HDS 2382

Twentieth Century Theological Method: An Introduction

David C. Lamberth

Description

The question how one goes about thinking theologically—in light of the situated-ness of language, human experience, other domains of knowledge, and a deepening understanding of the contextual location of theological expression—is a dominant concern for Christian theology in the twentieth and twenty first centuries. This course provides an introduction to the contemporary context for theological reflection by exploring conversations around method and the nature of theology in selected key twentieth century figures, such as Barth, Bultmann, Tillich, Daly, Cone, Kaufman, Tracy, Schüssler Fiorenza, Lindbeck, Grant, Milbank. The course is introductory, and has no prerequisites. Note: Course has additional hour to be arranged.

Enrollment Limited: No
Open to BTI Students: Yes
Jointly offered as Religion 1584

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Scheduling

0.50 credits
Spring 2014
Tue Thu 11:30am-1pm
Rockefeller Hall Room 117

Relationship to Program Requirements

Program Requirement Area / Category / Art / Designation
MTS Area(s) of Focus
  • Theology
MDiv Distribution Category/ies
  • Christianity
MDiv Art(s) of Ministry None
Language Course Designation(s) None