Spring 2015 Classes
|THE 110||Intro to the Bible (3 credits)||Mon / Wed. 9 – 10:15AM|
|THE 220||Faith and Justice (3 credits)||Mon / Wed. 3:30 – 4:45PM|
|THE 303||Church History (3 credits)||Mon / Wed. 1 - 2:45PM|
|THE 326||Christian Marriage (3 credits)||Mon 5:30 – 8:15PM|
|CTH / HIS 310||Catholicism & America (4 credits)|
|Mon / Wed 10:30 – 12:15PM|
THE 110 Intro to the Bible (3 credits)
This course examines the structure and content of the Bible in its historical, literary, and canonical contexts with attention to traditional and modern interpretive approaches and the Bible’s role in faith, life, and liturgy.
THE 220 Faith and Justice (3 credits)
This course explores Christian perspectives on the common good in light of challenges to peace and human dignity presented by the modern world, with special attention to Catholic social teaching.
THE 303 Church History (3 credits)
This course explores the history of the Church’s emergence, development, and growth in the apostolic, patristic, medieval, and Reformation periods as well as the mutual effects of Christianity’s engagement with various cultures.
THE 326 Christian Marriage (3 credits)
This course explores the development of Catholic thought regarding marriage, sex, and family; its sources in Scripture, Tradition, reason and nature; the covenantal and sacramental nature of marriage; and its corporal, spiritual, and personal dimensions, with attention to challenges presented by the modern world.
CTH / HIS 310 Catholicism & America (4 credits)
Examines the Catholic historical experience in America from colonization until the present. Consideration of how far Catholicism is compatible with American political and social values.