as Exclusive Content for subscribers at the Scholar and Fellow level. Introduction to Practical Theology: Personal, Parish, and Diocesan Ministry in the Church In this introductory course, we want to orient ourselves to the world from the perspective of the Church. We want to humbly approach the work of whichever ministry we are involved in with the mind of the Church. We want to think, live, and act with the whole

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Ancient Philosophy

Ancient Philosophy

In many ways ancient philosophy sets the agenda and foundations for all subsequent developments in the history of philosophy. In this course, students will be introduced to the major figures and ideas of ancient philosophy. This course will set the stage for subsequent lessons in both the history of philosophy and systematic philosophy. This course will include discussions of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and Augustine among others. Students in this course will be equipped to: –

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Introduction to Moral Theology

Introduction to Moral Theology

This course presents an overview of the basic elements of moral theology in the Catholic tradition.  Students who complete this course should be prepared to think about the moral universe from a Catholic perspective, anticipating the kinds of questions that might be asked and kinds of arguments that might be made by those who seek to advance one or another thesis in a way that would be consistent with Catholic thought.  In this way, the

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