How We Do Things Around Here: Anglican Polity 101

Niagara School for Missional Leadership

Understanding how – and why – the church organizes itself is not only a matter of interest for Christians and their grasp of church history and governance, but it is crucial for members of a specific denomination to participate fully in their church – whether in lay or ordained ministry.  It is also important in …
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Becoming Beloved Community 2

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Becoming Beloved Community 2 builds upon the learning about systemic racism from the Becoming Beloved Community 1 course. Theological reflection will be the primary means through which we explore how to live into our identities as antiracists. We will take a deep dive into our formation as disciples and how that influences our fight to …
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Huron University College

This course is a survey of the person and work of Jesus Christ. It explores the Christian traditions and some authors of Christology, Trinitarian theology and soteriology, enabling students to become familiar with ancient and contemporary questions related to the identity of Jesus and the significance of his life and ministry for justice and the …

Christian Foundations: From Abraham to Jesus

Niagara School for Missional Leadership

Many people are familiar with the concept of an overarching narrative (storyline) when looking at the history of our faith: from the Old Testament, through to the New and on into the history of the church, we can see God at work. However, when people think of, say, the Old Testament, disconnected images come to …
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Systematic Theology

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

Systematic theology seeks to tell a single story about God and God’s activity in the world from Creation to the Eschaton. There are points within that story that we will focus on, particularly as it comes to gaining clarity about God’s activity. The person of Jesus Christ as the central and seminal activity of the …
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Facing Choices: Ethics in the Anglican Tradition

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

Ethics in the Anglican tradition draws on a rich history of discourse as we strive to engage with our faith, living it out in an imperfect world and Church. Whether we are struggling to justify sacramental liturgy and church hierarchy in the face of Puritan attack, or determining church policy on inclusion of women and LGBTQIA+ people, Anglicans …
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Footsteps of Jesus

St. George's College Jerusalem

Footsteps of Jesus is a 10-day study pilgrimage focusing on the scriptures, sites, and landscapes associated with Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. The course roughly follows a chronological arc of the life of Jesus. There are several iterations of this program. Its focus is more devotional than the longer Palestine of Jesus course, while still …
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The Palestine of Jesus

St. George's College Jerusalem

The Palestine of Jesus course lasts for 10-14 days and combines biblical and historical studies with pilgrimage to selected sites connected with Jesus’ life, ministry, death, and resurrection. Several dates are offered each year. This course has a greater focus on the historical contexts and cultures in which Jesus exercised his earthly ministry than the shorter Footsteps of …
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History of Christian Doctrine

Regent College

Over against postmodern suspicion of history, it is through the loving connection with the Church of all times and places that God provides us today with a theological identity in Christ through the Holy Spirit. This course critically engages the history of the doctrine of the Church as it has taken shape both in the …
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The Christian Spirit: A History of Christian Spirituality

Regent College

This course offers an introduction to the Christian spiritual tradition up to the modern period.  For two millennia Christians have been praying and responding to the self-giving love of God in Jesus Christ by the gift of the Holy Spirit.  This response to God has taken place under the conditions of our humanity and it …
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