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Theology Bridging Traditions, Cultures and Disciplines
The Theology Department at Marquette University seeks to bridge traditions, cultures and disciplines from the perspective of a Catholic and Jesuit University rooted in its own tradition, but in dialogue with other Christian communities and religious faiths. The task of theology today is to bring a faith perspective grounded in the great tradition of the Gospel into dialogue with our contemporary world. This requires both a deep knowledge of the Gospel and the tradition that has thought deeply on that message as well as a keen awareness of the world in which we live.
12th Annual Theotokos Lecture: "Luther and the Magnificat: Mysticism and Mary as Theologian." A talk by Dr. Beth Kreitzer.
Nov. 7 | 3:30 p.m. | Eisenberg Reading Room, Sensenbrenner Hall
St. Ephrem the Syrian in Byzantium: A Symposium on the Greek Writings attributed to St. Ephrem the Syrian. Speakers: V. Rev. Maximos Constas; Rev. Kevin Kalish; Dr. Marcus Plested; Dr. Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Laurent; Dr. Alexis Torrance.
Nov. 9 | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. | Room 104, Sensenbrenner Hall
Père Marquette Lecture
Marquette Lonergan Project
A good grasp of religion and theology is crucial for understanding today's world.
The policies and procedure of the department of theology.
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