Pagan Theology

Theology—the study of Deity—calls us to make connections between reason and experience, history and contemporary life, and between our own traditions and practices and those of others. It is something we do—a practice by which we grow in deeper understanding of our relationships with the divine and others, not a matter of mere theory. In this class, we will explore and refine our personal theologies through encounters with significant voices in Paganism, the Western occult tradition, and earth-centered and feminist Christianity/post-Christianity, as well as develop expertise with theological terminology. Students will develop skills to engage in informed and intelligent theological discussions with clergy from other religious traditions.

Instructor: Francesca Tronelli, PhD
Meeting Day/Time: Mondays, 6:00 pm ET
Required Texts: Christine Hoff Kraemer, Seeking the Mystery: An Introduction to Pagan Theologies (Patheos Press, 2012)

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