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College of Arts and Sciences

Systematic Theology

theology department

Systematic theology raises key questions of truth and understanding about the mysteries of religious faith and our knowledge and expressions of that faith within the Catholic tradition, in other Christian Churches, and in some of the world’s other great religions.

Faculty

Doctoral Seminars

20th Century Theology (M. Himes)

Authority in the Church (Gaillardetz)

Christ's Knowledge (Lawrence)

Early Modern Theology (M. Himes)

Ecclesiology and Postmodernity (Gaillardetz)

Feminist Theologies and Theory (Hinsdale)

God and Creation (Robinette)

Grace and Freedom (Lawrence)

Hans Urs von Balthasar (Prevot)

Marriage and Family (Gaillardetz)

Methods in Theology (Copeland)

Mystical Theology (Prevot)

Theological Aesthetics (Goizueta)

Theological Anthropology (Hinsdale)

Theology and Culture (Goizueta)

Theology and Phenomenology (Prevot)

Theology and Science (Robinette)

Theology and the Body (Copeland)

Theology as Political (Copeland)

Theology in a Secular Age (Robinette)

Theology of Schillebeeckx (Hinsdale)

Vatican II (Gaillardetz)