Most Seattle Pacific University's undergraduate students follow the same general education curriculum to complete their undergraduate degrees. Among these requirements are University Foundations courses, which are part of Seattle Pacific’s Common Curriculum.
The Foundations courses include three consecutive courses centered in the foundations of Christian faith:
- "Christian Formation," which explores the lived experience of faith.
- "Christian Scriptures," which provides a way of conceptualizing, reading, and practicing the truth of Scripture as the authority for Christian formation.
- "Christian Theology," which reflects upon the relationship between God and humankind as expressed in the Scriptures and experienced in a life of faith.
Not only do these courses introduce students to the biblical heritage and to the distinctive doctrines and practices of various strands within the historic Christian tradition, but they also represent ways in which the School of Theology serves all students at SPU.
As you confront these perennial human questions, you are challenged to understand yourself, your heritage and traditions, and the world from the perspective of the Christian faith.
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“[M]ulatto/a bodies allow us to look upon the life of Christ anew and grasp the depth of his work more profoundly. Through the fissures of discourse that render 'mixed bodies' possible we can see Christ’s own life as the ground of this peculiar personhood, even as he is its salvation.”