Course

IPI5/700—IIS Integrating Seminar: Valued Wisdoms, New Conversations


Instructor(s): Rev. Raymond C. Aldred

Instructor(s): Rabbi Dr. Laura Duhan Kaplan

This seminar addresses the “inter” in “inter-religious studies.” Together, we will respectfully explore multiple approaches to understanding connections between the beliefs and practices of four world religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Indigenous North American. Approaches may include deep ecumenism, awareness of social complexity, shared study of sacred text, and exploration of shared action on shared concerns. Students will gain ideas and practical experience to respectfully collaborate and address issues and challenges with peers across and among wisdom traditions.  This course is normally for students in their final year of the MA IIS.  Others should seek permission to register from the instructor and registrar.

Course dates: Friday/Saturday Nov 3-4; 17-18; & Dec 1-2 (10am – 4pm each day)

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IPT5/712 - Sacred Texts & Oral Traditions IPS/SP510 - Liturgy, Ritual and the Sacred TH5/714 - Indigenous Theologies and Epistemologies IPT5/720 - Jews and Christians: A Theological Journey SP513 - Indigneous Spirituality and Christian Faith IPS/SP500—Spiritual Formation in Communities

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