Class YearFreshmen & SophomoresJuniors & SeniorsMinistry & Religious LifePhilosophy & Theology

THE 150 The Problem of God

This course uses a variety of theological, philosophical, and literary works, including Augustine’s The City of God, to examine what the twentieth-century American theologian John Courtney Murray called “the problem of God.” That problem focuses on the challenge that the idea of God, in general, and the Christian understanding of God, in particular, poses to the human mind.

This course fulfills the second theology requirement in the core curriculum program. Staff/Three credits