Theology of Political Reconciliation

Designation: THEO 7143

In this course students will develop a theology of political reconciliation through the lens of collective ethical responsibility. They will explore the place of social sin, forgiveness, and repentance in political reconciliation, and consider the tension between individual and collective responsibility. Students will apply their learning to contemporary contexts as they consider the political role of the church and what it means for Christian leaders to be ambassadors of reconciliation.

Recommended Prior Study

  • None


Dr. Anna Robbins
Dr. Millard R. Cherry Professor of Theology, Ethics and Culture: 1-902-585-2251:

Study Abroad

Expand your knowledge as you study in a unique setting. This course is being offered at an international location as part of our Study Abroad course offerings.

Course Information
Current Schedule - Special Time - Spring Term 2019 Designation Instructor

This course is part of a two week study tour in the Holy Land. Tuition is included in the cost of the trip. Contact Dr. Wooden for Trip details.

June 8-19 2019

THEO 7223 X5 Dr. Anna Robbins