Science For Seminaries
Many people look to their religious leaders for guidance on issues relating to science and technology, even though clergy and lay members may have had little exposure to science in their educational experience. This innovative program will integrate science into the core curriculum of CTU. Dawn Nothwehr, OSF and Anne McGowan are leading efforts on campus which have resulted in a grant funded by the John Templeton Foundation. The grant funds the participation of seminaries and schools of theology in the Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER), a program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), in consultation with the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).
Science and Saving Stories That Shape Us: Engaging Science and Religion in Our Curriculum and Culture, 2019-2020
This project is an outstanding opportunity for the CTU community to deepen the cordial relationship between science and Catholic theology that is so essential to an authentic understanding of the reality of God in the universe.
-Dick Benson,Vice president and Academic Dean
View CTU’s full course offerings here.
E3000 Introduction to Moral Theology – Dawn Nothwehr, OSF, PhD (PL)
W3000 Liturgy: Principles and Practices – Anne McGowan, PhD (Associate PL)
S3000 Introduction to Christian Spiritual Life – C. Vanessa White, DMin
D4000 Survey of Systematic Theology – Robin Ryan, CP PhD
DC4100 Trinity and Mission – Antonio D. Sison, CPPS, PhD
S3001 Spiritual Companioning for Ministry – Christina Zaker, DMin
D4336 Theological Anthropology – Daniel P. Horan, OFM, PhD
C3000 World Christianity in Intercultural and Interreligious Perspectives – Joanne (Jaruko) Doi, MM, PhD
C4401/ C5401 Neuroscience, Evolution, & Theology – Scott C. Alexander, PhD