Being With: Coming This Fall at Trinity

College of Preachers (The) (UK)

Being With is an online course that explores the Christian faith through stories shared in community. This 10-week small group makes space for you to uncover truths you already know by being attentive to God’s active presence in your life and in the lives around you. Show up as your truest self and experience healing …
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From the Ground Up

Episcopal House of Prayer (The)

In this online monthly series, we will explore our understanding of God, re-articulate our understanding of the Persons of the Trinity, and discover the hidden energies of Christianity. Together we’ll delve into the writings of Bruno Barnhart and Raimundo Panikkar, and draw on sources from the world’s great spiritual traditions. This monthly series will meet …
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Hybrid Forma Conference, 2024: A Way in the Wilderness

Virginia Theological Seminary

This year, Forma is taking inspiration from Isaiah 43:19: “Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert” (ESV). Forma leaders are working with Learning Forte to design and pilot an entirely new model of …
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Sober Spirituality

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Join the Rev. Erin Jean Warde in a 10-week discernment of how we are in relationship with alcohol. In this course, the discernment will be both interior and exterior, as you learn more about alcohol in the global and cultural context, and are given tools to look inward spiritually. You’ll explore how alcohol affects us …
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Foundations of Christian Leadership

Duke Divinity School (Duke University)

Overview A Learning Community Do you care about the church in the world and want to build skills to lead Christian-inspired projects with joy and creativity? Foundations of Christian Leadership brings together emerging leaders from a variety of faith-based organizations as colleagues in an encouraging and collaborative learning environment. The program includes two four-day gatherings. …
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Foundations for Baptismal Living

Bexley Seabury Seminary

Gain an appreciation of how to “think theologically,” reflect on what we know and how we know it, engage a variety of interpretive lenses and explore ways to talk across difference. 4-week blended (synchronous and asynchronous) course 3 hours a week independent study (reading, watching, listening, and/or writing), online text-based discussion (asynchronous), final project due …
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Church History II: History of The Episcopal Church

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This is a course in the basic history of the Episcopal Church. We will begin with a consideration of the planting of colonial Anglican churches and the struggle for stability and identity, especially in the wake of the American Revolution. Each week, in a linear sequence, we will read from Robert Prichard’s “A History of …
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Theology 1

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course is the foundational course in Christian theology. Starting from the central experience of God in prayer and worship, we explore what it means to know the Triune God in the light of Scripture, the ecumenical councils, contemporary theology, and our Anglican heritage. We will discuss throughout the course what it means for a …
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Ethics 1: Moral Theology: Law, Love, and Action

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course explores the nature of the Christian moral life. We will introduce the major theories of classical and contemporary philosophical ethics and their different understandings of moral psychology and action. We will pay special attention to the ways moral reasoning and action relate to the central doctrines of Christian theology, and to the sacramental …
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Introduction to the New Testament

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Designed to lead you to read the New Testament itself, New Testament Survey provides essential historical and cultural background information and carefully examines the content of each book in the New Testament.