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Anglican Theology & Ethics

In Spring 2014, this course will be offered as a semester-long course in Columbus and a weekend intensive in Chicago:


In this course students learn about the distinctive history of Anglican theology and its dynamic, diverse contemporary practice; focus will be on engaging primary texts in their historical context, as well as making sense of such texts for today's church. We will also examine the Anglican thinking about the good life, especially in its connection with worship, the sacraments, and its outworking in everyday life.

Dates: Spring 2014 semester
Location: Columbus
Instructor: The Rev. Dr. Jason Fout
Course number:  HTS2054-1

Class documents:

pdfReading list


In this course, students will focus on the breadth and variety of theologies and ethics in the worldwide Anglican Communion as well as “classic” Anglican theologians and moral theologians.

Dates:  February 21-22, March 21-22 and April 25-26
Time: 1 pm on Friday until Saturday at 4:30 pm with online work between meetings
Location: Chicago
Instructor:  The Rev. Dr. Ellen Wondra
Course number:  HTS2054-2

Class documents:

pdfClass schedule
pdfReading list

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