Course Catalog

The Catholic Tradition in Anglicanism HT 562/663

This online course will examine the history of the Anglo-Catholic movement through primary and secondary sources and will take an in-depth look at the theology which undergirds it. Topics will include nature and grace, incarnation, ecclesiology, sacraments, and...

Anglican and Episcopal History HT320

This course provides an introduction and overview to history and development of the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion, with particular attention given to Anglicanism as as a diverse, globalized communion.

Anglican Theology and Ethics HT341

In this course students learn about the distinctive history of Anglican theology and its dynamic, diverse, contemporary practice. The focus will be on engaging primary texts in their historical context, as well as making sense of such texts for today’s church. We will...

Systematic Theology HT 340

This course offers an introductory exploration of the central theological themes of the Christian tradition (theologies of God/Trinity, creation, the person and work of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, the nature and mission of the church, and the reign of God ) ....

Global Anglicanism HT 420

This course is looks at issues of diversity and post-colonialism in the 21st century Anglican Communion. We will examine the current makeup of the Communion and look at significant issues Anglicans will face in the next 50 years. The course is also an introduction and...

Christ and Atonement HT 441

A study of classic and contemporary Christian perspectives on the person and work of our Lord Jesus Christ, including the historical development of the doctrine of the two natures of Christ; the meaning of Christ’s life, ministry, suffering on the cross, death...

Creation and the New Creation HT 442

This course considers classic and contemporary Christian perspectives on the human, including: creation, creaturehood, the image of God, sin and evil, will, providence, race, gender and embodiment. The course explores these issues in relation to other core doctrines...

Faith and Life Together: Ecumenism and Ethics HT 445

The ecumenical movement has made enormous progress in resolving major doctrinal issues dividing Christian churches worldwide.  Now the focus turns to the Christian moral life (ethics) which in turn is rooted in the nature of the church itself.  On both of these the...

Baptismal Ecclesiology – HT 446/646

What is the shape of a church called into being by baptism?  The liturgical renewal of the late 20th Century moved baptism to the center of the Christian life and provided a new basis for ecumenical reconciliation and shared mission.  This course, taught by the entire...

Atheism 101 HT 450

The premise of this course is that Christians in general and seminary-trained leaders in particular ought to know why people who have heard the gospel and understand it choose not to be a part of the Christian community. If we are truly “mission-minded,” we should be...