Christian Anthropology

This course is available to anyone. It is conducted online through a combination of interactive online video conferenced meetings in the evening, reading assignments, and asynchronous online discussions through the Schoology educational software platform. It is 2 credits and will follow the Saint Vincent academic calendar.

Registration deadline: Jan 31, 2021

Registration will be limited to 15 students per course.

IMTH710 - Christian Anthropology

Taught by Fr. Ed Mazich, O.S.B.

Time: 6:30-9:00 PM Tuesdays from Feb 9, 2021 to May 18, 2021

This course presents a systematic study of the person and mission of Jesus Christ as found in Scripture and Tradition.  It traces the historical developments of how the person of Christ came to be understood within the various theological traditions of the past and present.  The course also examines the human person in the light of Christology, and focuses upon such themes as the fall and redemption, grace and freedom, and sin and conversion.

Note: All are welcome to take it for credit or to audit.  IMF students may take the course for 2 or 3 credits.

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