Today’s podcast episode features Stephen Okey’s conversation with Dana Dillon. They had the opportunity to talk at the 2015 convention of the College Theology Society, held at the University of Portland in Portland, OR. In […]
Tag: Teaching Theology
DT Podcast Episode 4 – Fr. Louis Brusatti
Our fourth episode brings Mike Avery’s conversation with Fr. Louis T. Brusatti of St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX. Fr. Lou talks about how he prepares to preach, what he thinks makes a good priest, […]
Relating Sacramentally in Online Teaching
By Daniella Zsupan-Jerome, Ph.D. Stephen Okey’s recent reflection on “Catholic Identity and Online Education” is a timely conversation starter, and I appreciate his framework of focusing especially on five key areas of concern around Catholic […]
Catholic Identity and Online Education
What is it that makes an education Catholic? Can one get a Catholic education online? Would a degree from an online program be any more or less Catholic than one from a “traditional” college or […]
Matthew, Mark, Luke, & Kid Rock: A Primer on Gospel Sources
Welcome to Vacation Bible School: Gospel Edition! VBS at Daily Theology runs from July 1 – August 1. We’ll be posting twice a week about the gospels in theology, the liturgy, the classroom, and at home. […]
Salvation for All? A Deeper Look at Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Soteriology
Every year on the first day of Christology class, one of my sophomores raises their hand (usually half way during our fascinating analysis of the syllabus and classroom rules) and asks the following question, “Mr. […]
Theological Education or Evangelization?
“What is the role of faith in the classroom?” In light of the upcoming Synod, we may even ask: “can the classroom be a place for evangelization? The previous posts in Theological Shark Week III […]
Faith!? You Can’t Teach Faith!
Coming from a Thomistically inspired perspective, as is my wont, faith is not something that can be taught. Rather, faith is a gift from God, one of the many ways in which God communicates God’s […]
Is there Faith in the Classroom?
Was George Michael right? Do you “gotta have faith”? Last week I started my second year of teaching Catholic theology at Boston College. I have the same core course as last year (“Exploring Catholicism”), but […]
Theological Shark Week III: “What is the role of faith in the classroom?”
As a new school year begins, many of us here on the blog have been reflecting on the place that faith has in the classroom for both teachers and students of theology. The six contributors […]
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