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Pastoral Placement

Online with Zoom

Pastoral Placement These modules form part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Sue Price Dates: 4th November 2020, 4.30–6.30 pm, 20th January 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 27th January 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 3rdFebruary 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 21st April 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 28th April 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 5th May 2021, 4.30–6.30pm. Course will be online or in person, depending on COVID-19 restrictions in place. This module is primarily designed for students on the Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy pathway to give them the opportunity to work in and reflect on practical contexts and situations of pastoral care. [...]

Study Day: The Spirituality of the Psalms

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The Spirituality of the Psalms will explore ways in which communities of faith throughout biblical and contemporary history have been formed by the messages of and emotions in the Psalms.

£45.00

Seminar Series: Research Skills in Theology

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Seminar Series: Research Skills in Theology Academic writing in theology. How to begin? Michaelmas term 7th October 2020, 1–3pm: What is a PhD anyway? Identifying a research question and getting started. 21st Oct 2020, 1–3pm: Academic writing: working within a discipline, building a structure and crafting the appropriate style. 4th November 2020, 1–3pm: Project and time management: discipline, deadlines and planning ahead. 18th November 2020, 1–3pm: Methods, methodologies and being methodical: identifying and ordering the material. Theological Writing. Theology in dialogue Lent term 20th January 2021, 1–3pm: Scripture and Community in dialogue with tradition, memory and hope 3rd February 2021, 1–3pm: Mystical [...]

Free

Pastoral Placement

Online with Zoom

Pastoral Placement These modules form part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Sue Price Dates: 4th November 2020, 4.30–6.30 pm, 20th January 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 27th January 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 3rdFebruary 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 21st April 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 28th April 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 5th May 2021, 4.30–6.30pm. Course will be online or in person, depending on COVID-19 restrictions in place. This module is primarily designed for students on the Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy pathway to give them the opportunity to work in and reflect on practical contexts and situations of pastoral care. [...]

Module 5 (Online): Catherine Keller: Process, Relation and Entanglement

Online with Zoom

Module 5 (Online) Catherine Keller: Process, Relation and Entanglement This module will form an introduction to the thought of Catherine Keller, a philosopher of religion and constructive theologian with a significant voice, one that speaks across a range of contemporary issues, including social justice and the environment. She has contributed significantly to different fields of theology, including feminist, political and ecological theology, recognising the importance of process, relation and entanglement. Course Leader: Dr Férdia Stone-Davis Dates: Thursday afternoons 29th April–20th May 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm Contact Us About This Event Add Event To [...]

Pastoral Placement

Online with Zoom

Pastoral Placement These modules form part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Sue Price Dates: 4th November 2020, 4.30–6.30 pm, 20th January 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 27th January 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 3rdFebruary 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 21st April 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 28th April 2021, 4.30–6.30pm, 5th May 2021, 4.30–6.30pm. Course will be online or in person, depending on COVID-19 restrictions in place. This module is primarily designed for students on the Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy pathway to give them the opportunity to work in and reflect on practical contexts and situations of pastoral care. [...]

Module 5 (Online): Catherine Keller: Process, Relation and Entanglement

Online with Zoom

Module 5 (Online) Catherine Keller: Process, Relation and Entanglement This module will form an introduction to the thought of Catherine Keller, a philosopher of religion and constructive theologian with a significant voice, one that speaks across a range of contemporary issues, including social justice and the environment. She has contributed significantly to different fields of theology, including feminist, political and ecological theology, recognising the importance of process, relation and entanglement. Course Leader: Dr Férdia Stone-Davis Dates: Thursday afternoons 29th April–20th May 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm Contact Us About This Event Add Event To [...]

Study Day: Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls and their Significance

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The chance discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947 brought to light the earliest known copies of the biblical books, as well as many previously unknown writings which offer a fascinating insight into the beliefs and practices of Jews at the time of Jesus. This study day will introduce these texts, and provide an opportunity to explore their significance for our understanding of early Judaism, early Christianity and the history of the bible.

£45.00

Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy

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Orthodox Spirituality: Life in Liturgy Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Razvan Porumb Dates: Tuesdays 11th May–13th July 2021 This postgraduate module explores essential aspects that characterise and define Orthodox spirituality – the interconnections between liturgical life and communitarian/societal understanding. It will cover ways in which Orthodox theology is implicitly communitarian (and therefore pastoral), theology as holistic: inseparable connection between the liturgical and sacramental life, social action and commitment, and the concept of theosis as ‘engine’ and ultimate goal [...]

Seminar Series: Research Skills in Theology

Online with Zoom

Seminar Series: Research Skills in Theology Academic writing in theology. How to begin? Michaelmas term 7th October 2020, 1–3pm: What is a PhD anyway? Identifying a research question and getting started. 21st Oct 2020, 1–3pm: Academic writing: working within a discipline, building a structure and crafting the appropriate style. 4th November 2020, 1–3pm: Project and time management: discipline, deadlines and planning ahead. 18th November 2020, 1–3pm: Methods, methodologies and being methodical: identifying and ordering the material. Theological Writing. Theology in dialogue Lent term 20th January 2021, 1–3pm: Scripture and Community in dialogue with tradition, memory and hope 3rd February 2021, 1–3pm: Mystical [...]

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Philosophical Theology

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Philosophical Theology Online Synchronous (10 weeks) This module forms part of the ARU MAs and are open to all MA students as part of their degree. Course Leader: Dr Christoph Schneider Dates: 13th May­–15th July 2021, 2–4.30pm This module investigates the relationship between theology and philosophy. One theme is usually used as a focus for the entire course, for example: ‘faith and reason’, ‘evil’, ‘divine and human action’, ‘language/semiotics’, ‘religious epistemology’, etc. The aim of the module is to familiarise students with the most important positions, movements and schools in Philosophical Theology. The module discusses texts from the Continental tradition, [...]

Module 5 (Online): Catherine Keller: Process, Relation and Entanglement

Online with Zoom

Module 5 (Online) Catherine Keller: Process, Relation and Entanglement This module will form an introduction to the thought of Catherine Keller, a philosopher of religion and constructive theologian with a significant voice, one that speaks across a range of contemporary issues, including social justice and the environment. She has contributed significantly to different fields of theology, including feminist, political and ecological theology, recognising the importance of process, relation and entanglement. Course Leader: Dr Férdia Stone-Davis Dates: Thursday afternoons 29th April–20th May 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm Contact Us About This Event Add Event To [...]