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GRADUATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FALL 2013

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Catalog# Section#   Instructor
5210 101, 102 History & Theology in the Christian East Dr. Marcus Plested
5230 101 Theology in the Middle Ages Dr. Wanda Zemler-Cizewski
5250 101 Martin Luther Dr. Mickey Mattox
5340 101 Sacraments & Christian Life Rev. John Laurance, S.J.
5390 101 Studies in Systematic Theology: Doctrine of God Dr. D. Stephen Long
5390 102 Studies in Systematic Theology: Theology of Work Dr. Lyle Dabney
5390 103 Studies in Systematic Theology: Theology from the Global South Rev. John Thiede, S.J.
5440 101 Foundations in Ecological Ethics Dr. Jame Schaefer
5490 101 Studies in Moral Theology: Homosexuality and Christian Ethics Dr. Bryan Massingale
5530 701 Islam: Faith and Practice Dr. Irfan Omar
6110 101 Old Testament Method Dr. Deirdre Dempsey
6210 101 Origen to Late Medieval Dr. Patrick Carey
6310 701 Introduction to Systematic Theology Dr. Robert Masson
6321 101 Christian Doctrine 1 Dr. Susan Wood
8011 101 Advanced Hebrew Dr. Deirdre Dempsey
8120 101 Sources of Pentateuchal Thought Dr. Sharon Pace
8211 101 Advanced Hellenistic Greek Dr. Julian Hills
8316 101 The Johannine Tradition Rev. William Kurz, S.J.
8450 101 Questions in Christian Thought: Martin Luther and Late Medieval Scholasticism Dr. Mickey Mattox
8450 102 Questions in Christian Thought: Aquinas on Nature and Grace Dr. Mark Johnson

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701 Questions in Christian Thought: Pre-Nicene Latin Theology: Tertullian to Lactantius Dr. Michel Barnes
8522 101 Major Figures in Modern Theology: Von Balthasar Dr. Danielle Nussberger
8523 101 Doctrinal Themes in Contemporary Protestant Systematic Theology Dr. D. Stephen Long

 


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Theology Department Mission Statement


Marquette University defines itself as Christian, Catholic, Jesuit, urban, and independent. The Department of Theology functions within the university to investigate and understand the Catholic tradition, its relation to other Christian communions, and to other religions of the world. Read more of our mission statement.