2021-2022 Catalog 
    
    Aug 19, 2022  
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ML 312 - Theologizing Violence

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Violence is a problem of profound significance in the world today and it presents a unique challenge to the Christian Church in its mission to proclaim and live the gospel. Through engaging selected readings and films, this theology seminar examines various types of violence (i.e. racialized, military, domestic, etc.) to gain insight into how violence shapes and threatens individuals, communities and the world around us. One primary goal of the course is to better understand the kinds of theological claims that Christians can and should make in response to a world that continues to be plagued by violence. Lecture Prerequisites: ML 101, ML 102, REL 131, and CMS 151 or permission of program director



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