The Medieval Pursuit of God

Princeton Theological Seminary

THE MEDIEVAL PURSUIT OF GOD A Three-Week Online Course February 4 – 26, 2019  Course Description What can we learn about pursuing God in our lives and communities from the medieval pursuit of God? For the vast majority of medieval people learning about God was a holistic activity. They pursued God with their minds, bodies, …
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To Rome, To Death, Together

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

10 March 2019 – 15 March 2019 The course will help you to understand the place of Rome as the foundation of western Christian faith, the importance of the martyrs, and the necessity of ecumenism today. At the end of the course, you will be able to understand the importance of the location and history of …
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Italy: Biblical Backgrounds, Christian Origins and Cultural Heritage and Renaissance Italy—Assisi, Siena and Florence

Society for Biblical Studies (The)

A Platinum Select Journey Italy: Biblical Backgrounds, Christian Origins and Cultural Heritage departing 30 April 2019 $3,824 from New York City or Boston (ask about domestic travel arrangements from your preferred departure city) 3 Day Elective Renaissance Italy—Assisi, Siena and Florence $1,228 Returning 12 May 2019 While enjoying the beauty of the Italian countryside and …
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Go Thou to Rome: Paradise, Grave, City, and Wilderness

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

Sunday 12 May 2019 –Friday 17 May 2019 How have poets working in English responded to the promise and threat of Rome? In the more than thousand years since St Helena’s hagiographer Cynewulf described Rome as burg enta, “city of giants,” the English tradition has both kept a wary eye on Rome and made it a …
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Virgins and Free Women: the Christian Women of Rome

Anglican Centre in Rome (The)

Sunday 9 June 2019 – Friday 14 June 2019 This course argues for the foundational role of the women leaders and martyrs of the Church in Rome.  It will examine classical conceptions of gender and the rights of women in the Roman Empire, before situating early Christianity within Its social and cultural context.  We will …
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