HONS 415H - Thinking Theologically: Christian Life and FaithCredits: 3
A capstone Honors course exploring the intersection of constructive theology and contemporary issues from a distinctly Adventist perspective. Special attention is given to the correlation of God and human flourishing as enunciated through a wide range of pressing questions raised in the postmodern context. The aim of such an exploration is to deepen the faith of the participants and to instill a new appreciation for the conceptual and spiritual richness of the Great Controversy theme central to the Adventist worldview. Students are encouraged to foster critical reasoning and integrative thinking through a seminar-style engagement with selected primary texts in theology and philosophy.
Course/Lab Fee: Yes
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
Prerequisite(s): HONS 115H , Required.
Schedule Type: Lecture
College Code: HONS
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