Reconciliation: Discussions and Implications of Settler peoples in Canada

Renison College

This 10 week course will be facilitated by Saami Indigenous (Northern Finland) and Settler educator, Kelly Laurila. Using primarily a sharing circle format, participants are invited into the conversation of what it means to be part of the reconciliation process. Everyone in the community is welcome! COURSE DATES AND TIMES April 26 – June 28, Thursdays, …
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Benedictine Spirituality and the Foundations of the New Monasticism

Wycliffe College

Benedictine Spirituality and the Foundations of the New Monasticism Semester: Summer 2018 Start Date: Monday, June 25, 2018 Day: Intensive Time: 9:00 AM Schedule Notes: Monday, June 25 – Friday, June 29 Online: No Instructors: Constance Joanna Gefvert Teaching Method: Lectures Seminars Credits: 1 WYP2210HF Summary: St. Benedict’s “Little Rule,” written in the sixth century, …
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Intro to Evangelical Theology

Wycliffe College

Intro to Evangelical Theology Semester: Summer 2018 Start Date: Monday, May 7, 2018 Schedule Notes: Course runs online for eight weeks Online: Yes Instructors: Lane Scruggs Teaching Method: Lectures Seminars Credits: 1 WYP2121HF Summary: This course is an exploration of the historical. rise of the broad Evangelical movement and its internal theological particularities. The course …
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The Church, the Faith, and Our World

Wycliffe College

The Church, the Faith, and Our World Semester: Summer 2018 Start Date: Monday, May 7, 2018 Schedule Notes: Course runs online for eight weeks Online: Yes Instructors: Peter Robinson Teaching Method: Readings Credits: 1 WYP1610HS Summary: To introduce students to theological praxis in the context of exploring the church, the faith and our place in …
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Benedictine Spirituality and the Foundations of the New Monasticism

Sisterhood of St. John the Divine (The) (SSJD)

Wycliffe College Summer 2018 Benedictine Spirituality and the Foundations of the New Monasticism Monday – Friday, June 25 – 29, 2018 St. Benedict’s “Little Rule,” written in the sixth century, is one of the primary sources of Anglican spirituality, liturgy and ecclesiology and has influenced many other denominations as well. Since the mid-twentieth century it …
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