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St. Gregory of Nyssa

HT 711/811

the rev. dr. john behr

Regius Chair in Humanity, the University of Aberdeen

This seminar course will engage a close reading of primary texts (in translation, with analysis of selected passages in Greek), covering the wide range of Gregory's interests: theology, Christology, exegesis, anthropology, asceticism, and spirituality; a review of a major work from the last century on St. Gregory; culminating in the student’s own research project examining an aspect of Gregory’s thoughts and writing.
 

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Taking Flesh: Incarnation, Embodiment & Artistry

AT 712/812

the rev. dr. trevor hart

Honorary Professor of Divinity, the University of St. Andrews and Rector, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

God as creator taking on the flesh of creation in order to redeem, transform, and exalt that creation is at the heart of the Christian gospel and also central to our existence as embodied beings in God’s creation of both “things visible and invisible.” In an analogous manner, for the human creature to be fully human involves us in repeated acts of flesh-taking and meaning- making. The practices and products of human artistic making, albeit only one sphere in which this occurs, provide a particularly appropriate paradigm as they straddle the boundary between material and non-material reality, thereby drawing us more fully into each. Considering different ways in which flesh is “taken” and “transformed” in the arts may thus aid us both in situating them theologically and in reckoning with some of the peculiar tensions and resolutions involved in our creaturely being-in-the-world.

Tuition: $1500 (Credit) / $500 (Audit)

This course is being offered in-person only.

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A Fearful Thing to Fall into the Hands of the Livng God: Warnings in Hebrews as a Window to its Rhetoric, Theology, History & Pastoral Application

NT 721/821

the rev. dr. amy peeler

Associate Professor of New Testament, Wheaton College

This course will focus on the dire warnings contained in the epistle to the Hebrews, attending closely to the rhetorical and theological argument of each passage and thus providing a basis from which we can engage various interpretive paradigms. Students will then be able to construct their own interpretive approach for teaching and answering questions that will inevitably arise from texts like these in their lives and ministries.

Tuition: $1500 (Credit) / $500 (Audit)

This course is being offered in-person only.

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FOR CURRENT DMin STUDENTS | July 19 - 23

 

DMin. Research and Methods

DMIN 800/801

the rev. dr. jack gabig

Associate Professor of Practical Theology and Director of the DMin. Program, Trinity School of Mission

This course orients DMin students to the DMin project and the research methods needed to complete it. Students should take this course as early as possible in their DMin degree.

Tuition: $1500 (Credit) / $500 (Audit)

This course is being offered in-person only.

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