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Anglican and Episcopal History

HT 320
History of Particular Traditions

Introduction to history and development of the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion, with particular attention given to Anglicanism as a diverse, globalized faith community.

S:
Mar 1-2, 29-30, May 3-4

Anglican Liturgy and Music: Development and Theology

ML 301
Liturgy and Worship

Introduction to principles and practices of Anglican worship with focus on the Episcopal Church. Covers nature of worship and history of its evolution; and the theology and use of music in worship.

F:
Sept 21-22, Oct 19-20, Nov 16-17

Anglican Liturgy and Music: Theology and Practice

ML 302
Liturgy and Worship

Principles and practices of Anglican worship with focus on Episcopal Church. Covers contemporary liturgy and sacrament with practicum on conducting Episcopal worship.

S:
Feb 22-23, Mar 22-23, Apr 26-27

Anglican Spirituality and Ethos

PSF 302
Spirituality and Spiritual Direction

Class offers an orientation to a variety of spiritual practices and the arts, with attention to principles that guide their use for personal formation and cultivation of communities. Participation involves experiential learning.

F:
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S:
Feb 15-16, Mar 15-16, Apr 1-13

Anglican Theology and Ethics

HT 340
Particular Individuals or Traditions

Explore the diverse theologies and ethics reflected in the worldwide Anglican Communion. Consider the work of "classic" Anglican theologians and moral theologians and their impact.

F:
Sep 28-29, Oct 26-27, Nov 30-Dec 1

Applied Ethics fore Ministry: Issues in Medical and Sexual Ethics

E4008
Topics in Ethics
F:
T 100-345

Articulating Faith in the US Context

D4021
Topics in Theology
F:
W 900-1145

Articulating Faith in the US Context

D5021
Topics in Theology
F:
W 900-1145

Assessment Intervention

507-002
Ministry Studies
F:
T 100-330

Augustine, Niebuhr and Malcolm X

TEC 504
Particular Individuals or Traditions

We will review the ideas of these three highly influential thinkers about the nature of sin in human existence and those qualities of human beings requiring redemption, giving special attention to the theme of sin as pride and sensuality.

F:
W 2-5