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Contemporary Religious Thought (THE 432)

Term: 2019-2020 Fall Term


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The course will assess the current religious situation as expressed in Christian and Jewish thought with an eye to possible implications for the future of Western religion. Students will be exposed to current trends, e.g. theologies of the death of God, deconstructionism, theological responses to the ?holocaust?, liberation and feminist theology, process theology, and religious pluralism