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Faith, Ethics and Justice

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  • Program requirements

Compulsory Courses (18 units)

THO2189 Can We Talk About God? An Introduction to Theology
THO2315 Being Human
THO3160 Introduction to the Old Testament
THO3161 Introduction to the New Testament
THO3166 The Good Life: An Introduction to Christian Ethics
THO3169 Liturgy and Experience: An Introduction to Christian Worship

Optional Courses (24 units)

6 units must be at the 4000 level

12 units from (Faith, Scripture, and Society):
THO3123 Early Christianity
THO3162 Revelation and Christian Faith
THO3163 The Christian God
THO3164 Jesus in the New Testament
THO3165 The Church and Salvation
THO4100 How to Search for Wisdom: The Poetic Books of the Bible
THO4101 How Does God Respond to Injustice? Understanding the Prophets
THO4102 Freedom, Law, and Justice: Paul’s Letters
THO4103 What is Truth? The Gospel of John

6 units from (Ethics, Spiritual Life, and Theological Thinking):
THO3168 Christian Prayer and Spiritual Life
THO3318 Spiritual Life in the Eastern Churches
THO4104 Selfhood and Sexual Ethics
THO4108 Theological Thinking
THO4110 The Eucharist

6 units from (Faith in Action):
THO3177 Faith, Ethics, and the Anthropocene
THO4105 Spiritual Life and Social Justice
THO4106 The Ethics of Medicine, Sickness and Health
THO4131 Toward a Moral Economy
THO4132 The Church and Indigenous Peoples