This course will consist of a textual reading and discussion of Lonergan's Method in Theology with a view towards addressing an array of issues concerning method in the contemporary study of theology in the university setting. It will include an examination of the foundations for theology and the various methodological disciplines and collaboration. Topics include: methodological relationship of subjectivity/objectivity, roles of research, history, criticism (dialectic), systematic theology, doctrines, interpretation (normative authority of certain texts), praxis, communication (scholarly reporting) meaning, culture, religion each as they pertain to method for theological reflection.
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