This course will discuss various methods and approaches in systematic theology, like Lonergan’s and Rahner’s transcendental methods, contextual methods like those of Liberation theology, or postcolonial approaches. We will analyze the strengths and weaknesses of such classical and modern methods. This will help the students develop their own strategy of argumentation and their own style of theology. Therefore, this course is especially designed for students writing or planning to write a Mag., Lic., or Doctoral thesis. Examples will be taken mostly from systematic theology, but you are also welcome if you are working in another field.