All Courses

JPI 510/729

Theological Anthropology: History and Method

Beginning with an examination of the problem of anthropology in modernity, this course will examine the main themes of a […]

JPI 511/731

Faith and American Culture

This course proposes a theological-ontological reading of American culture. Its purpose is to frame the fundamental terms of a Catholic’s […]

JPI 517/817

Jesus Christ: Revealer of God and Man

This course seeks to give students an introduction to Christology that will help them to deepen their understanding of the […]

JPI 532/707

Biblical Theology of Marriage and Family: Old Testament

The purpose of this course is to help the student discover the biblical vision of the person, marriage, and family […]

JPI 548/748

Fundamental Moral Theology: Freedom and Human Action

This course takes up themes arising within fundamental moral theology. In what sense is moral theology really a theology? What […]

JPI 550/850

The Sexual Difference

“Sexual difference is one of the important questions of our age, if not in fact the burning issue. . .. […]

JPI 553/763

Being as Gift: Philosophical Foundations

This course elucidates the constitutive elements of a metaphysics of love necessary to undergird John Paul II’s nuptial anthropology. John […]

JPI 554/764

Catechesis on Human Love

This course examines John Paul II’s Man and Woman He Created Them: A Theology of the Body through a sequential reading of […]

JPI 556/765

Wojtyla’s Philosophical Preparation for John Paul II’s Theology

The course aims to present the relation between the philosophy of Karol Wojtyła and the theology of John Paul II. […]

JPI 569/866

Dominion and Technē

This course is essentially an exploration of the philosophical and theological meaning of work. In order to illuminate the meaning […]

JPI 570/838

Sexual Ethics and the Person

This course will study the personal character and meaning of the body as a foundation for sexual ethics. Starting with […]

JPI 605/839

Issues in Psychology: Gender, Sexuality, Marriage, and Family

Pope John Paul II stated, “Only a Christian anthropology, enriched by the contribution of indisputable scientific data, including that of […]

JPI 613/848

History of the Church

The aim of this course is to familiarize students with the historical unfolding of the life and mission of Church. […]

JPI 617

Biology, Medicine, and the Contours of Human Life

This course develops foundations for bioethical inquiry in view of the doctrine of creation, the nuptial anthropology proposed by John […]

JPI 619

Life, Death, and the Human Person

This course treats questions concerning illness, medical treatments, and death within the ambit of the anthropological foundations developed in JPI […]