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Areas of interest

Latin American theology

Scientific investigation

Social Sciences

Christian Feminism

Social Justice 

Prophetic Denunciation

Adolescence and Childhood

Sports ethics




Project management

Dulce Gutierrez

Dulce Gutiérrez is the current Vice President of Academic Affairs at Alef University. She is a teacher,   of Scientific Research Methods and Techniques, Latin American Theology, Contemporary Theology and Social Sciences, she is a lecturer and writer. She is currently a doctoral student in Theology at the Central American Pentecostal Biblical Seminary (SEBIPCA). He graduated with honors from the master's degree in Christian Theology from Alef University, and completed undergraduate studies at the Central American Technological University, where he obtained a double degree: Computer Engineering and a University Technician in Business Administration. He completed Modular Theological studies and a Master Training in Global Action: Training Leaders to change the World. Also THe has training in Social and Political Leadership at the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Foundation in Germany. It has stood out as regional leader and was the representative of Honduras at the IV Iber-American Summit of Young Leaders and Heads of State in Cancún, Mexico, likewise at the South American Business Forum in Buenos Aires, Argentina and at the Retaking Values and Actions conference in Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay, in the same way in other related events such as advocate for children and women and as a researcher in applications  social of contextual theology. 

  • 01.THPR – 12 Research Methods and Techniques
    Study in this course focuses on the general theory of research. It studies the aspects of both form and substance that must be taken into account by the researcher. The goal is that the student is able to carry out research work of the highest quality. The class summary bibliography can be found at:
  • 02.THBI – 12 Biblical criticism
    In this course, students will study the six most common forms of biblical criticism, such as textual, literary, form, historical, linguistic, and editorial criticism. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 03.THHI – 01  History of the Church
    In this course, twenty centuries of history are developed, addressing topics such as: The foundation of the Christian faith, the papacy, relevant events of the Middle Ages, the Reformation, movements in England, the Church in the United States, and the Church in Latin America. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 04.THSI – 04 Systematic Theology
    It is a fascinating study of the ten branches of Systematic Theology, beginning with the introductory aspects of theology and the evolution of theological thought in Latin America. It is important to note that this study is carried out from a Latin American perspective without sacrificing the general themes of traditional theology. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 05.THPR – 19  Sacred Oratory
    This course is a general theory of preaching that goes from the introductory concepts of the subject to the presentation of the sermon on social networks. The study includes everything related to the speech, the speaker, how it derives, how it is organized, how it is structured and finally how it is presented to the public. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 06.THEX – 18  Biblical Exegesis
    The importance of biblical exegesis is studied, its different methods, the importance it has for biblical interpretation. Apply Historical-Critical exegetical methods to the different passages that the student will study. This is an introductory course that will give the student the basic tools to do exegetical work. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 07.THSI – 03 Theology in human thought
    This is a panoramic study of human philosophy, from Thales of Miletus to contemporary philosophers. Study especially, those points in which the philosophers spoke about God and the most important metaphysical issues. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 08.THSI – 06  Christ and salvation
    A careful study of the doctrine of Christ and salvation is carried out. This is a course that will give the student the basic concepts of Christology and soteriology in order to determine when a doctrine does not meet Christological and soteriological, biblical and systematic criteria. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 09.THHI – 06  Patristic and Medieval Theology
    This course has to do with the origin and development of the doctrines of Christianity that arose in the Middle Ages both with the fathers of the Church and with other theologians and that have undoubtedly shaped the theological thought of the Church to the present day. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 10.THSI – 05 Contemporary Theology
    It is a study of the various thoughts that have emerged from the 19th and 20th centuries, especially German theology and other European, American and Latin American thinkers. This course shows the reaction of man towards the traditional dogmas of the Church and the historical evolution of theological thought. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 11.THHI – 07   History of Latin American Thought
    A historical journey is made from the Christianization of the continent by the Spanish and the establishment of the Church. The line of thought is drawn from the Second Vatican Council, passing through the theology of liberation, then the theological thought of both the Latin American Episcopal Council and the Latin American Congress of Evangelization are studied. The summary bibliography of the class can be found at:
  • 12.THHI – 08  Christian Thought and the Church of the 21st Century
    It is the study of the way of seeing of people from different cultures of Christianity, thus molding a point of view that only shows us one angle of the truth. In this sense, Anglo, Hispanic, African, Asian theology is studied, as well as the thought of contemporary movements such as the apostolic - prophetic, among others. The class summary bibliography can be found at:
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