TD2230  THEOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION

  • Accademic Unit
    Facoltà di Teologia
  • Course
    Licenza in Teologia con specializzazione in Teologia Dogmatica

“The substance of the ancient doctrine of the deposit of faith is one
thing, and the way in which is presented is another”. This statement in the
opening speech of John XXIII to Vatican II is echoed in Werner Jeanrond’s
argument that speaks of division of labor in theology. It is a division that
involves exegesis and systematic and practical theologians, he argues. The
present course seeks to consider this argument critically in order to show
how exegesis and systematics are the backbone for doing theology.
Objective: To show how systems and exegesis are central to systematic
theology.
Method: We shall read and discuss various exegetical and systematic
analyses chosen by the instructor for the course.

Information

  • Semestre: 2° Semestre
  • ECTS: 3

Teachers

Gabriel MMASSI

Lesson schedule

Lessons schedule not available

Bibliography

  • JOHN PAUL II, The interpretation of the Bible in the
    Church: Pontifical Biblical Commission (23 April 1993); R. DORAN, What is
    Systematic Theology? Toronto 2005; W.G. JEANROND, Text and Interpretation
    as Categories of Theological Thinking, London 2010; D. SARISKY, Scriptural
    Interpretation. A Theological Exploration. West Sussex 2013; D. TRACY,
    The analogical imagination. Christian theology and the culture of pluralism.
    New York 1981.

Lecture notes

This course does not have handouts