Students who successfully complete the Theology major will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the foundations for theological reflection, including the major events of the biblical narratives, the development of key practices and doctrines throughout history, and contemporary theological debates.
- Demonstrate the skills necessary to read and analyze the Bible, as well as other theological texts from the ancient to the modern era.
- Communicate theological ideas effectively in spoken and written form.
- Respond intelligently in life and thought to the way these texts and traditions challenge (and are challenged by) our contemporary world, including other religions, cultures, and pressing moral issues.
- Engage and critique contemporary and historic concerns about the intersection of power, privilege, and human dignity in light of Christian texts, convictions, and practices toward the promotion of justice.