Hawking, Dawkins and God: Engaging Christian Theology with Science for Contemporary Mission & Ministry

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course will explore how Christian faith engages some of the big issues of modern science to enable theological reflection, effective apologetics and an exploration of science as gift. This course takes place in two locations: Calgary and Vancouver Students who take the course for audit or credit (1.5) participate in a May 27th Friday …
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Walking with God: Puritan Practices and Spirituality

Regent College

Puritanism was a devotional movement that continually returned to the necessity of a closer walk with God—and consistently taught how to practice that walk. Explore the principles and practices of Puritan spirituality and discover how their spiritual disciplines can deepen and transform your relationship with God today. In-Person, Online & Recorded: This course is being offered …
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Faith and Reason–Non-credit

Yale Divinity School

This course will study the relation between faith in God and the capacities of human reason.  The main topics will be the relation between faith in God and morality, religious experience, the problem of evil, the nature of faith, the traditional proofs for the existence of God, miracles and science, immortality, and religious pluralism. In …
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Jonathan Edwards, Race, and Slavery–Not for credit

Yale Divinity School

This course will explore the views and practices of British-American theologian, revivalist, and missionary Jonathan Edwards on race and slavery in the contexts of the “vast Americas” in general and of colonial New England in particular, showing the growth of African slavery and the slave trade, biblical and theological justifications for them, and evolving racial …
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Biblical Values–Not for credit

Yale Divinity School

Many people in the modern world claim to espouse biblical values. This course will examine what the Bible has to say about several issues that are controversial in the modern world, including right to life, gender,  social justice and the environment . It will also reflect on the difficulty of identifying a single, or even …
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Advanced Theology for Ministry Practitioners

Acadia Divinity College

DMIN 83XX Covenant and Treaty in Biblical and North American Indigenous Perspective – In conjunction with the NAIITS: Indigenous Learning Community’s annual symposium from Jun 3–5, this course will focus on the historical and modern notions of treaty in the North American  Indigenous context, with a view to comparing and drawing insight from the biblical …
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Who is Jesus (NT II)

Wycliffe College

An introduction to a portion of the New Testament: 1 Thessalonians, 1 Corinthians, Galatians, Romans, Philippians, Colossians, 1 Peter, Hebrews and Revelation. The guiding question of the course is: ‘Who is Jesus?’  This course functions as the second half of the Wycliffe introduction to the New Testament, or it can be taken on its own. …
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Complementary Certificate (CC) in Ecumenical Studies

Ecumenical Institute of Bossey (The)

One semester: 30 ECTS credits Intended for students having completed a university Bachelor’s degree certificate in Christian theology, or in a closely related discipline. The programme is accredited by the University of Geneva with 30 ECTS (European Credit Transfer and accumulation System) credits to be achieved during one semester (mid-September – end of January) according …
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Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) in Ecumenical Studies

Ecumenical Institute of Bossey (The)

One academic year: 60 ECTS credits Intended for students having completed a university Master’s degree, preferably in Christian theology or in a closely related discipline. The programme is accredited by the University of Geneva with 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) credits to be achieved during two semesters (mid-September-end of June) according to the study …
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Martin Luther: The First Protestant Mystic?

Regent College

Explore the relationship between Protestantism, evangelicalism, and mysticism through the lens of Martin Luther’s life and faith. Wrestle with the overlap between Protestant faith and medieval mystical writings by looking at Luther’s own well-documented interaction with Christianity’s mystical tradition. Discover how contemporary Protestants might similarly turn to the mystical tradition for wisdom and inspiration. Evaluate …
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