THEO 342: Jesus Christ: Yesterday, Today and Forever A consideration of the question, "Who is Jesus of Nazareth?", and a study of the answers to that question presented by the Scriptures, ecclesiastical tradition and classic and contemporary theology. 3 credits THEO 344: The Theology of Church A study of the origins, nature, structure and role of the Church, with special emphasis on the theological insights of the II Vatican Council. 3 credits THEO 345: The Theology of Worship A study of Christian worship in its christological, ecclesial and sacramental dimensions.
THEO 346: Women and the Pilgrim Church A study of women's contribution in Scripture, Theology, and the Church from the Church's origins to contemporary times. 3 credits THEO 347: The Theology of Marriage This course is a study of the Judeo-Christian understanding of marriage in its various aspects: biblical, theological, psychological, and canonical. It will concentrate on the following topics: defining marriage, God and marriage, marriage preparation, and issues surrounding marriage today. 3 credits THEO 350: Current Problems in Moral Theology A presentation of principles of Christian moral theology as revealed in Sacred Scriptures and the Tradition of the community of believers. The principles, in turn, will be applied to specific and concrete moral issues raised by contemporary culture and society that are confronting the individual and social conscience of the human community so as to suggest an appropriate Christian response. 3 credits THEO 361: Christianity and World Religions: Western Traditions This course will consider the teachings of the monotheistic world religions (Christianity, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Islam) in the context of Christian belief, emphasizing both the openness of a post-conciliar Catholicism to insights from other faiths, points of similarity in beliefs and in practice between Christianity and other religions, and also the distinctiveness of other religious traditions. 3 credits THEO 362: Christianity and World Religions: Eastern Traditions This course will consider the teachings of the South and East Asian world religions, as well as primal (pre-literate) religions, in the context of Christian belief, emphasizing both the openness of a post-conciliar Catholicism to insights from other faiths, points of similarity in beliefs and in practice between Christianity, and other religions, and also the distinctiveness of other religious traditions. 3 credits THEO 390-394: Special Topics
THEO 395-399: Independent Study
THEO 400: Senior Seminar A research seminar of faculty and senior majors. (Required of all senior majors)
Theology Curriculum (Numerals in front of courses indicate credits)
FRESHMAN Fall First-Year Seminar College Composition/LENG 111
Spring Crit Analysis & Comp/LENG 112 Protestant Tradition/LTHE 225