Intensive: February 1, 2, 4 & 5
And also available online in semester 1.
Concerned about the challenge of climate change? Interested to understand how people of faith might respond?
This unit examines the question of what an ecological context and approach means for Christian theology and praxis. It identifies some of the challenges this presents for questions of faith and understanding, and explores a number of significant ecological resources in the rich Christian tradition. The ecological phenomenon of climate change relates to the essentially religious question of who we are and how we are to live.
February 11, 12, 13, 21 & 22
How to bring renewal from the ferment that surrounds us? Deepen your understanding of the cultural movements that have defined the Australian church (Christendom and its dying influence, the Enlightenment, its legacy of modernity, and the challenges of post-modernity and globalization). Explore and critique recent
‘missional’ strategies and engage directly with communities responding to missional challenges
Welcome and introduction for new and returning students 4pm
BBQ from 6pm – All Welcome!
RSVP Ms Erlinda Loverseed firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 18 February.