|Type of course:||Compulsory|
|Language of instruction:||Romanian|
|Erasmus Language of instruction:||English|
|Name of lecturer:||Mihai Himcinschi|
|Seminar tutor:||Razvan Brudiu|
|Form of education||Full-time|
|Form of instruction:||Lecture|
|Number of teaching hours per semester:||42|
|Number of teaching hours per week:||3|
|Form of receiving a credit for a course:||Grade|
|Number of ECTS credits allocated||4|
1. Introduction in Theology. Theology and Spirituality: the Speculative Theology, the Pietistic Theology, 2. Dogma, Kerugma, Theological Opinion, 3. The Need for Dogmatics Dogmatizing and Non-Dogmatism, 4. Dogmatic Knowledge, the Extrinsic-ism and the Immanent-ism, 5. The Divine Revelation, the Natural Revelation, the Supra-Natural Revelation, 6. The Ways of Conveying the Supra-Natural Revelation, 7. The Knowledge of God: the Natural Knowledge, the Supra-Natural Knowledge, the Cataphatic and the Apophatic Knowledge, the Existential Knowledge, the Way of the Heart, 8. The Being and the Uncreated Energies of God, 9. The Attributes of God: the Report between the Attributes, the Energies, and the Divine Being; the Natural Attributes, the Intellectual Attributes; the Moral Attributes, 10. The Holy Trinity: the Argumentation and the Revealing of the Holy Trinity, 11 The Formulation of the Dogma of the Holy Trinity, 12. The Distinctions and the Antinomies of the Holy Trinity, 13. The Perichoresis and the Closeness, 14. Filioque .
critical, selective and systematic attitude towards dogmatic information; ability of applying the principles for understanding a dogmatic document in an appropriate manner, respectively, to take into account all elements involved (socio-cultural, patristic, religious).