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THEO 445 - Christian Anthropology

Using an historical approach, students will study the Christian understanding of the human person as created in God's image. Students will read primary sources in order to discover the ways that Christian thinkers in every era of Christianity have understood the origins, nature and destiny of the human person. While the emphasis will be on the Roman Catholic tradition, readings will include authors from other Christian traditions as well as authors writing from such theological perspectives as feminist theology and liberation theology. Prerequisite: at least one 100 or 200 level THEO course, or consent of instructor.

THEO 445 - Christian Anthropology - Details

Prerequisite
None
Credits
3
Offered:
Fall