Course

Medieval, modern and contemporary theological debates on the idea of ​​”God”

Description

For a long time, thinking and naming “God” has been the subject of debate, discussion, and philosophical and theological choices. After centuries of working to do this, various types of atheism have come to proclaim the non-existence of this “God”. The course intends to introduce these questions and place them in their historical contexts, both ecclesial, social and intellectual. This course will do so starting from three important modern ideas: “personal God”, God as “the Absolute” and God as “All Other”.

Credits

3

Language

both

Faculty

Certificates

Professor

Maxime Allard

Course code

DTHI/DTHY 4424/5424

Room number

Zoom

Academic year

2021-2022

Semester

Winter

Level

Graduate

Time

Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. to 4:20 p.m.