C/D375 Christian Spirituality: Traditions and Issues

C/D375 Christian Spirituality: Traditions and Issues (Johnson)

This course investigates various Christian spiritual traditions, and establishes a foundation for those seeking Christian discipleship.  Through introducing a variety of selections from devotional classics, it will give particular attention to the following traditions: contemplative, holiness, charismatic, social justice, evangelical, and sacramental.  Located within these traditions, the course will explore contemporary trends (incarnational, creation and social justice spiritualities) and issues they engage (racism, secularization, ecology, poverty, gender).

Hybrid format: 2 Saturday face to face sessions, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (lunch break on your own); 5/10 and 6/21.  6 weeks online coursework betweeen 5/10 and 6/21

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