Theology, Injustice and Resistance

July 1, 2019 - July 12, 2019
660 Francklyn Street
HalifaxNSB3H 3B5
Canada

Theology, Injustice and Resistance

How do Christians hold ruling earthly powers to account? To “obey the Holy One more than human authorities”—and to resist—become profound duties when injustice is a tool of government. This course explores three “cases” of governmental injustice: the genocide of Jews by the National Socialist government of Germany; the apartheid regime of South Africa; and the cultural genocide of First Nations in Canada. Through lectures, videos, readings, and extensive discussions, participants will examine and assess governmental injustice, ecclesial and civil resistance, and processes of reconciliation.

Instructor: Dr. Martin Rumscheidt
Date: July 1-12, 2019
Monday to Friday, 9:00 – Noon each day
Fee:  $150     3.0 CEUs

Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/theology-injustice-and-resistance-tickets-60209892409

Continuing Education students have no assignments or tests.

Categories: Courses  |  Social Justice  |  Theology