Survey of Systematic Theology

This course, taught by Robin Ryan at Catholic Theological Union, consists of an overview of the major topics that are treated in systematic theology. Students explore fundamental dimensions of the Judeo-Christian tradition, including: faith and revelation, the mystery of the Triune God, Jesus Christ, creation, Church, ministry, sin and grace, Mary and the saints, and eschatology. The course is designed to offer students a basic introduction to the major historical  developments and contemporary issues related to these themes, each of which is treated in greater detail in other courses.

  • Course Categories: General Theology
  • Science Topics: History & Philosophy of Science
  • Seminaries: Catholic Theological Union
  • Syllabus: Survey of Systematic Theology
  • Tags:
    theology and science, faith and science

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