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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Jesus Christ and the ‘Dividing Wall’: Race and God’s Mission

Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

DATES October 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2020, at 7:30 p.m (ET) VENUE Virtual Online OVERVIEW Mission matters. Race matters. Are you or your church looking for resources on how to have deep conversations on race? As our nation continues to grapple with the evil of racism, we as Christians and churches need to have a truthful conversation …
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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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Spit and Mud: The Messy Miracle of Seeing Christian Racism

Luther Seminary

Understanding Privilege, Practicing Presence, & Embracing the Holy Work of Anti-Racism For many of us, this year has pulled back the curtain on both white supremacy and the implicit racism that exists across our country. From police brutality exposed via camera phone to racial unrest alive in our neighborhoods, we feel heartbroken and angry. This …
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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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Faithful Anti-Racism in a Time of Pandemic

Calvin Theological Seminary

In this Online course, you’ll gain practical knowledge about racism and xenophobia in America today and critically discern its impact on COVID-19. You’ll explore the ways that theology and politics work to support or dismantle current racial disparities. You’ll develop faithful anti-racist responses to our present moment and recognize patterns of racist practices, structures and …
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Social Justice Programs – Online

Kirkridge Retreat Center

Kirkridge has a long history of and is committed to social justice, equity, and inclusion. Our fall programming weaves a thread of justice work throughout various programs and below, we have highlighted programs with specific social justice topics. Kirkridge will be offering online programming that is open to all. The registration link for the programs …
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United Church History – Online

Atlantic School Of Theology

Continuing Education Offering     About this Event United Church History Instructor: Ross Bartlett Dates: September 9th – December 9th, 2020 Fee: $250.00 (Continuing Education participants) Format: Online This program provides chronological and thematic studies of the origins and story of the United Church of Canada, including theological, social, ecclesiological and missional issues. Through readings …
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Peacebuilding and Collaborative Development

Canadian School of Peacebuilding

All courses can be taken for training or for undergraduate credit. In addition, courses marked with an asterisk (*) can also be taken for graduate credit and can be used towards CMU’s MA in Peace and Collaborative Development (Click here for more information on the MA-PCD). Each CSOP course runs for five days, Monday to …
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Certificate of Advanced Studies (CAS) in Ecumenical Studies

Ecumenical Institute of Bossey (The)

One semester: 25 ECTS credits Meant for students having completed a Bachelor’s degree certificate in Christian theology, or in a closely related discipline or demonstrating a suitable level of theological literacy. Suitable for academics, professionals and practitioners in the church related context, and beyond, who are interested in how the ecumenical movement relates to sensitive …
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