An introduction to systematic theology, this course studies Christian theologies of the 20th and 21st centuries including black, feminist, liberation, queer, and womanist theologies. Course readings address contemporary debates on theological problems such as the authority of revelation and scripture, radical divine transcendence, care of creation, the person and work of Jesus Christ, violence of the cross, what it means to be human, hope in the face of evil and suffering, to name a few.

Notes: TS 101 or TS 103 or TS 104 required for MA and MDiv students. Formerly ST 104.