Why study the Master's Degree in Christianity and Contemporary Culture?
The Master's Degree of training Permanent in Christianity and Contemporary Culture studies the main issues that shape today's world: thought, arts, science and religion.
Taught by specialists with a recognized research career, it offers the necessary instructions for the student to deepen the knowledge in the various areas of study.
The Master's Degree has an interdisciplinaryapproach that allows the development of a unitary understanding of reality. The themes are approached jointly from both humanistic knowledge and theology. The general perspective of Master's Degree is that of the relationship between religion and culture, and the methodological principle is that of circular dialogue between faith and reason.
What influence do History, Politics and Theology have on the cultural development ?
Can religion and secularism coexist in public spaces?
What are the Christian answers to the big scientific questions?
The Master's Degree will help you to find advanced knowledge to understand the problems and challenges of today's world in its intellectual, historical, social, scientific, artistic, literary, philosophical and theological aspects. You will learn to identify the fundamental elements of Christian understanding of contemporary culture on the basis of the dialogue between faith and reason.
The projection of the knowledge acquired will depend on the field of your professional activity. Here are some hints:
You will acquire advanced knowledge of the main areas that make up culture. You will be able to respond to concerns or questions that exist in today's society about the relationship between culture and religion.
Art and culture.
You will gain a unitary vision of the various elements that make up culture. You will deepen your understanding of the religious dimension of art and the relationship between art and Christianity.
You will be able to bring current debates to society with a more comprehensive vision, including the religious dimension.
You will be able to incorporate into your research the relationship between faith and reason, the dialogue between science and religion or the relevance of Christianity for the understanding of contemporary culture.