Violence, War, and Christian Peacemaking

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

Jesus is clear that it is the peacemakers who are blessed, and this is what his disciples are to be. But Christians have disagreed for centuries as to just what it means to be a peacemaker. Does it mean that Christians are obligated to refuse the use of all violence? Does it allow for participation …
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Who is my Neighbour? Theological Education in the Global Village of the 21st Century

McGill School of Religious Studies

THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD IN PERSON & ON ZOOM ZOOM INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED ON THE EVENTBRITE PAGE IN PERSON: MCGILL SCHOOL OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES BIRKS BUILDING 3520 UNIVERSITY STREET MONTREAL MORNING SESSION-THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY AFTERNOON SESSION-THEOLOGIGAL EDUCATION IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE KEYNOTE SPEAKER – Morning Session: DR. R.A. HILL: Dean …
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Systematic Theology

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

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 the …
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Theology, Justice & Intersectionality

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This class  will provide students with an introduction to intersectionality as a tool for social analysis and critical theological reflection, as a way to inform liberative praxis in various ministry and community contexts. We will engage questions and discussions of race, class, gender, and sexuality as they are treated theologically, emphasizing works from U.S. scholars …
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Church History: Anglican Identity

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

In this course, students will explore Anglican identity by practicing spiritual disciplines associated with key luminaries in the Anglican tradition. Students will be invited to pray Matins from Thomas Cranmer’s first prayer book, read the poetry of George Herbert and John Donne, sing the hymns of Charles Wesley, study Scripture with William Temple, practice contemplation with Evelyn Underhill, lament with C.S. Lewis and Desmond …
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From Creation to Renewed Creation: Biblical Visions of God’s Good Future

Canadian Mennonite University

With Dan Epp-Tiessen, CMU Associate Professor Emeritus of Bible This course will explore biblical visions of God’s good future as portrayed in the Old Testament prophets, the book of Daniel, the Gospels, the letters of Paul, and the challenging book of Revelation. The course will claim that the New Testament asserts that the God who …
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Paul: A Radical Jew as God’s Messenger to Non-Jews

Canadian Mennonite University

With Tom Yoder Neufeld; Professor Emeritus of New Testament and Peace Studies, Conrad Grebel University College, and author of Recovering Jesus: the Witness of the New Testament God’s baffling decision to choose a fiercely radical Jewish Pharisee to be a prophetic messenger to non-Jews, to Gentiles, has brought immeasurable benefits to millions—including ourselves—but also a …
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The Art of Death and Theology of Hope

Regent College

Can art prepare Christians to face death with hope? In this course, we will identify key works of art and theological texts that depict suffering and death, exploring how they grapple with these realities, and come to appreciate how art may spiritually form us towards Christian hope. Artistic reflections will centre on paintings, medieval woodcuts, …
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Christian Thought and Culture I

Regent College

This course and its partner, CTC II, are organized around the theme of “Christian Humanism.” Christian Humanism is our name for an integrative, Christ-centred approach to human identity and world-engagement that flows directly from the gospel and its interpretation in the early church. “God became human so that we could become fully human by becoming …
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The Beginnings of Christology

Regent College

If Jesus of Nazareth was merely a Galilean Jew executed by the Romans early in the first century, how did such significant belief and worship of him emerge after his death? This course introduces students to the ways that the earliest Christian documents, especially the New Testament, attest to the identity and significance of Jesus …
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