This course offers a new inclusive, innovative educational program for spiritual transformation for contemporary believers, activists and ministers.

A study of the structures, history and theology of the Catholic Church
This course challenges the student to evaluate why Kung and his erstwhile friend Joseph Ratzinger began to take diverging courses after 1968.

The aim of this course is to explore various aspects of Karl Rahner’s theology and spirituality. Rahner is recognized as one of the foremost Roman Catholic theologians of the 20th century.

Beginning with the socio-anthropological roots of women’s religious experiences, this course seeks to first reinterpret such experience and give voice to the heretofore silenced female voices, and ultimately to define the meaning of ‘feminist theology.’
Introduction to Ecumenical Theology covers both the theological and historical aspects of ecumenism.
The History of God covers the evolution of monotheism within the Abrahamic faith traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam .
The purpose of this course is to present an overview of emerging ideas of who God is, how God acts, and what it means to say “We believe in one God.”