Spring 2015: April 13 – June 1, 2015
New Voices in Anglicanism
Contemporary Anglican Christianity is practiced in settings around the world, yet the voices of its leaders and theologians are often unknown beyond their immediate context. All too often, English-speaking voices dominate our understanding of the nature of Anglicanism. This course will familiarize participants with the many voices — some familiar, others not –of Asian, African and Latin American Anglicans whose contributions will broaden and deepen the faith of Anglicans in the twenty-first century.
Instructor: The Rev. Dr. John Kater
Dr. Kater studied at Columbia University, the General Theological Seminary and McGill University in Montreal. He has served as a parish priest in the US as well as the Education Officer in Panama. In 1990 he joined the faculty of CDSP as Professor of Ministry Development and was the director of CALL for its first ten years. Officially retired, John continues to teach at CDSP in the fall semester as Professor Emeritus. Each spring he serves as Visiting Professor at Ming Hua Theological College in Hong Kong.