LEARNING TO THINK THEOLOGICALLY – (online course)
This new online course will help you think about some of the ways that theology and the faith we inherit connect with the common realities, expectations and surprises of everyday life. It will include an introduction to the process of ‘theological reflection’ and offer some useful models which you will then be able to apply in your own contexts.
Hands-on practical guidance in how we might ‘think theologically’ in different aspects of life at home, at church and in the world. Particularly helpful for those thinking about further ministry or practical theological study – or for anyone wanting to make connections between life and faith.
This course will go live on 28 May. Online materials will then be available until 22 July when the course ends.
A compulsory online seminar will take place on 29 June (7.30-9pm).
DATES: From 28 May to 22 July
Live Online Seminar 29th June, 7.30pm
VENUE – Oxford’s Moodle VLE (you will be sent a link)
Technical requirements: Internet connection, Computer with camera, microphone and speaker capability.
Cost: £30 – This course is free to all Diocesan LLMs in Training and Ordinands, and their supporters. However, we also welcome others to take part, and make a nominal charge of £30 for this course (when booking your place, please use the “Other Interested Learner” Ticket option)
Tutor: Revd Canon Dr Phillip Tovey (Warden of Readers)