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Queen's University
 

Systematics & Ethics Courses

THEO-572 (4) Feminist Theology

Examines issues raised by feminist critiques of traditional theology and feminist attempts at theological reconstruction.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO-771* is recommended but not required.

THEO-763 (4) Christian Moral Theology

An introduction to Christian moral theology centered on theoretical understandings of the discipline.

THEO-764 (4) Christian Social Ethics

An introduction to Chrisitan responses to selected moral and social problems.

THEO-765 (4) Professional Ethics

The primary goal of the course is to help each student develop critically reflective understandings of the relationship between ethics and the provision of spiritual care, particularly from a Christian perspective, beginning with an examination of professional ethics as it applies to spiritual care.  This subject will be explored in depth through the analysis of aspects of spiritual care including bioethics, sexuality, power, boundaries, and the personhood or character of the spiritual caregiver.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO 564* or THEO 763* are recommended but not required.

THEO-771 (4) Christian Theology

An examination of the tasks and methods of Christian theology, and of selected Christian doctrines from a variety of theological perspectives.

THEO-772 (4) Modern and Contemporary Christian Theology

A study of exemplary work in Christian theology from 19th century liberalism to the present.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO 771* is recommended but not required.

THEO-773 (4) Contemporary Christology

A study of some contemporary understandings of christology in light of the history of christology.  The class will include seminars and discussion, with opportunity for individual and group presentations.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO 771* is recommended but not required.

THEO-774 (4) Topics in Christian Theology I

An examination of issues in contemporary theology selected at the discretion of the instructor.  The class will include seminars and discussion, with opportunity for individual and group presentations.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO 771* is recommended but not required.

THEO-775 (4) Topics in Christian Theology II

An examination of issues in contemporary theology selected at the discretion of the instructor.  The class will include seminars and discussion, with opportunity for individual and group presentations.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO 771* is recommended but not required.

THEO-777 (4) Christian Sexuality and Relational Spirituality

Examines sexuality as the foundation for any spirtuality of relationship, while exploring the relevance of ethics, justice and the power of sexuality.  The course addresses topics including intimacy, eroticism, gender, violence, sexual orientations and pleasure in relation to Chrisitan theological reasoning.  Prerequisite/Co-requisite(s): THEO 771* is recommended but not required.

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