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About the department

About the department

Theology builds a bridge between religious experience and human society. To expand understanding of the human person and of God, the Department seeks to make accessible to all its students an immense tradition of knowledge, especially through interpretation theory, historical analysis, psychological insight, and theoretical elaboration.

The Department is dedicated to training professional theologians and researchers while expanding the horizons of those who wish to appreciate their heritage.

The Department offers five main areas of concentration, in Scripture, History, Systematics, Christian Ethics and Pastoral Care. More on areas of concentration


Word in the World

The Department of Theological Studies publishes Word in the World, a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to engage theology in the issues and realities of contemporary life. The journal committe welcomes scholarly articles, poetry, reflection pieces, fiction and visual art from students and faculty within and from outside the department, and looks forward to receiving submissions for the next issue on "Theology Unbound". More on the Journal


The Department also publishes KannenBright, the Undergraduate Student Journal. For more on information, you can visit the Journal's website

Studia Theologica

The Department also publishes a Newsletter, Studia Theologica, which covers various news and events such as last Fall's international colloquium on The Reception and Interpretation of Scripture in Late AntiquityMore on the Newsletter

Our people

Dr. Marie-France Dion Email, Tel: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2483
Graduate Program Director  
Dr. André Gagné Email, Tel: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2993
Undergraduate Program (Major, Minor, Honors), and Certificate Advisors
Dr. Christine Jamieson Email, Tel: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2477
Dr. Paul Allen (on leave) Email, Tel: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2492
Assistant to the Chair and GPA  
Isabelle Mignault Email, Tel: (514) 848-2424 ext. 2475

Department location

2140 rue Bishop, Annex D (SGW campus)

The department is located on Bishop Street between Sherbrooke and de Maisonneuve, just north and to the east of the main Hall building, and just south of the Concordia Co-Op store. 

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