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REL 225 Overview

An historical and methodological overview of philosophical themes and concepts important in the study of religion and Christian theology, with emphasis on the modern and contemporary periods. The main objectives of the course are to become familiar with important philosophical figures, issues, and methods, and to gain an appreciation of the relation of these to a variety of contemporary approaches in theological study. Cross-listed with PL 225. Prerequisite: One course in religious studies or philosophy.

  • 3.00 Credits
  • REL

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Philosophy for Theology - 2020 Fall REL 225

An historical and methodological overview of philosophical themes and concepts important in the study of religion and Christian theology, with emphasis on the modern and contemporary periods. The main objectives of the course are to become familiar with important philosophical figures, issues, and methods, and to gain an appreciation of the relation of these to a variety of contemporary approaches in theological study. Cross-listed with PL 225.

Course Code: REL 225

8/24/2020 - 12/13/2020

Face to Face

Dominican HS only