TSI208  INTRODUCTION TO THEOLOGICAL METHOD: II

  • Accademic Unit
    Faculty of Theology
  • Course
    Baccalaureate in Theology

Contents: This Seminar is designed to introduce the students to the study of Sacred Theology. II Semester: Pneumatology, the Mystery of the Church, Mariology, the Mystery of Grace, Eschatology, Evangelization, Ecumenism, Religious Dialogue, the Culture of Death and the Mystery of Sanctification (Catholic Mysticism). Objectives: At the end of I Semester, students can engage in theological research and writing according to the Method of the Gregorian University. They also are able to articulate the systematic organum of the Study of Theology. At the end of II Semester, students can articulate a proper understanding of material taught in the First Year of Theology at the PUG per viam the elaboration of a monography. Method. Weekly presentations of the professor, class discussions based on assigned readings, weekly presentations by the students and weekly integration essay. Evaluation: Each week, the students present a weekly integrative essay based on the assigned reading. II semester: the student continues to present a weekly integrative essay and for a final assessment writes a seven-page theological research paper approved by the professor.

Information

  • Semestre: 2° Semestre
  • ECTS: 4

Teachers

DOCENTI IL CORSO NON HA AVUTO LUOGO
DOCENTI IL CORSO NON HA AVUTO LUOGO

Lesson schedule/Room

Lessons schedule not available

Bibliography

  • A. Nichols, Op, The Shape of Catholic Theology: An Introduction to Its Sources, Principles, and History, Collegeville 1991; M. Zia, The Faith Understood: An Introduction to Catholic Theology, Steubenville, 2013; J. Ratzinger, Principles of Catholic Theology: Building Stones for a Fundamental Theology, San Francisco 1987; Catechism of the Catholic Church, Vatican City 1997.