• The specialization of students in the newer orthodox theology and spirituality, the way of knowing the doctrine and the methodology of the inter-Christian and interreligious dialogue.
• The deepening of the monuments of tradition (worship, art, rules, conciliar decisions, terms, etc.) and the possibilities they provide for a dialogue with diversity.
• Mark the link between past and present.
• To highlight the interventionist nature of dogmatic theology for both the whole of modern civilization in general and the Church in particular.
Course Content (Syllabus)
Meeting modern themes of dogmatic theology, deepening the way of developing theological thought and the possibility of dialogue of theology and especially of Orthodoxy with modern civilization. In dialogue, that is, with the arts, sciences and religions, which reveals the interaction and importance of diversity for the constitution of societies.
Theology, Orthodoxy, otherness, Christianity, Religion, culture, tolerance, reception, kenosis, dogma.