The History of Heresy

Regent College

This course covers the history of heresy with a particular focus on the emergence of orthodoxy and heresy in the early church. The primary contents of the course include the origins of heresy and orthodoxy in Judaism and the Greco-Roman world, Paul and his opponents, unity and diversity in the early church, the emergence of …
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Reformed Theology

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course is designed to acquaint students with evolving theological expression of the Reformed Tradition in its 19th and 20th Century embodiments as it responds and interacts with the rise of modernity and late/post-modernity. (Think of the course as the good ship “Reformed” sailing from Schleiermacher to Barth and beyond.) Through the examination of theological …
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Healthcare and the Christian Life

Regent College

What features define human life? How do individuals and communities understand and withstand suffering and pain? What is good dying? In our time, these essential human questions are often viewed primarily as bioethics issues. In reality, these are not exclusively medical or bioethical enquiries. Rather, they are questions that all human individuals and societies ultimately …
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Foundations for Baptismal Living

Bexley Seabury Seminary

Gain an appreciation of how to “think theologically,” reflect on what we know and how we know it, engage a variety of interpretive lenses and explore ways to talk across difference. 4-week blended (synchronous and asynchronous) course 3 hours a week independent study (reading, watching, listening, and/or writing), online text-based discussion (asynchronous), final project due …
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Theology 1

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course is the foundational course in Christian theology. Starting from the central experience of God in prayer and worship, we explore what it means to know the Triune God in the light of Scripture, the ecumenical councils, contemporary theology, and our Anglican heritage. We will discuss throughout the course what it means for a …
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Christian Foundations I From Abraham to Jesus

Niagara School for Missional Leadership

Many people are familiar with the concept of an overarching narrative (storyline) when looking at the history of our faith: from the Old Testament, through to the New and on into the history of the church, we can see God at work. However, when people think of, say, the Old Testament, disconnected images come to …
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Celtic Spirituality and Engish Mysticism

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

This course will cover the history of Christian Spirituality in the British Isles prior to the Protestant Reformation, including Celtic spirituality, Romano-British Christianity, Anglo-Saxon spirituality, and medieval English mysticism. Students will practice and reflect upon the spiritual disciplines described and prescribed in primary texts (The Cloud of Unknowing, Walter Hilton’s Scale of Perfection, Julian of …
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Theology of the Cross

Center for Anglican Learning & Leadership (CALL)

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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