Residential Minor in Public Theology
Focus on the intersection of culture and faith with a minor in Public Theology from Liberty University. Equip yourself with the tools you need to think critically about the theological dynamics of current events. Engage with topics including disability, politics, and race, and learn to apply biblical truth to cultural issues.
Study under professors who have Ph.D.s in their fields, and who are grounded in their biblical worldview. Develop your understanding of biblical and theological application to all areas of life as you prepare for your future career.
Academic Information: Residential Minor in Public Theology
16 credit hours
Program of Study
Featured Public Theology Courses
- A Theology of Suffering & Disability (THEO 324)
- Theology of the Family (THEO 330)
- Theology and Politics (THEO 340)
- Theology of Race and Culture (THEO 345)
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