CS211Ancient Wisdom For Everyday Spirituality I: Reading The Spiritual Classics (AD1-1500)¬

CS211 : Ancient Wisdom For Everyday Spirituality I: Reading The Spiritual Classics (AD1-1500)¬ (1.5 Credit)
Academic Year : 2021
About this course

Since Pentecost, the Spirit of God has been at work in the Church, teaching Christians His Word, leading them in paths less travelled and enabling them to grow and mature in Christ.  While partaking in the one and the same Spirit of Christ, Christians have often experienced the teachings and guidance of God in diverse ways.  Working through the classic spiritual writings, we will explore various themes of Christian spirituality, like struggle, light and darkness, embodiment and the senses, action and contemplation. The objective of this course then, is to survey the history of Christian spirituality, that is, the diverse writings and experience of Christian men and women from 1st to 15th centuries of Christian history. Drawing from this deep well of ancient wisdom, we trust that their spiritual insights may still be used by God to guide us in our everyday spirituality.

Lecturer : Tan Seng Kong
DIRECTOR (SPIRITUAL FORMATION & EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES), LECTURER OF SYSTEMATIC AND SPIRITUAL THEOLOGY
Venue: Zoom Classroom , own study place
Course Timing:

Jul 22    

Aug 5, 19

Sept 2  

Oct 7

(7:15pm – 10:00pm)

Course Type: Blended Learning (1.5 Cr)
Semester: S1
Credits: 1.5 Credit
Max class size: 30
COURSE FEES

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