Latino Theology and Christian Tradition

VU Course ID: R216
Curriculum: 28 units
Prerequisites: None
Developer: Timothy Matovina
Provider: University of Notre Dame
Recordable: Yes

Course Description

This course examines the development of Latino religion and theology in the United States and how U.S. Latina and Latino theologians have articulated the meaning and implications for Christian living of core theological topics such as Christology, worship, evangelization and social justice. Students will comprehend and critically evaluate how the Christian tradition has shaped U.S. Latinos’ theologies, as well as how Latinos’ theological work has contributed to that wider tradition. ~ Leave yourself notes in the cloud!

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