Public course "Introduction to Systematic Theology" - Prof. Fulvio Ferrario

Public course "Introduction to Systematic Theology" - Prof. Fulvio Ferrario


October 19, 2021 - February 1, 2022


every Tuesday










Prof. Fulvio Ferrario



Introduction to Systematic Theology

Fundamental Structures of the Christian Faith



A synthetic exposition of the lineaments of Christian doctrine, based on the Creed of Nicaea - Constantinople. The tension between the ancient words of the church and the experience of faith in a largely de-Christianized society can be disorienting at times, but it is always stimulating for those who have the patience to go beyond religious or atheistic catch phrases. This is what this course is all about.






19/10 Thinking faith and believing thought


26/10 One God: violent monotheism?


2/11 Father and also all-powerful: a neurotic God?


9/11 Talking about the Creator in the Age of Science


16/11 Is Jesus God?


23/11 The Man of Nazareth


2/12 The Crucifix

(N.B: Lesson exceptionally moved to Thursday for organizational needs)


7/12 The Third Day


14/12: The Creator Spirit


21/12 The meaning of the Trinitarian doctrine


11/1 The Church


18/1 One Baptism


25/1 Resurrection: what am I to imagine?


1/2 Judgment, hell, paradise and maybe even purgatory: sense and non-sense of eschatological images


Access credentials are to be requested from the secretariat at the time of registration.


Attached you will find the poster of the course and registration form