4 edition of Oration on the philosophical studies necessary for the student of theology found in the catalog.
|Statement||translations by Christian Høgel and Peter Fisher ; postscript by F.J. Billeskov Jansen ; edited by Eric Jacobsen on the occasion of the Eighth Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies, Copenhagen, August 1991.|
|Contributions||Billeskov Jansen, F. J. 1907-, Fisher, Peter, fl. 1979-, Høgel, Christian., Jacobsen, Eric., International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (8th : 1991 : Copenhagen, Denmark)|
|LC Classifications||BT40 .S5513 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||127|
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Product Information. Oration on the Philosophical Studies Necessary for the Student of Theology -- Oration on the philosophical studies necessary for the student of theology: facsimile of the Latin edition, Ribe, [Jens Andersen Sinning; Eric Jacobsen; Christian Høgel; Peter Fisher; F J Billeskov Jansen].
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Most Catholic universities today have philosophy departments that are excellent spiritually as well as academically, but have deeply compromised theology departments.
Their effect on students is much more often to weaken their faith than to strengthen it, not only in controversial moral issues such as abortion. Introduction to Oration on the philosophical studies necessary for the student of theology book, Fall 9 III.
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Bibliology. Study of theology generally leads to intricate philosophical discussions without any conrete outcome. On the other hand, scientists unravelling intricacies of life and cosmos face the shock when.
The Master of Studies (MSt) in Philosophical Theology offers graduates in either philosophy or theology the opportunity to undertake advanced study in a field bridging the two disciplines. Teaching is provided jointly by members of both the Faculty of Philosophy and the Faculty of Theology and Religion.
“Clearly, the aim of a seminary philosophy program is not to make seminarians into philosophers, academic experts, in the full sense, but it is to try to make them philosophical, to have a sense of how questions can be pursued, to have a number of strategic distinctions and definitions clearly in mind, to be able to respond with philosophical understanding to questions people raise.
Many of. My experience in research programs this last year is that religion/theology departments are really open to philosophy (or any interdisciplinary study for that matter) and many have special tracks that are designed specifically for interdisciplinary interests.
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