Description   In this capstone course, students will engage in
a process of coming to understand themselves as
life-long theological readers and writers in
service to whatever form their life and ministry
may take after seminary. Through encounters with
classical and contemporary Christian theological
themes, students will have ample opportunity to
grapple with and articulate their own
constructive theologies in conversation with
others. Students will engage womanist, black
liberation, Dalit, disability, Pentecostal,
feminist, queer, minjung, Latin@, and other
liberatory theologies in this course. Our
theological conversations will be supported and
enabled through regular written assignments
including journaling, class discussion, and
prayerful disciplines. This course is taught from
a commitment to liberative pedagogy (see bell
hooks and Paulo Friere), and is a blend of active
learning, discussion, and interactive lecture
where students' voices and journeys are valued.
This is a required course for ABSW students
nearing the end of their degree program. Students
from across the Graduate Theological Union are
most welcome.
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* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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