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|THEO 4401: Representative Theologies|
|Prerequisite: UFDN 3100. Considers the work of a major Christian theologian or group of theologians who share a distinctive theological approach. Provides models of the "craft" of theological inquiry and probes the distinctive emphases of various Christian traditions, historical periods, and theological movements. Examples of theologians considered include: the Eastern and Western Christian Fathers and Mothers, Augustine of Hippo, Medieval Theology, Thomas Aquinas, John Calvin, Karl Barth, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, C. S. Lewis and Friends, Lesslie Newbigin, Theology of the Black Church, and Global Theologies. May be repeated for credit 2 times.|
||Not offered this academic year.
|Attributes: Writing "W" Course, Upper-Division
Grade Modes: Normal Grading, Audit, Pass/No Credit
Instructional Methods: Arranged, Traditional