DATES: February 1 – April 20, 2013
SCHEDULE: In-class sessions will take place on 3 weekends in the winter term of 2013 as outlined below. In addition, on-line teaching will take place in a blog format.
Friday, February 1st (6:00-9:00 p.m.)
Saturday, February 2nd (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Friday, March 1st (6:00 – 9:00 p.m.)
Saturday, March 2nd (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Friday April 12th (6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.)
Saturday April 13th (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
*Registration Deadline – January 10, 2013
COURSE DESCRIPTION: The Protestant Reformations of the sixteenth century saw Christianity dramatically shift and expand to become the world’s largest religion. This course covers the compelling stories and personalities that have created the colourful history of five centuries. Major shifts and movements including theological debates, controversies, colonialization, globalization, feminist spirituality, and ecumenism will be addressed. With this journey through Christianity’s complex and dynamic past, you will place yourself within a broad and ecumenical perspective. While gaining a larger understanding of global issues, you will have the opportunity to also deepen your knowledge of your own roots and tradition.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR?
This new course offering is intended to make theological education accessible to a wider range of students and lay people than the regular programs of the Montreal School of Theology. It is a rich opportunity for those:
- seeking deeper understanding of Christian faith and spiritual enrichment; and/or
- wishing to pursue graduate theological education without earning a degree; and/or
- thinking about ordained ministry, but wishing to discern a call by trying some courses first
INSTRUCTOR : Dr. Lucille Marr
Dr. Lucille Marr is an adjunct Professor and course lecturer for McGill’s Faculty of Religious Studies. She has been lecturing at McGill for nearly ten of her twenty-five years of teaching, and has also served as pastor in a Montreal church for 10 of those years. An avid writer, she is the author of a variety of articles and has published two books, and continues to fulfill her passion for teaching and researching.
*This course is given 3 academic credits at the Masters (M.Div.) level. Credits may later be applied to the programs of any of the partner Colleges of MST, and would normally be considered for transfer to other academic institutions.
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For more information: Contact Angelika Piché, Director of Lay and Continuing Education. Phone: 514-849-2042 ext. 203 or Email: [email protected]
To download an Application Form, click here
UTC Cancellation Policy: UTC takes seriously its responsibility to offer diverse courses and Continuing Education Events of a consistently high quality. Part of the cost of these educational events is our financial commitment to presenters, even in the event that registration numbers are lower than anticipated or if a number of participants should cancel after registering. Recognizing these costs, UTC has the following policy on refunds for participants’ cancellation:
Each registration includes a $ 50 non-refundable registration fee.
Cancellations received less than a week prior to the event will be refunded at 50% of their full registration fees (whether they registered with an early-bird discount or paid the regular amount).
Thank you for your understanding.