Jesus: History, Theology, and Evolution, with John Dominic Crossan

Pendle Hill

Due to intellectual property and copyright limitations, these lectures will only be available live via Zoom. They will not be livestreamed or recorded for later viewing. Theme Theology is the transcendental interpretation of history but how does any such reading intersect with human evolution? We will address this question by focusing on Jesus’ life, his …
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Education for Ministry – Online

Education For Ministry - Canada

Administrative Mentor: Christine Ross Email address: C. Ross Group #: EfMCAN01 Status: This class is taking new registrations for the 2020 – 2021 academic year. Meeting Day and Time: Thursdays 3:30-5:30 PM PDT Administrative Mentor: Paula Porter Leggett Email address: P. Porter-Leggett Group #: EfMCAN02 Status:This class is This class is taking new registrations for …
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Indigenous Christian Theology

St. John's College

This 35 hour intensive course will provide students with a foundation of understanding of the spiritual knowledge of Indigenous peoples, on the Land that we find ourselves today. Two Indigenous instructors will examine Indigenous wisdom within the context of Christian belief, while honouring Indigenous and Christian ways of knowing God. Students will have the opportunity …
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The Anglican Bible: Scriptural Conversation and Formation

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

This course studies the ways the Bible has impacted Anglicanism as well as how the Bible has been interpreted and shaped by Anglicans from the English Reformation to the present day. It presupposes that a dialogue between community and text occurs in all scriptural communities of faith. Both the Bible and the church are powerful …
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Theology of the Cross

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

This course examines the complex phenomenon of the cross in Christian theological language, particularly around issues of salvation, justice, and discipleship. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will construct a theological proposal that answers: Is the Cross Redeemable? That is, does one need the cross for a succinct and sufficient theological language? Is …
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What We Believe: Anglican Theology

Church Divinity School Of The Pacific (The)

It has become rather commonplace to suppose that Anglican Christians care mostly about liturgy and not very much about theology. That’s not true! Anglican traditions exhibit a rich and diverse history of theological reflection. Anglicans have always insisted that that how Christians think and talk about God makes a critical difference in what Christians believe. …
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Ancient Evangelical Future Conference–Engaging the Doctrine of Creation

Trinity School for Ministry

Speakers Jonathan Wilson, Edith Humphrey, Paul Blowers, Sandra Richter and Chris Armstrong The Christian doctrine of Creation is one of the most contested doctrines of the modern era. But arguments with the natural sciences can distract us from the Bible’s narrative of God’s creation and redemption of the world, and disconnect that narrative from the …
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Doctoral Programs at Virginia Theological Seminary

Virginia Theological Seminary

Applications Available for Summer 2021 Residency October 15, 2020 Application Deadline for Summer 2021 Residency January 10, 2021 Summer 2021 Residency June 21- July 9 Applications Available for Summer 2022 Residency October 15, 2021   Doctoral education at Virginia Theological Seminary is unparalleled in its integration of interdisciplinary academic rigor, an unflinching challenge for personal …
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Regent College Summer Programs (Starting in May)

Regent College

With a full slate of graduate courses covering Bible and theology, plus issue-specific courses on work, race, gender, kinship, and more, our 2021 Summer Programs lineup has something for everyone—and all of it will be accessible online! There’s one exception: Technology, Wilderness & Creation (a.k.a. The Boat Course). Circumstances permitting, we still hope to make …
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