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THEO 500

Systematic Theology Overview

Gain an introductory grasp of the central doctrines and tasks of Christian theology. Learn to think doctrinally in the context of our current moment, situating theology within the industrialized West's post-Christian context. Reflect on Christianity's central doctrines in relation to a contemporary society that's constituted by deep pluralisms and where the logic of Christian thought and praxis are often influenced by political ideologies and superficial doctrinal understandings. From this, develop a rich missional fidelity in our life with the world.

Note: This course is available for 1-2 credits and to audit under the title THEO 501: Christian Theology: An Introduction. 

Assignments for this course will be marked by a qualified grader. Dr. McGrath will be joining live via Zoom for the class sessions and interactions, but students are still welcome and encouraged to join us onsite. 


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Credit Hours:
3
Audit Hours:
0
Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites for this course.

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