ADTH 100101 Biblical Heritage I: Old Testament
An introduction to the literature, religious ideas and historical setting of the Hebrew Bible. The focus is on major biblical concepts such as creation, election and covenant in the pentateuch, historical and prophetic books.
Thurs 6:15–9:15, Sept 3–Dec 17, John Darr
ADTH 1016 Introduction to Christian Theology I
This course considers significant questions in conversation with some of the most important writings in the tradition of Western Christian thought. Its purpose is to encourage students by drawing systematically on primary sources of historical significance to uncover the roots of the Christian faith and life and to delineate the values for which this tradition of faith stands.
ADTH101601 Tue 6:15–9:15, Sept 1–Dec 15, James Weiss
ADTH101602, Mon 6:15–9:15, ONLINE Aug 31–Dec 14, Eric Severson
ADTH 300001 Conciliar Traditions of the Catholic Church I: From Jerusalem to Trent
This course is the first in a two-course sequence, which offers a comprehensive introduction to the conciliar tradition of the Roman Catholic Church. This first course covers the period beginning with the first-century Council of Jerusalem and ending with the sixteenth-century Council of Trent, offering an historically-schematized overview of the ecumenical and Catholic councils of the period in question. This course attends to the evolution of councils as a means for church governance, decision-making, and conflict resolution. It also attends to the central doctrinal developments which the councils generated, including such doctrines as the Trinity, Christology, Eucharist, Church, papacy, sin-grace. Finally, the course situates these conciliar traditions within their wider historical, political, and cultural contexts. In this way, the course provides a comprehensive introduction to the history of the Catholic church and its central theological tenets.
Tues 6:15–9:15, Sept 1–Dec 15, Boyd Coolman
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