Imagination, Scripture, and Preaching: Tensive Proclamation

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

2-DAY WORKSHOP IN MONTREAL How does scripture shape our imagination to see the world differently and what does this mean for preaching? Too often preachers get trapped in a documentary or moral or laissez faire reading of the bible, which leads to informational, imperative or status quo preaching. What if we engaged with scripture more …
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Snell Lectures 2019: Theology, Liturgy and Prayer in the Public Square

Diocese of Toronto (The)

Snell Lectures 2019: Theology, Liturgy and Prayer in the Public Square How does faith engage and speak to the community beyond the doors of the church? How does the public square provide the faith community with a perspective of God? Join us for the 2019 Snell Lecture Series, as we explore how worship, ritual, prayer, …
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“First see, then write, then send”: the Doctors of the Church and Christian mission

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

    “First see, then write, then send”: the Doctors of the Church and Christian mission Sunday 3 November 2019 – Friday 8 November 2019 What can we learn about the mission and ministry of the Church from the examples and lives of the Doctors of the Church? Studying the legacy and lives of Augustine …
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Disciples of Jesus: Learning from Matthew (Online Course)

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

Discipleship is a key theme in the life of the church today—and it’s a central concept in the Gospel of Matthew. This non-credit, 5-session online course is a follow-up to last year’s popular course on the Gospel of Luke. The course introduces the key themes of the Gospel of Matthew in preparation and is designed …
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Power, Politics, and Christendom

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

  Power, Politics, and Christendom Sunday, 17 November 2019 – Sat, 23 November 2019 How should Christians treat the secular powers? The course presents a critical history of the interaction between Christianity and secular power, examining how economics, politics, war, and theology all contributed to the place of Christianity in the world today. As Christianity, …
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