The Anglican Bible: Scriptural Conversation and Formation Fall 2018

September 17, 2018 - November 5, 2018

Morgan Donn

September 17 – November 5, 2018

This course studies the ways the Bible has been received and has functioned in Anglicanism from the English Reformation to the present day. A dialogue between community and text that occurs in all scriptural communities of faith is a major focus. Both the Bible and the church are powerful shaping agents in this dialogue. The course traces the history of the Bible’s roles in Anglicanism, focusing on issues and concerns central to identity and mission. Examining ways in which the Bible has influenced and shaped worship and music, polity, evangelism, and theology will help refine and sharpen a focus on the Anglican community-text dialogue.

Instructor: Dr. Donn Morgan

Donn Morgan is Professor of Old Testament Emeritus at Church Divinity School of the Pacific. Always a student and teacher of the Bible, he also held administrative positions at CDSP (academic dean, president). He has been deeply involved in theological education in The Episcopal Church and the Graduate Theological Union, as well as teaching in Asia and England. His most recent books are Fighting with the Bible and Manifesto for Learning.

Categories: Anglican Studies  |  Biblical Studies  |  Theology