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Licenciatus in Theologia

Competences

  • Carry out methodologically rigorous research work.
  • Face up to the challenges that interculturality poses for Theology.
  • Critically analyse and assess judgements and discourses, both of our own and those of others, on theological issues.
  • Teleologically integrate and organise social and cultural diversity within the framework of the promotion of human rights, as an enriching aspect both for society and the Church.
  • Understand the current problem areas in the relationship between faith and reason.
  • Critically assess the different views and opinions about the relationship between faith and reason.
  • Foster the concern for the proclamation of faith in a systematic and significant way.
  • Recognise the importance of social and cultural transformations when it comes to proposing the credibility of Christian faith.
  • Organise and plan pastoral and evangelisation projects.
  • Recognise and apply the dimensions of Christian faith to various social and cultural experiences.
  • Write a report on an author or issue in the current teleological scene.
  • Work out keys to interpret European society and culture based on the study of the Bible and the Judaeo-Christian biblical tradition.
  • Use the concepts and principles of the teleological method to explain the reason why religious differences exist.
  • Assess the contributions and risks of religious beliefs and practices to propose their integration in a framework of rationality and public dimension of Christian faith.

 

Competences

  • Carry out methodologically rigorous research work.
  • Face up to the challenges that interculturality poses for Theology.
  • Critically analyse and assess judgements and discourses, both of our own and those of others, on theological issues.
  • Teleologically integrate and organise social and cultural diversity within the framework of the promotion of human rights, as an enriching aspect both for society and the Church.
  • Understand the current problem areas in the relationship between faith and reason.
  • Critically assess the different views and opinions about the relationship between faith and reason.
  • Foster the concern for the proclamation of faith in a systematic and significant way.
  • Recognise the importance of social and cultural transformations when it comes to proposing the credibility of Christian faith.
  • Organise and plan pastoral and evangelisation projects.
  • Recognise and apply the dimensions of Christian faith to various social and cultural experiences.
  • Write a report on an author or issue in the current teleological scene.
  • Work out keys to interpret European society and culture based on the study of the Bible and the Judaeo-Christian biblical tradition.
  • Use the concepts and principles of the teleological method to explain the reason why religious differences exist.
  • Assess the contributions and risks of religious beliefs and practices to propose their integration in a framework of rationality and public dimension of Christian faith.