Undergraduate Program, Comparative Theology
For current course offerings and their times and locations, please search the university's on-line catalogue.
Theology Core Courses
Comparative Theology core courses are taught among the offerings for the “Sacred Texts and Traditions” requirement. Students may take one course from this cluster to fulfill half of their theology core. The other course must come from the “Christian Theology” cluster. Individual comparative courses bring Christianity and a non-Christian religion into dialogue. Their individual titles reflect their focus.
- THEO1430 Buddhism and Christianity in Dialogue
- THEO1431 Islam and Christianity in Dialogue
- THEO1432 Hinduism and Christianity in Dialogue
- THEO1433 Chinese Religions and Christianity in Dialogue
- THEO1434 Judaism and Christianity in Dialogue
Comparative Theology electives are offered regularly by the Comparative Theology faculty. Course offerings change semester to semester and year to year, generally rotating on a two to three year cycle. Please see the webpages of the individual faculty members for a list of their typical courses.