M.A. - Systematic and Philosophical Theology;, Ph.D. - Systematic and Philosophical Theology;Th.D. - Systematic and Philosophical Theology
Study in systematic and philosophical theology engages in the ongoing task of interpreting the Christian faith in response to our modern and emerging post-modern culture. Students and faculty analyze the ancient biblical faith by tracing its influence on the history of ideas, its traditional philosophical reformulations, and its various contemporary reconceptualizations. Special attention is given to Roman Catholic and Protestant theology since World War I and the possibilities for constructive thought in the 21st century. Emphasis is given to the need for theology to be pursued in an ecumenical spirit and to increased attention to cross-cultural dimensions of understanding.
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