If theology is "faith seeking understanding," as St. Anselm has said, one cannot "do" theology without also having a significant faith life. Hence, this course has both an academic and a developmental focus. Students will read the great spiritual masters who have shaped Christian spirituality as they learn about the various Christian traditions and practices of prayer. During the course of the semester, students will be invited to reflect on their own spirituality and to consider how it shapes both their theological studies and their Christian praxis. Offered even years.