Violence, War, and Christian Peacemaking

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Jesus is clear that it is the peacemakers who are blessed, and this is what his disciples are to be. But Christians have disagreed for centuries as to just what it means to be a peacemaker. Does it mean that Christians are obligated to refuse the use of all violence? Does it allow for participation …
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The Diaconate

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

The Diaconate is an online course for deacons, deacons in formation, and those wishing to be better grounded in a sound understanding of The Sacred Order of Deacons including especially, members of local discernment committees and members of Commissions on Ministry. The course will consider the history of the Order of Deacons—what is helpful and what is …
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Anglican Approaches to Ministry

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

The history of our Church centers on 2 books: The English Bible and The Book of Common Prayer. Learn how Episcopalians read these two books and how that knowledge shapes our ministry. Scholarship funds to help you  pay for this course are available if you can demonstrate need and if you are a member of …
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Pacifism with the War in Ukraine in Mind and Heart

Canadian Mennonite University

With Harry Huebner, CMU Professor Emeritus of Theology and Philosophy There are those who say that nothing has challenged their pacifist convictions more than the war in Ukraine. This course will create a forum for expressing thoughts and feelings about the horrors of war and will consider again what Christian pacifism is about.  

Mennonites in Canada—from 1970 to the Present

Canadian Mennonite University

With Brian Froese, CMU Professor of History This course will explore what life was like in 1970 to the present and how Mennonites faced changes with respect to topics such as women in leadership, worship, music, education, missions, Indigenous relations, and politics in the context of larger social pressures.  

Intersections: a Dialogue Series on Racism

Anglican Diocese of British Columbia

This is our fourth offering of this highly popular anti-racism series. Capacity is limited to 30ppl/session. Register early. This session will run online on Wednesdays, from 7pm-9pm, from September 28 to November 9, 2022. Intersections: A Dialogue Series is an opportunity to engage with Challenging Racist ‘British Columbia’: 150 Years and Counting (CRBC). Produced as part of the …
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Paul: A Radical Jew as God’s Messenger to Non-Jews

Canadian Mennonite University

With Tom Yoder Neufeld; Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Peace Studies, Conrad Grebel University College, and author of Recovering Jesus: the Witness of the New Testament God’s baffling decision to choose a fiercely radical Jewish Pharisee to be a prophetic messenger to non-Jews, to Gentiles, has brought immeasurable benefits to millions—including ourselves—but also a …
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The Art of Death and Theology of Hope

Regent College

Can art prepare Christians to face death with hope? In this course, we will identify key works of art and theological texts that depict suffering and death, exploring how they grapple with these realities, and come to appreciate how art may spiritually form us towards Christian hope. Artistic reflections will centre on paintings, medieval woodcuts, …
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Christian Thought and Culture I

Regent College

This course and its partner, CTC II, are organized around the theme of “Christian Humanism.” Christian Humanism is our name for an integrative, Christ-centred approach to human identity and world-engagement that flows directly from the gospel and its interpretation in the early church. “God became human so that we could become fully human by becoming …
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The Beginnings of Christology

Regent College

If Jesus of Nazareth was merely a Galilean Jew executed by the Romans early in the first century, how did such significant belief and worship of him emerge after his death? This course introduces students to the ways that the earliest Christian documents, especially the New Testament, attest to the identity and significance of Jesus …
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