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SM 2003, Research Methods and Practices (Prof. Garrett), Spring 2020, Louisville Seminary

SyllabusRMAPSp20.pdf

This is a MAR (Master's in Religion) requirement; open to M.Div students as a General Elective. Purpose: The purpose of this course is to help…

NT 4013 Evil, Suffering, and Death in the New Testament (Prof. Garrett), January 2020, Louisville Seminary

This is the course website for Prof. Susan Garrett's NT 4013 Evil, Suffering, and Death in the New Testament, taught during J-Term 2020. J-Term is an…

How Should Christian Theology Be Anti-Racist?

AntiracistChristianTheologyForADL.docx

Stephen Waldron in this short article discusses how "sometimes, [though,] our theological anti-racism is weaker than it should be because of a limited…

Inclusion: Making Room For Grace by Eric H. F. Law (St. Louis, Chalice Press, 2000)

Inclusion: Making Room For Grace by Eric H. F. Law (St. Louis, Chalice Press, 2000). 130 p.Contents: Introduction -- Now that faith has come :…