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Friday, 26 Mar 2021
Over the mid-semester break we’re initiating a guided study group where you can discuss how to approach upcoming assignments while getting to know other students. It will be friendly, structured and productive. How will it work? Choose one assessment task that you have underway and prepare to talk for 2 minutes (200 words) about the task requirement and very briefly outline how you’re planning to approach it. In response, the group will provide constructive, enabling feedback. Our Academic Learning Advisor will be there to guide and answer any questions. Pilgrim aspires to be a community of learning for people on…
Tuesday, 23 Mar 2021
So I praise God, whose mystery keeps drawing us into theological study, I praise Jesus, whose life, teaching, death and resurrection is a constant source of nourishment and challenge, and I praise the Holy Spirit, who offers wisdom, comfort and inspiration. Praise to the Trinity of love. Amen. – Andrea Mayes, Vice-Chancellor’s Scholar The Pilgrim community extends a huge congratulations to the Pilgrim students who graduated from the University of Divinity last Friday, 19th March. We applaud their efforts and recognise the significant personal investment involved in undertaking the task of theology. We pray that the next step in the…
Friday, 12 Mar 2021
“This deeply interconnected collection of essays offers fresh perspectives on the challenges of comprehending the relations between power and agency, authority and love. Feminist theology has always rejected binary separations between these spheres and stresses the painful but necessary task of accommodating their entanglement in human and divine relations. What the authors in this work achieve are vivid, culturally located and accountable representations of loving as ‘power transformed’ and ‘transforming power’.” – Heather Walton Professor of Theology and Creative Practice School of Critical Studies, University of Glasgow We are thrilled about the publication of a new book of essays, Contemporary…
The Dalton McCaughey Library welcomes you all back to study and is happy to see you onsite and to continue to support your online study. Our library hours are: Monday: 9am – 5pm Tuesday: 9am – 6pm Wednesday: 9am – 6pm Thursday: 9am – 6pm Friday: 9am – 5pm The library door will be on automatic between 12:30 and 1:30. Please be prepared to wait for entry at other times as we may not be immediately available to open the door, have your student ID ready. You will still need to sign in using either the QR code or the…