Critical examination of issues, methods, and practices in theology focused on the development of the Roman Catholic doctrinal tradition within diverse, secular, multicultural, ecumenical contexts. Students engage and interrelate systematic and narrative discourses to address ecological, social, justice, and cultural issues in the public realm. Principal authors include Bernard Lonergan and Paul Ricoeur. Additional authors include Mary Carruthers, Louis-Marie Chauvet, Anne Clifford, Robert Doran, Stanley Hauerwas, Werner Jeanrond, Sallie McFague, and David Tracy. The course models an approach to theological integration, which will be helpful for students preparing for comprehensive examinations and other capstone activities as they approach the completion of their Master of Divinity or Master of Theological Studies programs.
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