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Summer School: Introduction to Public Theology – 8 week course Tuesday nights, 6.30 – 9.30 pm In person at Wesley House, or online

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Summer School: Introduction to Public Theology – 8 week course Tuesday nights, 6.30 – 9.30 pm In person at Wesley House, or online via Zoom What does it mean for faith communities to engage in public discourse? Is there a common good? Can “God-talk” still make a positive contribution to society? You are invited to explore these questions over 8 weeks in the first cooperative Summer School. During the course we will investigate the nature of public theology, explore pop culture, examine forms of public dialogue from political speeches to viral memes, and stage our own conversation on four critical social issues in our time. We will meet for 8 sessions on Tuesday nights (in person and online), starting on 11 January, 2022. For those who are joining us online, we will send you the Zoom link closer to the start date. Purchasing a ticket gives you access to all 8 sessions and all course materials:11 January 18 January 25 January 1 February8 February 15 February 22 February 1 March We have one copy of the book “Enacting a Public Theology” by Clive Pearson to give away! Everyone who registers for Summer School will go into the draw to win. The winner will be announced in January 2022…https://events.humanitix.com/the-cooperative-summer-schoo


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