Introduces students to major twentieth-century theological and religious thinkers as they wrestle with some or all of the following questions: Who or what is God? Why do good people suffer? How are salvation, redemption, liberation envisioned in the modern world? What constitutes a religious community? How do different religious faiths relate to each other, the secular world and the natural environment? This course satisfies the Core Curriculum requirement in Humanistic Foundations.
/ / Speaking of God: Introduction to Theology