Attention CTS alumni! Help us connect with future students and audit a class for free! #CTSConnect
Do you know anyone who might be interested in becoming a student at CTS? Right now, any CTS alum referring a prospective student who ends up enrolling will be able to audit any one of the five fall semester courses listed below for free!
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The following five courses will be available to audit with this offer:
T677 – James Cone, Black Theology, and the Remaking of the Black Church
Dr. Joseph Tucker Edmonds
This course will explore the theological legacy of James Cone, specifically attending to the origins and development of Black Theology. The course will explore the diverse sources that shaped this theological project as well as its impact on what has colloquially been called “The Black Church.” This course will be offered as a weeklong intensive from August 19-23.
T882 – Bonhoeffer
Dr. Robert C. Saler
This seminar will consider the theology and witness of Dietrich Bonhoeffer through readings of primary texts and biographical sources. Particular attention will be paid to how Bonhoeffer’s theology might inform the tasks of ministry, vocation, and Christian discipleship in the 21st century. This course will be offered in a 14-week format and is Zoom eligible.
M514 – Pastoral Leadership Across Difference and Polarization
Dr. Bill Kincaid
This course will identify pastoral wisdom and church and community practices to engage political polarization, religious extremism, sexuality, generational differences, racial divides and economic disparities constructively and prophetically. This course will be offered in a 14-week format.
M727 – Prophetic Preaching
Rev. Courtney Buggs
In this course, students will be confronted with and challenged by the call to prophetic preaching as one crucial manifestation of prophetic witness in the world. This course will be offered in a 14-week format.
P650 – Treating Addictive Behavior
Dr. Christina Jones Davis
This course will cover the diagnosis and treatment of addictive behaviors, including substance abuse and process addictions. Specific attention will be given to underlying spiritual issues and dynamics of healing. This course will be offered as a weeklong intensive from August 12-16.