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Spirituality Course in Korean This Intersession: 3 July to 8 August 2020

Jul 2, 2020

TMP 257.03/TMP 357.03 Development in the Spiritual Life:

 

Grace and the Spiritual Journey

 

은총과 영적 여정

 

3 July to 8 August 2020
Friday and Saturday

8:00 am to 11:50 am

 

Course Description: Spiritual growth is a journey towards the Trinitarian God. This course will be useful for the students to interpret or re-interpret their spiritual experience and their lives through the theological understanding of Grace, which is God’s invitation to communion with Godself, without overlooking the cooperation of human beings.

영적 성장은 하느님의 주도와 인간의 협력 안에서 이루어지는 여정이다. 본 수업은 이 여정에 대한 신학적 성찰로서, 세상을 창조하시고 구원하시며 마침내 종말에 완성하실 삼위일체 하느님과 그분의 구원경륜의 신비라는 전망 안에서 인간이 삼위일체 하느님과 친교로 초대됨을 다루는 은총에 대한 신학적 이해를 통하여 자신의 체험들, 삶의 순간들을 ‘해석’, 혹은 ‘재해석’할 수 있도록, 그리고 우리의 삶을 은총의 전망 안에서 보고 또 살아낼 수 있도록 도움을 주고자 한다.

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To provide opportunities for the international students of LST to theologize in the Asian context and in their own Asian languages, LST has instituted its “Theology in an Asian Language Series” by offering theology and psycho-spirituality courses in the Vietnamese, Bahasa Indonesia, Korean, Mandarin and other languages.
For the Intersession of Academic Year 2020-2021, LST will offer a course in Korean with Prof. Teresa Choi Hyeon Soon, S.T.D.

 

Prof. Choi was Senior Researcher at the Institute of Theology in the Jesuit Sogang University, Korea from 2013-2018. She is currently Professor at the Sogang Institute for the Education of the Whole Person at the same University.

 

She obtained the following degrees: Bachelor of Science in Biology, Seoul National University (1991); Master of Arts in Education with specialization in Biology, Seoul National University (1993); Master of Theology, Sogang University (2005); Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology (STB), Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Rome (2006); Licentiate in Sacred Theology (STL), Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Rome (2008); and Doctorate in Sacred Theology (STD), Pontificia Università Gregoriana, Rome (2012).

 

This three-unit course will be taught in Korean. Students may enroll as credit (with grade) or audit (no grade). No sit-in students are allowed. Academic requirements will be prescribed for students enrolled in the course as credit. Course fees will be announced soon.

 

Non-LST students and cross enrollees may download the Application Form for Non-Certificate students from here (right click and choose ‘Save link as’) and email the scanned accomplished form to admin@lst.edu indicating their intent to enroll. Enrollment instructions will be sent by email.

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Pope Francis in Korea, 14-18 August 2014

COURSE SCHEDULE

 

3 July 2020

 

Friday

도입 / 성경 안에서 은총과 인간

Orientation / Grace and the Human Being in the Old Testament

4 July 2020

 

Saturday

신약성경 안에서 은총과 인간

Grace and the Human Being in the New Testament

10 July 2020

 

Friday

하느님 은총의 목표는? – 신화에 대한 동방교회의 이해

 

The Final Goal of the Activity of God – Theology of Deification in the Orthodox Church

11 July 2020

 

Saturday

노력한 만큼 구원받을 수 있을까?

 

Salvation: With Grace and/or With My Cooperation?

17 July 2020

 

Friday

은총이 주어질 때 우리 안에는 무슨 일이 일어날까?

 

What happens in us when grace is given to us?

18 July 2020

 

Saturday

중간시험

 

Midterm Examination

24 July 2020

Friday

오로지 은총으로, 오로지 신앙으로 구원을 받는가?
Salvation: Sola Gratia, Sola Fide?

25 July 2020

Saturday

나는 나의 선행에 대하여 보상을 바래도 될까?

 

Can we hope to be recompensed for our good works?

31 July 2020

Friday

은총 앞에 선 자유의지, 그리고 자유에 대하여

 

Liberum arbitrium on Grace and Human Freedom

1 August 2020

Saturday

삼위일체이신 하느님과 나의 여정
The Human Being and Grace from the Perspective of the Trinitarian God

7 August 2020

Friday

지금의 우리는 충만하게 완성될 우리 모습에 무슨 의미가 있나?

 

What does my present existence mean for eschatological fulfillment?

8 August 2020

Saturday

기말시험

 

Final Examination

 

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