Theology studies the nature of divinity through reviewing a variety of religious and philosophical beliefs. It is sometimes, but not necessarily, studied in order to work within a specific religion. Courses included can be comparative religion, philosophy and spiritual scripture, as well as religion’s effects on history, economics and politics.
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Theology–sacred doctrine, the study of God, the queen of the sciences. Theology is more than simply a study about God; it comes from God and leads to God. Each of these statem ... +
The College was Chartered in Atlanta in 1947, and is registered with the Secretary of State of Georgia. Christian College is authorized by the State of Georgia to grant diplom ... +
This course is a survey of the Sacred Writings shared by the Jewish and Christian communities through an examination of selected books from the Old Testament.
The Religious Studies department at Bethany is distinctive in its dual focus on social justice and gender studies. The completion of a Religious Studies degree at Bethany Coll ... +
The CCBCE two-year program equips students for ministry through Christ-centered, Bible-based training with the desire to instill students with a deep love for the Word of God. ... +
Religion touches nearly every aspect of contemporary society and public life. It impacts issues of race and gender, social ethics, literature, and political philosophy.
The program is designed to prepare participants for graduate school while helping them gain a deeper understanding of the Catholic intellectual role in today’s world through a ... +
World Evangelism has been a foundational piece of Baptist history and Boston Baptist College since its inception. Students in the Cross-Cultural Ministries program are equippe ... +
This course is an in-depth study of the scriptural, theological, and historical dimensions of the seven sacraments, including the rite and celebration of each sacrament. It dr ... +
This course focuses on special topics in Theology as they relate to contemporary issues in the Church, the world, and the environment.
The School of Mission (SoM) is an intensive two-semester program that takes place over the course of an entire year and is designed for students whose desire is to serve the L ... +
In their Rome semester, Thomas More College sophomores traverse catacombs and cloisters, piazzas and palazzos, exploring the heart of the Christian West. The history of Christ ... +
The Bible feeds the church's moral imagination, and the Biblical Studies Department is dedicated to training students to serve as biblically informed theologians, preachers, m ... +
The Department of Practical Theology prepares Christian leaders to serve with intelligence and integrity in ministries that span from congregation to classroom, from spiritual ... +