In this course, students will immerse themselves in both self-inquiry and applied theology while exploring questions around diverse aspects of injustice and oppression, how spirituality informs social action, and key elements of social transformation. Specific areas of focus will include: Prison Ministry; Human Sexuality: History, Theology and Politics; Liberation Theology; Theatre of the Oppressed; Prophetic Voice in Ministry; and an Introduction to Deep Culture.
Only for joint-program students participating in Chaplaincy Institute (ChI) courses as part of the Interfaith Studies Certificate. Max. enrollment 15. Auditors excluded.Relevant for SKSM thresholds 2 (Prophetic Work & Witness) and 4 (History of Dissenting Traditions); MFC competency 4. Meets Nov. 18-20.
Prerequisite: ECO course.