The Eucharist in Ecumenical Perspective

January 7, 2019 - April 1, 2019
HalifaxNS
Canada

 

The Eucharist in Ecumenical Perspective

How has the Eucharist, the sign and means of Christian unity, become the site at which Christian denominational division and brokenness is most visible? This course explores this question by looking at the Eucharist though an ecumenical lens. Featuring Anglican (Prof. Daniel Driver) and Roman Catholic (Prof. David Deane) instructors, the course looks at the history and distinctive theologies of the Lord’s supper. It looks at issues such as intercommunion and eucharistic fast, and it invites all to a conversation about the future of Christian unity. No previous theological study is required to participate in the Continuing Education section of this exciting course that aims to advance the cause of Christian understanding and unity. Participants may attend the classes on campus or participate online in real time (that is, watch the lecture on your computer, tablet, or phone, and converse with peers in the online breakout sessions). You can be heard and seen by others online and those in class, so you can speak and ask questions just as you could if you were present in person.  (3.0 CEU)

For further details about this program’s content, please contact Prof. David Deane ([email protected])


COST$150 to $684 (Fee structure below)
INSTRUCTORSDr. David Deane and Dr. Daniel Driver
WHENMonday afternoons | January 7 to April 1, 2019
TIMES1 pm to 3:30 pm (12 classes)
LOCATIONOn campus or online (simultaneous)
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Fee Structure

  • $150 to attend and participate in lectures/seminars only. Submitted assignments will not be returned or assessed. No consultation with instructors is available via email, telephone, or office hours. No transcript is provided.
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  • $500 to attend and participate in lectures/seminars. Participants may submit assignments and receive assessments. No consultation with instructors is available via email, telephone, or office hours. No transcript is provided.
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  • $684 to attend and participate in lectures/seminars. Participants may submit assignments and receive assessments. Consultation with instructors is available outside of class time. No transcript is provided.
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