THEO 13183-5: Foundations of Theology - Grillo

Instructor: Jennie Grillo

Theology University Seminar

What are the foundations of a faith lived with reason? This course examines the load-bearing beams in the architecture of Christian thought – the Scriptures of Old and New Testament and major post-biblical developments in doctrine and worship – and tests out the structural relationships between them which frame the great cathedral of Christian faith and learning. Students will deepen and refine the way they understand and use theological categories like creation, humanity, sin, grace, sacrament, Scripture, death, and life. Our enquiry will be closely based on primary sources, working from the conviction that the best writing develops in close relationship with reading and with conversation.

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