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Philosophy of the Human Person

Philosophy of the Human Person

  PHI 201. Philosophy of the Human Person In this course, students will be introduced to the philosophical study of the human person, with a special emphasis on achieving self-understanding through classical philosophical psychology. This class will explore the unity of soul and matter, the immortality of the soul, the meaning of human freedom, and role of the passions in human psychology. Students in this course will be equipped to: define and understand the most

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Introduction to Sacred Scripture

Introduction to Sacred Scripture

  Introduction to Sacred Scripture   This course is intended to prepare the student for subsequent study of the Bible by introducing the Bible through a presentation of its various literary forms and categories, its basic themes, its overall narrative thrust, and its overarching concern and message.  Viewed from the perspective of faith, approaches Scripture as a whole, unified work, at a supernatural level, while remaining faithful to issues regarding human authorship, specifics of historical

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Fundamental Theology

Fundamental Theology

  Fundamental Theology is broken into two parts: A 5-part Introduction (access to all lessons opens June 1) Fundamental Theology Introduction to Fundamental Theology: Sources and Methods In this course, students will be introduced to the basic sources employed by responsible theologians and how they ought to be approached and assessed according to a well-formed theological method. Students in this course will be equipped to: explain what is meant by the term “revelation” provide, in

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Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Philosophy

Introduction to Philosophy: The Unexamined Life is not Worth Living In this course, students will be introduced to the foundational ideas of perennial philosophy as well as its historical origins. Students in this course will be equipped to: define the meaning and importance of philosophy identify key figures in the development of classical philosophy define and demonstrate the foundational ideas of classical philosophy critically engage with the most fundamental philosophical errors of the modern world.

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