At a Time Like This, Who Needs Another Apocalypse? The Book of Revelation and Christian Identity

Vancouver School Of Theology

At a Time Like This, Who Needs Another Apocalypse? The Book of Revelation and Christian Identity Most mainline Christians either ignore or dismiss the Book of a Revelation as a violent book contrary to Jesus’ message of love. Yet popular culture and many Christian churches place its ideas and expectations front and center. This course …
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The Luminous Gospels

Holy Cross Monastery

This retreat will focus on an exploration of early Christian Wisdom literature, paying particular attention to the Gospels of Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and Philip. These three texts came to light in the mid-20th century and give us important insight into the development of early Christianity and the Christian mystical tradition. We’ll look at what they …
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Old Testament: The Pentateuch (Online)

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

Proceeding canonically, The Pentateuch is a survey course in which students examine the first five books of the canon of the ancient Israelites; the Hebrew Bible. Students will attend to the patriarchs, the earliest covenants, the exodus traditions, laws, codes and ritual of the agrarian society represented in the biblical world of the Torah. Students …
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Reclaiming Paul for Today (Online)

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

The Epistles of Paul remain largely untouched in today’s preaching and teaching, and if we hear about Paul at all it is often through Acts. To neglect Paul effectively shortens our New Testament. This course will help us take a fresh look at Paul the Apostle and his impact on the early Church. His letters …
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FaithMatters: Living a Resurrection-Shaped Life

The Beecken Center of The School of Theology

Friday Lecture, March 6: Leaning into the Resurrection 7–9 p.m., All Saints’ Chapel, The University of the South (map) God’s love raises us from the dead. Not only from the tombs where our remains will be laid to rest, but from the various graves we dig for ourselves in our daily lives. Believing in the …
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