Engage theology and religious studies as academic disciplines. Analyze central beliefs and practices. Study the relationships between faith, reason, and culture - in global contexts. Evaluate the significance of religion for personal, collective, and global life.
At VU students study theology and religion within the conceptual framework of faith seeking understanding, engaging culture.
Christian students gain deeper insight into their faith, students from other religious traditions achieve a better understanding of the uniqueness of their own tradition, and all acquire that advanced knowledge of the faith-culture-reason relations that are a vital part of the Villanova experience and a necessity for the educated person.
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Dr. Hadley is a senior staff member of the Jezreel Archaeological Expedition, working at Tel Jezreel, Israel. She is representing Villanova on the excavation team, and Villanova is also a consortium member for the excavation. Follow her blog ...
Integrative Learning: Summer study-abroad program (undergraduate) blends structural engineering, theology and Augustinian mission into an unforgettable experience for faculty and students.
"In fact, if I went back to college today, I think I would probably major in comparative religion, because that’s how integrated it is in everything that we are working on and deciding and thinking about in life today."