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PHIL 241: Philosophical Theology

This course is a philosophical inquiry into the core commitments of Christian theism in the context of other world religions and naturalism. Central themes include beliefs about the existence and nature of God, the doctrines of the trinity and incarnation, redemption and ritual, human free will and responsibility, revelation and reason, religious experience, the problem of evil, different views of life after death, miracles and historical inquiry, and religious pluralism. Offered annually.
Prerequisite: BTS-B.

Philosophy

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...Epistemology PHIL 246 Space and Time PHIL 240 Formal Logic PHIL 241 Philosophical Theology PHIL...

Ancient Studies

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...231) PHIL 235 Ancient Greek Philosophy PHIL 374...the Ancient World CLASS 241 Greek and Roman...

Management Studies

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...PHIL 252 Ethics and the Good Life PHIL...Topics in Chinese CSCI 241 Hardware Design CSCI...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...Race, Gender, and Medicine) PHIL 245 Philosophy and...Cultural Context (abroad) PSYCH 241 Developmental Psychology REL...