PMIN 4387 Ecclesiology

This course is an introduction to a Catholic understanding of the Church. It presents the major themes of ecclesiology, including the development of the Church's doctrine on the Church from Scripture, the Patristics, Scholastics, and contemporary teaching, particularly the Second Vatican Council's Lumen Gentium. The major themes will include faith and culture, ecumenics and inter-religious dialogue. This course draws from the student's other knowledge, especially philosophy and history. It serves as an opportunity for the students to integrate their knowledge and to demonstrate critical thinking skills at a mature level. Prerequisites: PMIN 3381 and 3385 Moral Theology. This course is appropriate for upper-division students in the Catholic Philosophy, Catechetics and Leadership concentration.


PMIN-3381 AND PMIN-3385