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Systematic Theology









Systematic Theology
Systematic Theology engages Roman Catholic theology in historical and contemporary eras, while also facilitating the study of Orthodoxy, Protestantism, and other religious traditions and worldviews. In addition to classical topics (such as theologies of God and Christ), the Systematic Theology program enables students to focus on ethics, ecclesiology, ecological theology, feminist theology, liberation theology, liturgical theology, Orthodox theology, philosophical theology, and Catholic social thought. 

Systematic Theology Faculty
Barbara Andolsen
Charles C. Camosy
Jeannine Hill Fletcher
Bradford Hinze
Christine Firer Hinze
Elizabeth Johnson, C.S.J.
Judith M. Kubicki, C.S.S.F.
Kathryn Kueny
Michael Lee
Maureen O'Connell
Aristotle Papanikolaou
Christiana Peppard
Thomas Scirghi, S.J.
Terrence W. Tilley
Richard Viladesau

 

 


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