Hacking Christian Ethics: Spiritual Resources for Living in a Digital World–Not for credit

Yale Divinity School

In this course, we will bring theological and scriptural understandings into conversation with the current digital technological shifts.  In response to the new technologies, we will practice ethical discernment for our everyday digital lives and examine approaches grounded in forgiveness, integrity, diversity, and social and ecological justice.  We will center the question: what does God …
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Biblical Values–Not for credit

Yale Divinity School

Many people in the modern world claim to espouse biblical values. This course will examine what the Bible has to say about several issues that are controversial in the modern world, including right to life, gender,  social justice and the environment . It will also reflect on the difficulty of identifying a single, or even …
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Advanced Theology for Ministry Practitioners

Acadia Divinity College

DMIN 83XX Covenant and Treaty in Biblical and North American Indigenous Perspective – In conjunction with the NAIITS: Indigenous Learning Community’s annual symposium from Jun 3–5, this course will focus on the historical and modern notions of treaty in the North American  Indigenous context, with a view to comparing and drawing insight from the biblical …
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Male and Female in Christ

Regent College

Explore New Testament texts on sex and gender, marriage, singleness, and more with contemporary questions of sexuality in mind. Discover how Scripture speaks to—and also queries, subverts, and transforms—contemporary concerns of embodiment, sexuality, gender dysphoria, and similar issues. Gain insight and thoughtfully integrate this knowledge alongside contemporary approaches to questions of sex, gender, and sexuality. …
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Love & Desire

Vancouver School Of Theology

The guiding text for this course is the dominical command to love the Lord your God with all your heart, and all your soul, and all your mind, and all your strength, and to love your neighbour as yourself (Mark 12.20-31).  How do we do understand this in today’s world with its conflicting demands and …
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A Spirituality of Race for Children and Youth (and Those Who Love Them)

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course will explore the history and development of race in North American contexts, including the role of Christianity. It will demonstrate the importance and execution of race conversation with children and youth. It will include personal practices to engage children, youth, and adults in productive work toward racial justice. Course will be taught in …
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Theology after Residential Schools

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course will explore the implications of the church’s relationship to residential schools for Christian theology.  We will cover the history of the schools in the Canadian context as well as the role of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the collection of first-person testimony. Together we will take up questions of theology …
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An Open and Relational God in an Open and Relational Universe

Vancouver School Of Theology

Our biggest questions about love, evil, climate, sexuality, purpose, and more need plausible answers. Open and relational theology offers answers that make sense and are livable. Drawing from scripture, philosophy, cultures, science, and more, this course wrestles with the biggest questions of our time. Available in person or via Zoom (synchronous only for Certificate and Degree …
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Christianity and Politics: Traditions and Current Values

Regent College

In many societies, Christians are deeply divided by political allegiances. The stakes seem so high and biblical teaching about government so clear and urgent that agreement on politics has become, for many, a test of faith. Take a step back from current events to examine three robust traditions of Christianity and politics—Roman Catholic, Reformed (Calvinist), …
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Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.)

McGill School of Religious Studies

Non-Thesis (45 credits) ATS Accreditation: The S.T.M. program is approved by the Association of Theological Schools in the U.S. and Canada. The normal requirement is 2 years (of 2 terms each) of full-time study. Students are permitted to take the S.T.M. over a period of 12 full months (three terms) but must first meet with …
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