Theological Anthropology

This course, taught by Daniel P. Horan at Catholic Theological Union, offers an historical and contextual approach to the key themes of theological anthropology including creation, nature, grace, sin, and eschatology, among others. Special attention is given throughout the course to the relationships between theology and science, traditions and cultures, as well as contemporary questions, concerns, and insights about the human person from a Christian perspective in the world church.

  • Course Categories: General Theology
  • Science Topics: Life Sciences
  • Seminaries: Catholic Theological Union
  • Syllabus: Theological Anthropology
  • Tags:
    neuroscience, Anthropology, Biological Evolution, personhood

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