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The Prospectus for Doctoral Programs in Theology published by the Doctoral Faculty in Theology at Boston University says: "The understanding of theology informing the doctoral programs in theology implies that theological activity within any primary tradition is most intelligible and academically sound when pursued in the context of basic knowledge of, and continual openness toward, theology and religious philosophy as it has developed in other traditions." This course is designed to aid students in securing this basic knowledge, which is also an important part of preparation for teaching introductory religion courses in University or College Religious Studies Departments.

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