Virtual Meetings: Tuesdays, September 14 and October 19 from 5-6 pm (MDT) and November 16 from 5-6 pm (MST) by Zoom. See URL link below.
"Gathering Days": October 11 (Monday) from 1-3 pm (MDT) and October 12 (Tuesday) from 10-noon (MDT)
Small groups: 10/11 3.15-3.45 pm doctoral students
4.15-5.00 pm first year students
10/12 9.00-9.45 am other students
We have a module for each week with all the readings and the discussion board. Please check the module.
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This course challenges the Eurocentric preoccupation of political theology and explores a postcolonial and comparative approach that addresses the realities of the majority world. We will discuss the relation between the formation of American empire and Christianity; changing geopolitics in Asia Pacific; race, colonial desire, and sexuality; and reconfiguring Christ. The practical and ministerial implications for preaching, interreligious solidarity and peacebuilding, and Christian mission will also be studied.
After taking this course, students should be able to:
|Oct 16, 2021||Sat||Discussion Post Week of October 11||due by 05:59AM|
|Oct 19, 2021||Tue||Watch video on Tips for writing a final paper in Module||due by 05:59AM|
|Oct 23, 2021||Sat||Discussion Post Week of October 18||due by 05:59AM|
|Oct 30, 2021||Sat||Discussion Post Week of October 25||due by 05:59AM|
|Nov 02, 2021||Tue||Final paper/project topic and plan due Nov 1||due by 05:59AM|
|Nov 06, 2021||Sat||Discussion Post Week of November 1||due by 05:59AM|
|Nov 13, 2021||Sat||Discussion Post Week of November 8||due by 06:59AM|
|Nov 23, 2021||Tue||Final paper due Nov 22||due by 06:59AM|