Comparative Theology of Judaism and Christianity (JST 603) | Gratz College

Comparative Theology of Judaism and Christianity (JST 603)

This course focuses on some of the major theological beliefs in both ancient Judaism and early Christianity. While the course will be based primarily on the Thirteen Principles of Faith of Maimonides as well as the Nicene Creed and basic dogmatic theology of early Christianity, a variety of later Jewish and Christian points of view will also be included. The primary concepts covered include: God the creator; the unity of God and the Trinity; idolatry and icons; prophecy and the Holy Spirit; Scripture and tradition; reward, punishment, and forgiveness; and the Messiah, the world to come, and resurrection.

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