Schedule [4/14: fixed 4/19 reading]

Date

Subject/Assignment

Reading

required/recommended {presenter}

1/7

The Course

Theology: Introduction

Syllabus, Rules of the Game, A Few (Strong) Suggestions on Essay Writing, RS Major Assessment Rubric

Skim Pointers for Presentations, Peer Review Guidelines (Peer Review FAQs are optional)

Review readings for presentation assignments

Article I

1/9

Being Theologians

Presentation assignments

McIntosh chs 1-2 Pretest
{_________________}

1/11

Faith Seeking Understanding

Complete entrance examinations (hold on to these until the end of the course)

McIntosh chs 3-4 Pretest
{_________________}
1/14

Salvation

Begin your theology-in-life log in your workbook

Athanasius chs 1-5, 9 (sections 1-32 and 56-57)
{_________________}
1/15 add/drop deadline  
1/16 Salvation and Sin McIntosh ch 5, Jacobs intro and ch 1
{_________________}
1/18 Augustine, Pelagius, and Julian Jacobs chs 2-3
{_________________}
1/22 Augustine Augustine chs 1-15
{_________________}
1/23 Augustine Augustine chs 16-33
{_________________}
1/25 Judgment and Satan Jacobs chs 4-5
{_________________}
1/28

Post-Medieval Feuds

Jacobs chs 6-7
{_________________}
1/30 Modern Projects Jacobs chs 8-9
{_________________}
2/1 Nurture and Nature Jacobs chs 10-11 and afterword
{_________________}
2/4-6

Trinity and Incarnation

Reflection involving two patristic theologians due (revision due 2/11)

McIntosh ch 6
{_________________}
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Podcasted Lecture Discussion: Can God Really Suffer? I-II III IV-V

Mark 14:1-15:47, 1 Corinthians 1:8-2:16
2/8 Luke according to Jeffrey Jeffrey intro and ch 1
{_________________}
2/11 Luke according to Jeffrey Jeffrey chs 2-4
{_________________}
2/13 Luke according to Jeffrey Jeffrey chs 5-7
{_________________}
2/15

Luke according to Jeffrey

Jeffrey chs 8-11
{_________________}
2/18 Four-Day  
2/20 Luke according to Jeffrey

Reflection on original sin due (revision due 2/27)

Jeffrey chs 12-16
{_________________}
2/22 Luke according to Jeffrey Jeffrey chs 17-21
{_________________}
2/25 Luke according to Jeffrey Jeffrey chs 22-24 and epilogue
{_________________}
2/27 Survey of Anthropology

McIntosh ch 7
{_________________}

3/1 Galatians according to Luther

Luther preface and chs 1-2
{_________________}

3/4 Galatians according to Luther

Luther chs 3-4
{_________________}

3/6 Galatians according to Luther Luther chs 5-6
{_________________}
3/8 Work ahead on scripture reflection  
3/11-15 Spring Break  
3/18 Modern, then Global, Theology

Kapic ch 1, Tennent ch 1
{_________________}

3/20 Trinitarian Theology

Kapic ch 2, Tennent ch 2
{_________________}

3/22

Bibliology and Hermeneutics

Reflection on Scripture due (revision due 4/3)

Kapic ch 4, Tennent ch 3
{_________________}

3/25

Anthropology

Kapic ch 6, Tennent ch 4
{_________________}

3/27 Christology Kapic ch 7, Tennent ch 5
{_________________}
3/29-4/1 Triduum
4/3 Soteriology Kapic ch 11, Tennent ch 6
{_________________}
4/5

Pneumatology

Extra credit analysis of a Holy Week service due, in your workbook

Kapic ch 10, Tennent ch 7
{_________________}
4/8

Ecclesiology

Kapic ch 14, Tennent ch 8
{_________________}
4/10 Eschatology

Kapic ch 15, Tennent ch 9
{_________________}

4/12 Divine Attributes and Atonement Kapic chs 3, 8
{_________________}
4/15 Creation and Providence Kapic chs 5, 9
{_________________}
4/17

Ethics and Practical Theology

Theological research/preaching proposal due

Kapic chs 12-13
{_________________}
4/19

Emerging Theology

Tennent ch 10
{_________________}
4/22

Your Turn

C.S. Lewis, Sallie McFague
{_________________}
4/24 Your Turn Henri Nouwen plus V.S. Ramachandran, Tim Keller
{_________________}
4/26 Study day  
5/2, noon-2pm Revision/reflection on your projects due (peer review is optional and done beforehand)  
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