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SMC 1314 - Foundations of Reflection: God

Resources for the SMC 1314 Foundations of Reflection: God core curriculum course.

SMC 1314 Course Description

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Foundations of Reflection: God
This course presents reflection on God as it takes place in the Christian tradition. It addresses the relevance of God for understanding persons, the common good, and nature. This academic and theological reflection is informed by Scripture and the Catholic historical tradition. This course dialogues with relevant methods from the liberal arts and professional disciplines as well as contemporary questions of human experience to complement its study. It recognizes the role of principled dialogue among faith traditions as an element of theological inquiry. This course is writing intensive.

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