Syllabi - Topic: Spirituality - 16 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 2014 course by Mark Wessner at Briercrest College and Seminary explores personal and communal Christian spiritual formation and practice.
A 2005 course by James Cutsinger at the University of South Carolina focuses on "introduce students to the perennialist school of comparative religious thought" with special attention to "the work of Frithjof Schuon."
A 2014 course by Shannon McAlister at Fordham University "explores the experience of spiritual direction from the standpoint of both the director and the directed."
A 2011 course by Wesley Wildman at Boston University about the conversations between science and religion around health and healing.
A 2013 course by Shannon McAlister at Fordham University on the "experience [of] the divine in and through corporeality."
A 2013 course by Barbara Haycraft and Jeff Loach at Tyndale Seminary
A 2013 course by Joseph Boenzi at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology "offers a general history of the life, work and thought of this missionary, bishop, founder and doctor of the Church."
A 2010 course by Gordon Lindbloom at Lewis & Clark College "on understanding the ways spirituality and religion inform and influence the lives of clients and of counselors."
A 2014 course by Benjamin Wall at Houston Graduate School of Theology is a "study of the reciprocal relationship of theology and spirituality for development of a foundation for spiritual formation and direction."
A 2007 course by Kenneth Parker at Saint Louis University designed "to broaden our understanding of the rich history and heritage of Christian spirituality."
A 2012 course by Ifeoma Kwesi at Oakwood University offers a "biblical, theological, historical and practical study of spiritual formation for Christian ministry."
A 2014 course by Mady Fraser at Phillips Theological Seminary reflects "on the practice of hospitality as a spiritual discipline."
A 2014 course by Francis McAloon at Fordham University "provides a solid grounding in the history of Christian spirituality, both east and west."
A 2017 course by Jessica Starling examines "acts of self-discipline in a variety of cultural contexts, including Eastern (Jain, Hindu, Buddhist), Western (Stoic, Christian mystic), and modern secular (eco-activism, fasting diets, and extreme exercise regimes)" and through this "various understandings of the self, the body, desire, liberation and virtue."
A 2014 course by Frederick Schmidt at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary "Explores biblical texts, historical traditions, and modern approaches to the art of spiritual direction/guidance and its place in the church today; relationship of spiritual direction to counseling, therapy, and mentoring."
A 2002 course by Brendan McGroarty and Sally Montgomery at Catholic University of America "considers methods of actor training in the light of various spiritual traditions."