METHODS & HERMENEUTICS II (RSFT-1121)

(01/30/2023-05/19/2023)

Course Memo

SPRING 2022

This course is an introduction to Theological Hermeneutics and Methods. Its main goal is to explore different approaches, methodologies, and optics to interpreting theological, and biblical texts. The course is designed to serve as an continuation to the introduction to Hermeneutics (Methods and Hermeneutics I), mapping the developments of theological reflection in the XX and XXI centuries.  Prerequisite: RSFT-1120 Methods & Hermeneutics I.  Meets Mondays 9:40am-12:30pm. [30 max enrollment]

SPRING 2023

This course is an introduction to Theological Hermeneutics and Methods. Its main goal is to explore different approaches, methodologies, and optics to interpreting theological, and biblical texts. The course is designed to serve as an continuation to the introduction to Hermeneutics (Methods and Hermeneutics I), mapping the developments of theological reflection in the XX and XXI centuries.  Prerequisite: RSFT-1120 Methods & Hermeneutics I.  This course is offered during the second half of the semester following Spring Break. Meets Mondays, 9:40 am -12:30 pm. [30 max enrollment]