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MPS620 Spiritual Theology (3 Credits)

Spiritual Theology introduces students to a critical understanding of religion throughout history and in relation to the modern world. This course discusses how the individual is perceived from the perspective of faith, interpreted from four complementary perspectives: biblical, historical, psycho-anthropological, and systematic.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Gain fundamental understanding the interplay between anthropology-psychology and biblical spirituality.
  • Learn the history of fundamental spiritual tradition in order to comprehend and properly interpret religion.
  • Understand primary methods of analyzing and studying religion.