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Analyze their own assumptions about this material by selecting their topic for the Argumentative Essay. Engage two serious moments of compromise and dialogue represented in selections from the Council of Trent and the recent Joint Declaration between Lutherans and Catholics. This will contribute to the development of their own theories and sensitivities to others’ theories. Readings Theme – Calvin and Double Predestination John Calvin, Commentaries (on Election and Predestination), in Library of Christian Classics , 23.288-312 & Institutes, 3.21-24 selections from Library of Christian Classics, 21.920-987 in Resource Workbook 2.122-2.166. Theme – Introduction to Calvin Who is Chosen? Chapter 4 (pp 34-42). Theme – Justification Trent, Session 6 (Decree on Justification), trans updated by Humphries in Resource Workbook 2.169-2.179 & Joint Declaration on Justification, found online. Optional Reading : Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 1987-2029 (this selection starts at Part 3, section 1, chapter 2, article 2.1)- online. Assignments Items to be Completed: Due No Later Than: Submit Argument Summary Paper 6 Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT Module 7 One Lord, Jesus Christ Objectives When you complete this module, you should be able to:
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Demonstrate their understanding of the exegetical problem and various solutions offered to it in their History of Interpretation paper. Learn the Catholic position concerning Jesus Christ as the sole savior and engage it critically in discussion. Demonstrate an understanding of the limits and openness of Vatican II and select theories of Karl Rahner in their Argumentative Summary Paper. Readings Theme – The Way, the Truth, and the Life Course Workbook: Vatican II, Gaudium et Spes, 1, 7-22 in in Resource Workbook 2.180-2.188 & Dominus Iesus , found online. Optional reading - Catechism of the Catholic Church , 976-1065. Theme – The Anonymous Christian Course Workbook: Karl Rahner, Theological Investigations , (trans. C. Ernst), vol 6.390-398 & vol 14.280-294 in Resource Workbook 2.189-2.200. Optional reading found online - Norman Wong, "Anonymous Christian in Rahner." Assignments Items to be Completed: Due No Later Than: Submit Argument Summary Paper 7 Sunday 11:59 PM EST/EDT Submit History of Interpretation Paper Submit 11:59 PM?EDT Module 8 Hope for All Objectives When you complete this module, you should be able to: Finalize their own theories and responses to other theories in their Argumentative Essay. Engage a popular contemporary theory concerning hope for universal salvation as presented in the work of Hans Urs von Balthasar. Understand von Balthasar’s exegetical strategy of admitting the problem, but avoiding the formulation of a statement of belief as a solution. Readings Theme – Introduction to Balthasar Hope for All Who is Chosen? Chapter 5 (pp 43-52). Von Balthazar, Hans Urs, Dare We Hope, Chapters 1-4 (1988 edition pp 13-84 / 2014 edition pp 18-45), Chapters 8-10 (1988 edition p125-157 / 2014 edition pp 65-79); Short Discourse on Hell, Chapters 1-7 (1988 edition pp 163-221 / 2014 edition pp 81- 114).
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