Dr. Girim Jung
What does constructive theology have to do with race, non-Christian religions/spiritualities, and other categories of political and cultural subjectivation? This course examines different constructive treatments of race, gender, class, culture, and religions by white and Global Majority constructive theologians and theorists/discourses that they draw from. Weekly course topics/readings will pair a constructive theologian with theoretical texts they draw from in their theological construction. Students will analyze how theologians draw from each respective discourse and note the limitations in applying/adapting those insights into traditional systematic and contemporary constructive theological projects. In addition, students will construct their own theological responses to subjectivation that is applicable to their own communal/ecclesial contexts.
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