Review of the debates of enculturation/ assimilation, inculturation, and multiculturalism, and proposal of intercultura!lty as alternative paradigm for constructive ethical and theological inquiry. This seminar format course draws from the multiple ethnic and cultural voices of Christianity, and attempts to create new intercultural spaces of ethical & theological reflection. Through exploration of key terms, themes, and authors, students will be challenged to develop and foster persona! skills in discerning the role their cultural background plays in their own religious tradition and theoethical ideas, as we!! as how it impacts their engagement of other cultural and religious traditions. Students wi!I develop key sensibilities toward greater intercultural competence.
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Basic Ethis or Theology
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