BIB 370 Theology of Sin
This course examines the Christian doctrine of sin in greater detail and sophistication than is possible in Doctrine I. We explore key historical moments in the development of the doctrine and offer a critical examination of major statements of a contemporary doctrine of sin. We will also discuss relevant ways in which an orthodox hamartiology illuminates many pressing questions in non-theological disciplines (e.g., psychology, sexuality, and human genetics). Primary sources as well as modern theologians are read. Prerequisite(s): BIB 277 , BIB 278 . 3 hour(s).
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