TEO 121 Religious Foundations of Relational Paradigms: critical analysis of Jewish and Christian sources
Religious Foundations of Relational Paradigms: critical analysis of Jewish and Christian sources
Class hours: 42
Credits (ECTS): 6
Interdisciplinary Foundations in Culture of Unity
Biennial: a.y. 2022-2024
Course held in English
The Christian faith reveals to us that God is love and therefore relationship, relationship which is ad intra (in Him) and ad extra (outside of Him, that is, with the world, cf. Joh 3:16ff.). This teaching is found throughout the Bible, the word of God communicated to men. The course consists of an introduction to the reading of the Bible through the analysis of texts (mainly from the New Testament).
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