CALL Church History: Anglican Identity

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

  Church History: Anglican Identity introduces learners to the history and culture of churches that call themselves Anglican or Episcopal – our origins, our evolution, our contentions and our commonalities. Particularly, we will examine Anglican approaches to the church, mission, spirituality, worship, ordained ministry, human being, ecumenism and realignment. This course will equip you with …
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EHOP in the City: Engaging Scripture

Episcopal House of Prayer (The)

We return to a regular rhythm of day-long retreats in the City. These six days offer a wide introduction to classic contemplative prayer forms in the Christian tradition. Each day will include an opportunity to connect with other seekers, an introduction to the history and context of the prayer form, an experience of the prayer, …
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Sacred Art: God at the Gallery

Insider's Travel

Throughout the ages, Christian art served the twofold objective of paying homage to God whilst serving as a didactic illustration for the population. These illuminating sessions will introduce participants to how different artistic traditions from countries such as Spain, Italy and Flanders have depicted the most significant events in the Bible. Formidable traditions governed the …
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Introduction to Hebrew Bible I

Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: HB500 Dates: September 14, 2020 – December 4, 2020 on Tuesdays Time: 9:00 am for 3 hours This first half of the full-year Foundational Core Course will be based in a serious and scholarly engagement with the literature of the Hebrew Bible. Several lines of approach and areas of knowledge will be developed through …
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Biblical Language Tools

Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: BIBL500 Dates: September 14, 2020 – December 4, 2020 on Wednesdays Time: 9:00 am for 3 hours This course is designed to introduce Koiné Greek (NT) and Biblical Hebrew (HB) for students who have no background in biblical languages and who will need language tools to accomplish exegesis. The course includes a basic introduction …
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Intro to Christian Worship

Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: LS500 Dates: September 14, 2020 – December 4, 2020 on Wednesdays Time: 2:00 pm for 3 hours The seasons and cycles of our liturgies and church year echo the rhythm and flow of our lives and their daily and seasonal movement.  This class will explore the terminology, history, shape and meaning of Christian worship …
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Creating Jesus: Jesus in Scholarship, Film & Fiction

Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: NT6/713 Dates: September 14, 2020 – December 4, 2020 on Wednesdays Time: 2:00 pm for 3 hours Purpose This course will take up the figure of Jesus from three different angles: historical scholarship, film, and fiction. In each case we will consider the role of culture and context in accounts of the historical Jesus. …
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Greek Language I – Online

Trinity School for Ministry

COURSE DESCRIPTION An introductory study of the grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of biblical Greek using a morphological approach. This two-course sequence prepares the student for exegetical study of the Greek New Testament, and introduces the most important reference tools. These courses will provide the basic skills necessary for translating and interpreting the New Testament. COURSE …
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Medieval and Early Modern Church History – Online

Trinity School for Ministry

Course Description   CH 635-OL covers Medieval Church History and Early Modern Church History. Students will study primary and secondary readings in order to engage the lives, practices, and beliefs of Medieval and Early Modern Christians. With the aid of Christian Scripture, students will be encouraged to consider their providential import and significance for contemporary …
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Catechesis in Christian History and Theology (Christian Catechesis 1) – Online

Trinity School for Ministry

Course Description This is the first course in the Christian Catechesis program. It will introduce both certificate and degree students to the history and theology of classic Christian formation–its biblical and Christ-centered foundation; its doctrinal, spiritual, and moral orientation; and its place within the worshiping and missional life of the church. Students will examine the …
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