Theology after Residential Schools

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course will explore the implications of the church’s relationship to residential schools for Christian theology.  We will cover the history of the schools in the Canadian context as well as the role of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and the collection of first-person testimony. Together we will take up questions of theology …
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Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Spirituality of Confessing Christ & Resisting Tyranny

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course is an opportunity to learn from the story and theological writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Confessing Church of the mid-20th century in Germany. In the context of the struggle for faithfulness in the midst of the Nazi era, we will learn how Bonhoeffer’s theological commitments flowed into his spirituality and political resistance. …
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Soil, Roots, and Pathways: The Radical Ethos of Eastern Orthodoxy

Vancouver School Of Theology

This course offering begins our exploration of the soil, roots, and pathways of the Eastern Orthodox understanding of the spiritual life. Course will be taught in person at VST, and via Zoom for distance students (degree students must connect synchronously if studying via Zoom)  

Transformations of Christian Worship in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries

Vancouver School Of Theology

Whether you worship at a megachurch in Korea, an Anglican cathedral, a small congregation on the prairies, or a Roman Catholic campus ministry, the way your community worships has been impacted by the multiple movements that have transformed Christian worship over the past century. In this course, we explore the liturgical movement, ecumenical movement, charismatic movement, …
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An Open and Relational God in an Open and Relational Universe

Vancouver School Of Theology

Our biggest questions about love, evil, climate, sexuality, purpose, and more need plausible answers. Open and relational theology offers answers that make sense and are livable. Drawing from scripture, philosophy, cultures, science, and more, this course wrestles with the biggest questions of our time. Available in person or via Zoom (synchronous only for Certificate and Degree …
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Palestinian Theology in Context

Regent College

Learn from Palestinian Christians by reading their theological contributions from the last 30 years. Deepen your understanding of the sociopolitical realities that contemporary Palestinians face while reflecting on the Palestinian Evangelical perspective. Together, we’ll explore major historical and theopolitical concerns, studying a theology of the land, the Kairos document, the relationship between the two testaments …
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21st Century Theology: Modern, Post-Modern, and Indigenous

Vancouver School Of Theology

Students will be introduced to the major theologians and theological movements of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. This will include the perspectives of liberation, feminist, postmodern, and indigenous, including emerging Pacific theologies. Course will be taught in person at VST, and via Zoom for distance students (degree students must connect synchronously if studying …
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Indigenous Studies Program Summer School

Vancouver School Of Theology

Indigenous Studies Program Summer School July 11th to July 22nd, 2022 Early-Bird Registration till May 15, 2022 Register Now Indigenous Studies Program Summer School (ISP) is offered annually during two weeks in July. This is an opportunity for students who are often isolated from one another to gather, learn, and worship together. Summer school is …
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Introduction to Hebrew Scriptures

Stevenson School of Ministry in the Diocese of Central Pennsylvania

This course is designed to introduce a student to the study of the writings of the Old Testament with special attention to the methods, principles, and tools for such study and to the historical, literary, and theological aspects and significance of these writings. This 10-week course will be taught by Collin Cornell on Tuesday nights …
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Introduction to Christian Apologetics

Wycliffe College

This course is an introduction to Christian apologetics and its relationship to evangelism. The course will teach the biblical, theological, and historical foundations of Christian apologetics. Additionally, the course will serve as a primer of cultural exegesis and cultural hermeneutics, the goal of which is to equip students with the critical analytical tools to engage …
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