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Upcoming Carey Institute Events
February 22 Sechelt: Transitions of Life
March 1 Kamloops: A Walk Up To Easter
March 22 White Rock: Transitions of Life
March 29 Leduc: Transitions of Life
April 14-21 Holy Week: no seminars
April 26 Summerland: Transitions of Life
April 26 Charlie Lake: It Takes A Village
May 13 & 14 Vancouver: Non-Profit Management
May 25 Carey Grad Celebration
July 8-11 Praying and Reading Scripture Through Chinese Painting (Sam Ho~ taught in Cantonese)
August 18-23 Retreat with Rob Des Cotes @ Carey
Spring courses at Carey begin online April 7, 2014. Online courses end June 27, 2014.
To register click here.
APPL567_Ringma_Jun2014 - onsite June 16-19
BIBL642Justice_Dickau_2014 - onsite April 7-10
CSF500_Mutch_Jun2014 - intensive June 2-9
CSF600_Kiemele_2014 - intensive May 9-16
CSF610_Kiemele_2014 - intensive May 9-16
SPIR588_Kiemele_2014 - onsite April 28-May 1
THEO618_Wilson_Apr2014 - onsite April 22-25
DMPP935_ Smith_May2014 - onsite May 26-30
DMPM942_Ringma_Jun2014 - onsite June 16-20
Central to the biblical story and the life and ministry of Jesus is the enactment of justice as envisioned in God’s kingdom. In this course, we will trace this biblical vision of justice by following a number of relevant themes that run through the entire biblical corpus, such as Sabbath and Jubilee formulations, economic redistribution, communal solidarity, hospitality, and care for creation. The course will also explore dimensions of our own world and the structural injustice that exists within it, how a biblically grounded vision of justice might be actualized, and what the role of the faith community could be in embodying it.
Our time together will provide fresh and invigorating challenges, both in how we read the biblical texts and in considering together what it means for us to live faithfully in light of its resolute call to do justice.
This is a graduate course, taught by Dr. Tim Dickau, and is open to anyone interested in taking it for credit or in auditing the 4-day intensive. All audit students must have a bachelor degree or equivalent to register.
The course is conducted both online, running from April 7th to June 27th, and in class from April 7-10, 2014 for those taking it for credit.
REGISTER through our new online registration system. You will be prompted to create a username and password and then follow the instructions. Credit card payment is now accepted through our online system.
In the long history of Christianity various forms of intentional community have existed alongside of the parish church. This course explores the theology and praxis of such communities, including Monasticism, Anabaptist and Moravian communities, contemporary communities amongst Roman Catholics and Protestants and the New Monasticism.
This is a combined course for both doctoral and masters students. The instructor is Dr. Charles Ringma. Doctoral students attend June 16-20, 2014 and the course is DMPM942. Masters students attend June 16-19, 2014 and the course is APPL567.
Audit students are welcome! Audit fee is $480
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