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Faith, Ethics and Justice

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  • Program requirements

Compulsory Courses (18 units)

THO2189 Can We Talk About God?
THO2315 Ethics and the Human Person
THO3160 Introduction to the Old Testament: Pentateuch and Historical Books
THO3161 Introduction to the New Testament: Synoptic Gospels
THO3166 The Good Life: Ethics and Christian Tradition
THO3169 Liturgy and Experience

Optional Courses (24 units)

3 units from (History of the Church):
THO3123 History of the Church 1: Early and Medieval
THO3124 History of the Church 2: Reformation and Today

12 units from (Faith, Scripture, and Society):
THO3162 Christian Faith: Encounter with a Self-Revealing God
THO3163 The Christian God: Speaking of the Divine Mystery
THO3164 Who is Jesus Christ?
THO3165 Community, Conflict, Salvation: Why the Church?
THO4100 How to Search for Wisdom?
THO4101 How God Responds to Injustice: The Prophetic Voice
THO4102 Freedom, Law, and Justice: Perspectives from Paul’s Writings
THO4103 What is Truth?

9 units from (Ethics, Spiritual Life, and Theological Thinking):
THO3168 Ways of Christian Life and Prayer – Spiritual Life
THO4104 The Sexual Self and Ethics
THO4105 Spiritual Life and Social Justice
THO4106 The Ethics of Medicine, Sickness and Health
THO4107 Cultivating Humanity: Creation, Rationality, and Responsibility
THO4108 Life as Gift
THO4110 The Eucharist