Confronting Racism Through Preaching

Duke Divinity School (Duke University)

Racism is an ever-present problem around the world, in North America, and in the United States. Addressing its historical, contemporary, and future injury requires a credible and compelling witness of the Church. Essential to this work is preaching that confronts racism. Duke Divinity School Professors David Emmanuel Goatley, Ph.D., director of the Office of Black Church …
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Meeting the Messiah: Reading the Gospel of Mark – Online

Diocese Of Montreal (The)

The Gospel of Mark was written for Christian believers living in a tumultuous world: the Roman army was oppressing the people of Palestine,  Christians were being persecuted, new people  were claiming divine authority to lead, and many people  were confused about how to find their way in a changing society.  In this latest installment of  Dio’s  popular series …
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Principles of Preaching – Online

Montreal Diocesan Theological College

MEETS ONLINE, Tuesday mornings, 8:45am to 11:45am   Preaching is one of the central tasks of Christian ministers, and one that will grow and change throughout the preacher’s lifetime. This course provides an introduction to the craft of preaching through an exploration of its theological foundations, the process of Biblical exegesis for preaching, and methods …
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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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Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: NT500 Dates: September 14, 2020 – December 4, 2020 on Thursdays Time: 2:00 pm for 3 hours Purpose To introduce students to a critical study of the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) and related literature (for example, the Gospel of Thomas) and the issues entailed in interpreting them in their ancient context and …
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Vancouver School Of Theology

Code: HOM500 Dates: September 14, 2020 – December 4, 2020 on Thursdays Time: 2:00 pm for 3 hours At least once a week the preacher stands to address the congregation. What does the preacher say? How? On what sources do they draw—whether ancient or contemporary, sacred or secular, communal or personal? What’s the goal here? …
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Preaching as a Practice and the Practice of Preaching – Online

Acadia Divinity College

Designation: PAST 3053 Participants will be introduced to preaching as a central biblical, historical and theological practice within the Christian Church. Participants will then examine the theology, theory and practice of designing and delivering sermons in context. With respect to design this will involve consideration of sermon content, purpose, form, illustration, story, and the context …
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Christology – Online

Atlantic School Of Theology

Continuing Education Offering     About this Event Christology Instructor: David Deane Dates: September 9th – December 9th, 2020 Fee: $250.00 (Continuing Education participants) Format: Online This program offers a sustained meditation on the question Jesus asks Peter in Mark 8:29, “Who do you say that I am?”. We will engage scripture and consult dialog …
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Practicing Spirituality with Jesus (e-course)

Spirituality & Practice

“Whoever feels attracted to Jesus cannot adequately explain why,” Adolf Holl, author of Jesus in Bad Company wisely observed. “He must be prepared to be always correcting his image of Jesus for he will never exhaust what there is to know. Jesus is full of surprises.” That may actually be an understatement. From our reading …
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