Justice, Compassion and Witness: Ministry in a Turbulent World

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This course will now begin in late March 2023. Revised dates will follow shortly

Session 1: 21st March – 1st April 2022

Week 1
Reclaiming the Hebrew Bible’s Prophetic Tradition in Turbulent Times
Cheryl Anderson, Professor of Old Testament, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary

Week 2
Christian Ethics and Climate Crisis
Mark Y. A. Davies, Wimberly Professor of Social and Ecological Ethics; Director, World House Institute for Social and Ecological Ethics, Oklahoma City University


Session 2: 1st to 12th August 2022

Week 1
Jesus in a Turbulent World: The Gospel of John for the Twenty-first Century
David Ford, Regius Professor of Divinity Emeritus, University of Cambridge; Fellow, Selwyn College

Week 2
Pastoral Care and Diversity
Ken Walden, President-Dean, Gammon Theological Seminary


Session 3: 20th to 31st March 2023

Weel 1
Theology in the Public Square
Michael McCurry, Director/Professor, Center for Public Theology, Wesley Theological Seminary and
Rick Elgendy, Assistant Professor of Christian Ethics and Public Theology, Wesley Theological Seminary

Week 2
Beyond Culture Wars: Living Faithfully in Post-Secular Societies
Carole Irwin, Director of Studies and Director of the Centre for Faith in Public Life, Wesley House, Cambridge


Session 4: 31st July to 11th August 2023

Week 1
Gospel, Cultures, and Church in Contemporary Contexts: Mission in a Changing World
Paul Weston, Senior Lecturer in Mission Studies and Director of the Newbigin Centre, Ridley Hall, Cambridge; Affiliated Lecturer, Cambridge University Faculty of Divinity

Week 2
Ministry on the Margins: Poverty, Migration/Immigration, and Urban Issues
C. Anthony Hunt, Professor of Systematic, Moral and Practical Theology and Dunning Distinguished Lecturer, St. Mary’s Seminary and University, Baltimore, MD