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Module 3 (Online): Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends

Online with Zoom

Module 3 (Online) Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends This course explores the state of moral theology today by looking at four historical and contemporary shifts and trends. The first three sessions will be led by Dr Elizabeth Phillips.  First we look at how moral theology changed during and after the Reformation, comparing and contrasting Catholic Moral Theology and Protestant Christian Ethics.  Next we consider the resurgence of Virtue Ethics in the twentieth century and why some theologians have rejected this trend. Then we look at more recent trends towards ethnographic methods in ethics which attend closely to and describe [...]

Module 3 (Online): Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends

Online with Zoom

Module 3 (Online) Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends This course explores the state of moral theology today by looking at four historical and contemporary shifts and trends. The first three sessions will be led by Dr Elizabeth Phillips.  First we look at how moral theology changed during and after the Reformation, comparing and contrasting Catholic Moral Theology and Protestant Christian Ethics.  Next we consider the resurgence of Virtue Ethics in the twentieth century and why some theologians have rejected this trend. Then we look at more recent trends towards ethnographic methods in ethics which attend closely to and describe [...]

Module 3 (Online): Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends

Online with Zoom

Module 3 (Online) Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends This course explores the state of moral theology today by looking at four historical and contemporary shifts and trends. The first three sessions will be led by Dr Elizabeth Phillips.  First we look at how moral theology changed during and after the Reformation, comparing and contrasting Catholic Moral Theology and Protestant Christian Ethics.  Next we consider the resurgence of Virtue Ethics in the twentieth century and why some theologians have rejected this trend. Then we look at more recent trends towards ethnographic methods in ethics which attend closely to and describe [...]

Module 3 (Online): Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends

Online with Zoom

Module 3 (Online) Moral Theology Today: Shifts and Trends This course explores the state of moral theology today by looking at four historical and contemporary shifts and trends. The first three sessions will be led by Dr Elizabeth Phillips.  First we look at how moral theology changed during and after the Reformation, comparing and contrasting Catholic Moral Theology and Protestant Christian Ethics.  Next we consider the resurgence of Virtue Ethics in the twentieth century and why some theologians have rejected this trend. Then we look at more recent trends towards ethnographic methods in ethics which attend closely to and describe [...]

Module 4 (Online): Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment

Online with Zoom

Module 4 (Online) Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment This course will compare two important strands in theological aesthetics, the first approaching art as a bridge to the spiritual and transcendence, the other as an imaginative representation of the created world and lived human experience. The course will explore what each tradition can learn from the other with a view towards a deepened understanding of the place of faith in religious and non-religious art, with special attention to contemporary art and devotional practice. Course Leader: Dr Adrienne Dengerink Dates: Thursday afternoons 18th Feb–11th March 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm [...]

Module 4 (Online): Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment

Online with Zoom

Module 4 (Online) Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment This course will compare two important strands in theological aesthetics, the first approaching art as a bridge to the spiritual and transcendence, the other as an imaginative representation of the created world and lived human experience. The course will explore what each tradition can learn from the other with a view towards a deepened understanding of the place of faith in religious and non-religious art, with special attention to contemporary art and devotional practice. Course Leader: Dr Adrienne Dengerink Dates: Thursday afternoons 18th Feb–11th March 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm [...]

Module 4 (Online): Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment

Online with Zoom

Module 4 (Online) Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment This course will compare two important strands in theological aesthetics, the first approaching art as a bridge to the spiritual and transcendence, the other as an imaginative representation of the created world and lived human experience. The course will explore what each tradition can learn from the other with a view towards a deepened understanding of the place of faith in religious and non-religious art, with special attention to contemporary art and devotional practice. Course Leader: Dr Adrienne Dengerink Dates: Thursday afternoons 18th Feb–11th March 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm [...]

Module 4 (Online): Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment

Online with Zoom

Module 4 (Online) Faith in Art: Transcendence and Embodiment This course will compare two important strands in theological aesthetics, the first approaching art as a bridge to the spiritual and transcendence, the other as an imaginative representation of the created world and lived human experience. The course will explore what each tradition can learn from the other with a view towards a deepened understanding of the place of faith in religious and non-religious art, with special attention to contemporary art and devotional practice. Course Leader: Dr Adrienne Dengerink Dates: Thursday afternoons 18th Feb–11th March 2021, 2–5.30pm. Evening Liturgy 6pm [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]