Systematic Theology

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.

Fall 2016 Courses

THEO 5599 A Theology of Food: Eating, Drinking, and the Eucharist (Bergin)

THEO 7624 Vatican II: History, Interpretation, Reception (Gaillardetz)

THEO 7654 Theology in a Secular Age (Robinette)

THEO 7968 Theological Anthropology (Hinsdale)

THEO 7969 Suffering, Solidarity, and the Cross (Copeland)

THEO 8818 Theology of Historical Praxis (Lawrence)

Spring 2017 Courses

THEO 5350 Sacraments as Prophetic Actions (Bergin)

THEO 5429 Theology and Ecology (Hinsdale)

THEO 5556 Mystery of God (Prevot)

THEO 7598 Lonergan's Christology

THEO 7660 Hans Urs von Balthasar (Prevot)

THEO 7676 Theological Aesthetics (Goizueta)

THEO 7694 Early Modern Theology (M. Himes)

THEO 8630 Authority in the Church (Gaillardetz)

THEO 8819 Jerusalem and Athens: Foundational Methodology (Lawrence)