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Exploring Catholic Theology

Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
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What is the meaning of life? Throughout recorded history, humans have pondered this question. In Exploring Catholic Theology, a masterful course by Boston College's Fr. Harvey Egan, you will grapple with life's ultimate questions as you explore the Christian tradition.

With the aid of Fr. Egan's exceptional teaching, you will discover deeper insights into general and individual Christian beliefs. An award-winning theologian who received his doctorate under Karl Rahner, he shows you Christianity's heritage as a powerful whole, allowing you to explore the full range of life's greatest mysteries.

Thorough yet accessible, Fr. Egan's lectures focus on major Christian tenets while also considering smaller ones. To grasp these truths, you will tackle essential scriptural, exegetical, dogmatic, historical, theological, and ecumenical questions. In addition to using new insights from contemporary Christian movements and thinkers, you will encounter perspectives from various traditions.

Drawing on nearly fifty years of teaching, Fr. Egan's course imparts powerful wisdom to lifelong Christians and non-Christians alike. His 24-lecture course reveals the universality of our quest to comprehend life's purpose: our one humanity, our one world, our one cosmos. Gain a deeper awareness of the mysteries of existence today.

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  • 28-12-18

Someone forgot to edit!

I love it when the author is also the narrator. However, this is obviously an early cut of the narration, because there are several points in which Father Egan re-reads a section where he was unsatisfied with how he originally read it, or where he speaks briefly with the person handling the recording equipment.

Please do not let this distract you from the depth of the work, just be aware of this going in.