Winter 2023 Courses

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Educating the Poetic Imagination: Psalms and Poetry

Christine Perrin, MFA

BI 704 / BI 804
Course Dates: Jan. 2 – 30, 2023
Residential Week: Jan.16 – 20
Mode: In-person
Tuition: $1650 (Credit) / $550 (Audit)

The course will focus on the significance of the poetic imagination as a critical way we come to engage and understand visible and invisible reality of the cosmos. We will first establish the role of poetic imagination historically and make an apology for its ongoing and contemporary role.  We will also embody a musical education that most of us never received. To do so we will study and chant the psalms (with instruction) we will also study poetry in the tradition of the psalms, including George Herbert, Gerard Manley Hopkins and a small collection of contemporary voices.  We will do so with communal reading methods that aid our entrance into and contemplation of multi-valent and beautiful texts.  We will also discuss why this matters for ministry in the church and consider together why culture is a byproduct of praise and how necessary this is for us today. 

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Christian Platonism: Constructive Proposals

Dr. Hans Boersma

HT 722 / 822
Course Dates: Jan. 2 – 30, 2023
Residential Week: Jan. 9 – 13
Mode: In-person
Tuition: $1650 (Credit) / $550 (Audit)

Christian Platonism has come to be viewed with suspicion in the modern period: its body-soul dualism, otherworldliness, and rejection of the goodness of matter have placed the Platonic tradition under a cloud of suspicion. Recently, however, a variety of philosophical and theological scholars have reappraised the tradition of Christian Platonism for its realist, anti-materialist and anti-skeptical potential. This course is the second of two reading courses on Christian Platonism and engages constructive theological proposals in Christian Platonism. (You don’t need to have taken the first course to be able to register for this one.) The readings focus particularly on how it is that Christians understand created things to participate in uncreated truth, goodness, and beauty.

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Anglican & Episcopal Church History

The Rev. Dr. Thomas Buchan

CH601
Course Dates: Jan. 2 – 30, 2023
Residential Week: Jan. 9 – 13
Mode: In-person
Tuition: $1650 (Credit) / $550 (Audit)

This is an intermediate course in Anglican church history covering important events, figures, movements, and religious, social, and intellectual developments from the time of the English Reformation through the development of the global Anglican Communion to the present day. It is normally the third course in church history taken by students in residential and hybrid-distance degree programs.

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Introduction to Biblical Interpretation

Dr. Garwood Anderson

BI501
Course Dates: Jan. 2 – 30, 2023
Residential Week: Jan. 16 – 20
Mode: In-person
Tuition: $1650 (Credit) / $550 (Audit)

This class is an introduction to the interpretation of Holy Scripture that lays the foundation for future biblical study and ministries of teaching and preaching in the Church. It has four interlocking topics: the doctrine of Scripture, the theory of hermeneutics, the unity of the Bible, and the practice of exegesis. Students learn to evaluate the biblical interpretations of others and to perform faithful exegesis for themselves and those whom they serve.

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Moral Theology

Instructor TBD

MT503
Course Dates: Jan. 2 – 30, 2023
Residential Week: Jan. 9 – 13
Mode: In-person
Tuition: $1650 (Credit) / $550 (Audit)

This course provides an introduction to the foundations of a contemporary Anglican approach to Moral Theology, or “Christian Ethics.” Primary attention is given to an exploration of basic Christian moral principles, and the course includes reflection upon the scope and purpose of moral theology, the importance for moral theology of the basic structure of Christian Doctrine, and the consequences for moral theology of various alternatives in theoretical or philosophical ethics.

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Additional Information

HOUSING & MEALS
To request housing and meals for a winter residential week, fill out the housing and meals form by November 22. If you have questions about housing, please contact Kelly Medina at kmedina@nashotah.edu.

REFUNDS
Full refunds for winter term tuition fees will not be given after December 27, and full refunds for housing and refectory fees will not be given after two (2) weeks prior to arrival on campus. If you have questions about fees related to your course, please contact the bursar at bursar@nashotah.edu

OTHER INQUIRIES
If you have any questions about the Visiting Student application or the winter term courses, please contact the admissions team at admissions@nashotah.edu.

CURRENT STUDENTS
Current students should register for winter courses in Populi.

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