THE MONTREAL SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
We aim to make theological education accessible to a wide range of students.
This is a rich opportunity for those seeking deeper understanding of Christian
faith and spiritual enrichment; and/or wanting to pursue graduate theological
education without earning a degree; and/or thinking about ordained ministry,
but wanting to discern a call by trying some courses first.
This course is given 3 academic credits at the Masters (M.Div.) level.
Credits apply to the programs of any of the partner Colleges of MST,
and would normally be considered for transfer to other academic institutions.
resides in Alberta, where he
teaches courses in Biblical and
Religious Studies at Concordia
University of Edmonton. He
was previously a Faculty
Lecturer of New Testament
Studies at McGill University.
Dr. Tappenden’s research
explores dynamics of social
memory and embodied
cognition within the literature
of the early Christian
movement. His first book –
Resurrection in Paul:
Cognition, Metaphor, and
Transformation (SBL Press,
2016) – has recently been
awarded the 2017 Manfred
Lautenschläger Award for
Theological Promise from the
University of Heidelberg.
dates & times:
January 10 to April 11, 2018
All webinars are on Wednesdays at
6:30 p.m. EST
info: Caroline Leamon