Introduction to Christian Apologetics: The Art and Science of Christian Persuasion

Wycliffe College

This course is an introduction to Christian apologetics and its relationship to evangelism. The course will teach the biblical, theological and historical foundations of Christian apologetics. Additionally, the course will serve as a primer of cultural exegesis and cultural hermeneutics, the goal of which is to equip students with the critical analytical tools to engage …
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The Theology of Gratitude: Human Expressions While Living in a Complex World

Episcopal News Service

GRATITUDE has become a phenomenon in popular culture and is written about in books ranging from self-help to the Harvard Business Review. Scholarly engagement has developed primarily in the psychological community, which has demonstrated the correlation between gratitude and improvement in personal health and the development of strong, healthy relationships. There is far less scholarship …
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Religious, Spiritual, Secular: Living in a Pluralistic Culture

Vancouver School Of Theology

A Multi-Religious & Multi-Disciplinary Academic Conference Keynote Speakers: Rabbi Ted Falcon & Imam Jamal Rahman Co-authors of Getting to the Heart of Interfaith and Religion Gone Astray Registration opens March 15, 2020 Call for Papers Submissions open till February 15th, 2020 Conference Theme 75% of Canadians identify as religious or spiritual. What role do religion …
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St. Catherine of Siena: Our Call to the Mystic and Prophetic

Holy Cross Monastery

Anyone called to minister to others through religious structures or spiritual ministries must hold both the mystic and prophetic Voices. We are in the midst of profound changes. Vocation calls us to both inner transformation and outer awakening. The retreat will be through Jungian-Christian lenses and will explore Catherine of Siena as an example of …
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An Awkward Marriage? Music and Language in Worship

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

An Awkward Marriage? Music and Language in Worship A week-long seminar led by Jeremy Begbie. It is said that “Where words fail, music speaks.” How true is this? In worship, most of us know that music can do things that words cannot do – otherwise, we would never bother singing songs and hymns. But does …
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