Theology for the Head, Heart, Hands and Feet: An Approach to the First Course
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This essay examines an approach to the first course which aims to be flexible enough to allow for a diversity of emphases reflecting the strengths and interests of specific teachers, but specific enough to justify its status as a core requirement and as the first course in theology. The correlation between theology and anthropology provides the key for maintaining this balance. The syllabus which illustrates this coalesces around several sets of interrelated images, questions, and themes which seek to formulate a theology for the head, heart, hands and feet.
Masson, Robert, "Theology for the Head, Heart, Hands and Feet: An Approach to the First Course" (1986). Theology Faculty Research and Publications. 419.
Horizons, Vol. 13, No. 1 (Spring 1986): 90-103. Publisher link.