Students in Dr. Wolff's Theology class explore traditional conventions and creative innovations in Christian Theology. They consider the stakes of applying theology in specific times, places, and bodies. Students produce sympathetic and critical analysis of readings as related to lived experiences, and learn about how theology has been shaped by ecclesial and cultural performances. Assignments include papers and creative projects.


Submissions from 2020


Ecowomanism: A Solution to Climate and Social Injustice, Alexis K. Karon