FC 5000: Theological Methods and Reflections

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In faith and ministerial formation, theological reflection is a foundational skill in processing and integrating life experiences through the lens of faith as experienced in community. This course is an introduction to systematic reflective praxis in theological reflection through collaborative dialogue and written reflection, culminating in the guided construction and presentation of a formal reflection paper using a four task approach. Prerequisites include completion of the UST Core Theology and Philosophy sequences, as learners are expected to apply foundational theological knowledge and skills in reflective exercises. Additional emphasis will be placed on rhetoric, development of formal writing and speaking skills, oral presentation, dialogue and group processing.
Courses are for FC Non-credit graduate certificate only.