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Theology is rooted in human reflection and investigation oriented toward the mystery of who God is. Through Gannon's theology program, you can uncover truths about God, creation and humanity and appreciate global religious diversity. The program integrates both faith and reason so you can develop critical thinking skills by engaging in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and fulfill your own spiritual calling.
Gain real-world knowledge through key courses including:
Theology of Marriage: Study the Judeo-Christian understanding of marriage through a biblical, theological and canonical lens. Topics include defining marriage, God and marriage, marriage preparation, and contemporary marital issues.
Theology and Cyberspace: Explore the moral and ethical dimensions of digital technologies that mediate between people and the external world from within the Christian theological tradition.
Protestant Christianity in the 21st Century: Examine contemporary Protestant expressions and the interface of religion, politics and social movements.
Gannon's theology program will lead you on an impactful journey by exploring spirituality, academic theology and critical thinking as you discern your life's purpose and prepare for a career. Through an array of meaningful opportunities, you can:
“The program has … supported me in asking difficult questions, seeking truth and gaining a larger perspective on the world. Ultimately, the program has taught me about the relationships humans have with one another and the relationship between God and humanity.”
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Eric DartAssistant ProfessorAssistant ProfessorChairperson
Janna GonwaAssistant Professor
Jason MitchellAssistant Professor
Casimir WozniakAssistant Professor
Jason GloverAdjunct Lecturer
Emily GrenciAdjunct Lecturer
Caleb GundlachAdjunct Lecturer
Brent HeckmanAdjunct Lecturer
Michael KesickiAdjunct Lecturer
Kimberly LytleAdjunct Lecturer
Alexandra McLaughlinAdjunct Lecturer
Keith SundbergAdjunct Lecturer
Charlotte ZalotAdjunct Lecturer