Fall 2014 Classes

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Theological Studies

THE 112 Intro to Theology (3 cr.) Tuesdays 5:30 – 8:00 PM
THE 208 Christian Ethics (3 cr.) Tues / Thurs 12:00 – 1:15PM
THE 221 Sacramental Theology (3 cr.) Mon / Wed 2:00 - 3:15PM
THE 318 Jesus the Christ (3 cr.) Mon / Wed 9:00 – 10:15AM
THE 330 Gospels (3 cr.) Mon / Wed 12:30 – 1:45PM

Catholic Studies

CTH / PHI 210 Search for Happiness: Faith & Reason in Life (4 cr.)
  Mon / Wed. 1:30 – 3:15PM
CTH 401 Great Catholic Figures (4 cr.)
  Mondays 4:00 – 7:30PM

Course Descriptions

THE 112 Intro to Theology (3 credits)
This course explores the nature, sources, methods, and history of the various disciplines of Christian theology by engaging in reasoned reflection upon revelation in Scripture and Tradition. (ASU elective; ASU Religious Studies Dept. elective)

THE 208 Christian Ethics (3 credits)
This course examines significant conceptions of the Christian moral life and their sources as well as their relationship to natural law and virtue-centered approaches. (ASU elective; ASU Religious Studies Dept. elective)

THE 221 Sacramental Theology (3 credits)
This course examines the incarnational and sacramental nature of Christian faith, life, and worship; the particular sacraments, especially baptism and the Eucharist; Christian mystagogy; and other sacramental rites and practices.

THE 318 Jesus the Christ (3 credits)
This course concerns Christology, the study of Christian teaching about the person and work of Jesus Christ as presented in biblical texts, early Christian creeds, the formulas of the great ecumenical councils, sacramental rites, and the liturgy of the Church. (ASU elective)

THE 330 Gospels (3 credits)
This course examines the Gospels with regard to their background and development; their relationship of Jesus of Nazareth; their historical, literary, and canonical relationships; their narrative structure, theology, and Christology; and their role in Christian faith, life, and liturgy. (ASU elective)

CTH / PHI 210 Search for Happiness: Faith & Reason in Life (4 credits)
This course investigates the quest for happiness in light of the complementarity of Christian faith and human reason as found in the tradition of Catholic thought and culture. This course evaluates arguments for and against various claims about happiness originating from popular culture, philosophy, theology, and other disciplines. Emphasis on the integration of the spiritual, bodily, and social dimensions of the human person will be made. Required foundation course for Catholic Studies major; elective foundation course for Catholic Studies minor. (Humanities; ASU Religious Studies Dept. elective; ASU elective)

CTH 401 Great Catholic Figures (4 credits) Monday 4:00 – 7:30PM
Advanced seminar discussion of Catholic figures and their cultural achievements and non-Catholic figures who have influenced the Catholic tradition of thought and culture. Required advanced course for Catholic Studies major. (Humanities; Historical Awareness; ASU Religious Studies Dept. elective; ASU elective)

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