Celtic Spirituality and English Mysticism

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course will cover the history of Christian Spirituality in the British Isles prior to the Protestant Reformation, including Celtic Spirituality, Romano-British Christianity, Anglo-Saxon spirituality, and medieval English mysticism. Students will practice and reflect upon the spiritual disciplines described and prescribed in primary texts (The Cloud of Unknowing, Walter Hilton’s Scale of Perfection, Julian of …
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Anglican Origins: Uncovering the Roots of our Tradition

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

What is Anglicanism and where does it come from? Many people might answer this question by pointing to the English Reformation, Henry VIII, and the Church of England. But Anglicanism’s roots are deeper and broader than this history suggests. This latest offering in Dio’s popular series of non-credit courses explores the origins and development of the …
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Anglican History and Theology

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

This course is a broad overview of the history and theology of Anglicanism, Particular focus is placed on theological debates in the Anglican tradition. The first half of the course covers key themes in Anglican history, including the contested nature of Anglicanism, the ecumenical involvement of Anglican churches, the legacy of establishment, and the public …
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Theology for a Global Church

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

In the 21st century, Christianity is a truly global religion. Christians are found across the world in countless cultures and contexts. This course explores the implications of this global reality for the practice of Christian ministry. Students will read a variety of theologians from non-western contexts to come to a greater understanding of the shape …
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The Anglican Bible: Scriptural Conversation and Formation

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

This course studies the ways the Bible has impacted Anglicanism as well as how the Bible has been interpreted and shaped by Anglicans from the English Reformation to the present day. It presupposes that a dialogue between community and text occurs in all scriptural communities of faith. Both the Bible and the church are powerful …
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Changing Church: Mission, Leadership, & Beloved Community

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

What does it mean to lead during a time of religious, sociocultural, and environmental upheaval? What can churches do differently to better reflect and nurture gospel values and God’s dream of a just, reconciled, Spirit-filled world? This course in missional leadership will ask these and related questions. We will explore concepts and experience practices of …
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What We Believe: Anglican Theology

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

It has become rather commonplace to suppose that Anglican Christians care mostly about liturgy and not very much about theology. That’s not true! Anglican traditions exhibit a rich and diverse history of theological reflection. Anglicans have always insisted that that how Christians think and talk about God makes a critical difference in what Christians believe. …
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Ancient Evangelical Future Conference–Engaging the Doctrine of Creation

Trinity School for Ministry

Speakers Jonathan Wilson, Edith Humphrey, Paul Blowers, Sandra Richter and Chris Armstrong The Christian doctrine of Creation is one of the most contested doctrines of the modern era. But arguments with the natural sciences can distract us from the Bible’s narrative of God’s creation and redemption of the world, and disconnect that narrative from the …
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Anglican/Episcopal Studies Track for a Concentration in Anglican/Episcopal Studies

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

Description Pittsburgh Seminary is an approved seminary for the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh and seeks to partner with other dioceses. The Anglican/Episcopal Studies Track is open to PTS students pursuing a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts in Pastoral Studies, who desire a deeper knowledge in specific fields such as church history, doctrine, liturgy, …
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