Weaving and Working: Feminist Voices in Spirituality and Justice

Atlantic School Of Theology

Weaving and Working: Feminist Voices in Spirituality and Justice This learning opportunity will focus on feminist voices in spirituality in conversation with social justice. We will highlight Canadian voices of women writers, religious thinkers, workers, and activists, through a variety of ecological and social lenses. How are women weaving together new understandings of what it …
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The Eucharist in Ecumenical Perspective

Atlantic School Of Theology

  The Eucharist in Ecumenical Perspective How has the Eucharist, the sign and means of Christian unity, become the site at which Christian denominational division and brokenness is most visible? This course explores this question by looking at the Eucharist though an ecumenical lens. Featuring Anglican (Prof. Daniel Driver) and Roman Catholic (Prof. David Deane) …
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Conflict Resolution Training

Atlantic School Of Theology

Conflict Resolution Training The Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution (CICR), recognized nationally and internationally for conflict management training and interventions, is offering Conflict Resolution Training on campus. All four modules will be offered during the 2018-2019 academic year (see below for dates). Through this unique and comprehensive accredited program, participants learn how to uncover the …
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Gender and Ministry

Atlantic School Of Theology

Gender and Ministry How does gender matter in the practice of ministry? What is the function of gender in the theological thinking of the church? To explore these questions and others related to the role of social location in pastoral theology, this course will examine biblical, historical and theological sources on perceptions and roles of …
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Introduction to Pastoral Ministry

Atlantic School Of Theology

Introduction to Pastoral Ministry Why do we do what we do as Christians? What informs and empowers us to live out our faith? This component will illuminate how biblical, historical, theological, and contemporary thinking gives shape to our spiritual practices. (2.0 CEUs) COST $150 to $477 (Fee structure below) INSTRUCTOR Rev. Dr. Andrew O’Neill WHEN …
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