Academic Programs 

Modern Theology (TH-541) 
Winter/Spring 2004

This course examines the development of western Christian reflection from the late Renaissance through the present. Beginning in the 16th century with both loyal and dissenting Catholic figures, and then turning to the Reformers, key texts will be read and considered in light of their surrounding social and intellectual milieus. Other movements that will be examined through key religious thinkers and the cultural situations in which they are writing include: Puritanism, the enlightenment, romanticism, the social gospel, existentialism, Black theology and feminist theology.

Meeting Day, Time and Dates:
Thursdays from 7:00-9:20 p.m.

Professor Kelton CobbKelton Cobb
Professor of Theology and Ethics

Contact Information:

(860) 509-9513
Dr. Cobb's web page


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