Courses Spring 2022

TH-DO-2300 Theological Anthropology and Eschatology

Click here for the Course Syllabus.

Books to Buy

Students are not required to buy these texts, but they are responsible for having a copy for their sole use during the course. The Library provides a book exchange for students to pass on books they no longer need to other students, and is located in the library office. Please consider donating gently used textbooks. Identify any book to be dropped off for the swap so that they can be marked. Donation to the swap is not necessary to take books from it.

  • Joseph Ratzinger
    In the Beginning…’: A Catholic Understanding of the Story of Creation and the Fall
    Eerdmans
    978-0802841063
    $12.67
  • Charles Journet
    The Meaning of Grace
    Scepter Publishers
    0933932944
    $11.95
  • Henri de Lubac
    The Drama of Atheist Humanism
    Ignatius Press
    978-0898704433
    $16.84
  • C.S. Lewis
    The Great Divorce
    HarperOne
    978-0060652951
    $8.99

Recommended Texts

Recommended texts are those from which not enough reading assignments are drawn to warrant asking students to provide their own copies or those that instructors think will enhance a student’s appreciation of the subject matter of the course. Any reading assignments drawn from these texts will be available on reserve.

  • Sample Recommended Texts Here

Electronic Reserve

Below are links to required or recommended texts available in an electronic format. For physical reserve items, please refer to the course syllabus.

Balthasar, The Theology of HDeLubac, Newness of Christ

Fr. Chaberek, OP. Catholicism and Evolution: A History from Darwin to Pope Francis. (these items are on e-reserve until the Library receives its copy of the book)

1-Controversy about Evolution

2-From Biblical Creationism to Intelligent Design

3-Early Statements of the Magisterium on Evolution

4-Rise of Catholic Evolutionism

5-The Pontifical Biblical Commission Decrees 1905-1909

6-Evolution during the Pontificate of Pius XII

8-The Standpoint of Pope John Paul II

9-The Current Theological Debate