Course Memo

This seminar is an exploration of how religious pluralism may find a place in Christian theology. The course will explore various historical and contemporary approaches to and understandings of theology of religions and  interreligious dialogue. The phenomenon of multiple religious identity and the implications for contemporary missiology will also be discussed. Students will undertake and reflect on their own dialogue with a member of another religion. Course requirements include weekly critical reading and on-line discussion; field work; in-class presentation and leading class discussion; mid-term project; and a final project. [Faculty Consent required; 20 max enrollment; Auditors with Faculty Permission]