- How do you identify?
- Ideas for major, career
Introduce the Course Syllabus
Introduce Presentation Assignment
Ten minutes on a comparable issue outside Christianity
Complete schedule of presentation topics
Introduce The Big Picture of the Course Objectives (Student Learning Outcomes)
Demonstrate knowledge of the interconnectedness of societies, cultures, and human behavior (intercultural knowledge),
as well as the changes and differences in the human understanding of God across time and cultures.
Identify the relevance of the historical contexts of major documents and events in Christian history.
Demonstrate understanding of the questions that people have asked about who they are in relationship to God and what God expects them to do.
Understand and articulate the role of principled belief in pluralistic dialogue with people from other denominations, traditions, and religions.
Demonstrate ability to use the words humans, especially in the Jewish and Christian traditions, have found helpful when talking about God.
Be prepared for a second theology course, which will dig deeper into an area of inquiry in the intellectual tradition of the Marianist founders of St. Mary’s University.