Social (In)Justice with Pádraig Ó Tuama

Trinity Church Wall Street

In today’s world—with today’s concerns and injustices—what does it mean for a faith community to hold fast to a practice, belief, and value of social justice? During this online retreat we will look at contemporary poems and stories, biblical texts, and examples of individuals who are trying—inspired by their faith, their pain, and their hope—to …
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Systematic Theology

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

  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 …
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Highlighting Sin as Seen Through the Lens of Race–2020 Schaff Memorial Lectures

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

A Three-Part Webinar Series Overview Dr. Sarah Coakley, Norris-Hulse Professor Emerita at Cambridge University, will present the annual Schaff Lectures during a three-evening webinar series Nov. 10-12, 2020. Each evening of the series, Dr. Coakley will offer one presentation with interactive time afterward with those attending. In her three presentations, Dr. Coakley will address race/’racism …
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Pádraig Ó Tuama: Poetry and prayer in times of conflict

Episcopal News Service

Lessons from an Irish Poet and Peacemaker Pádraig Ó Tuama, world-renowned poet, theologian and host of the Poetry Unbound segment of Krista Tippet’s award winning initiative On Being, will read selected works on conflict, peacemaking and reconciliation followed by Q&A. View online or in person at Tellus 360 in downtown Lancaster. Ticket and viewing options available for all or part …
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Integrative Seminar: Leadership for Community Ministry

Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: PT611 Dates: September 16, 2020, September 30, 2020, October 14, 2020, November 4, 2020, and November 25, 2020 Time: 2 – 5pm Purpose The purpose of this course is to provide students with concrete and theologically-grounded tools for project development. With their Capstone Projects as their primary vehicle, PT 611 students will learn to …
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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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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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Women in the Christian Tradition – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: CHUR 4033 This seminar course will explore the biblical, theological, and historical understandings of women in the Christian tradition. It will emphasize women’s lived religious experiences, female leaders, and changing views of women’s roles throughout Christian history. Students will read both primary and secondary source texts related to women from throughout Christian history. Recommended …
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History of Christianity – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: CHUR 2033 Christianity developed out of the context of the Roman world as a new movement, beginning with Jesus and over time spreading to the rest of the world. This course will explore the development of different traditions and denominations, the emergence of theological ideas, and the changes in the Church as has grown …
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Psalms in Interpretation–Online

Atlantic School Of Theology

Instructor: Daniel Driver Dates: January 13th – April 12th, 2021 Fee: $250.00 (Continuing Education participants) Format: TBD The Psalms have a special place in the life of the synagogue and church. Thus a major goal of this program is to see how the Psalter has fed and informed Jewish and Christian faith in various periods: …
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