Theologies of Chaplaincies: Working on the Edge of Religion (AM-604)

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This course aids in the chaplain’s role definition as a person representing religion and God on the edges of religious institutions. It privileges the complex experience of representing faith in multifaith and//or secular contexts and/or blended contexts. The course will explore the role of a chaplain in a variety of settings, including medical facilities, universities, prisons, and as advocates in institutions and places as yet unconsidered. This course provides an introductory experience for people considering and training for chaplaincy as a vocation.
 

Course Meets: January 10-14, 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM

Course fulfills the following curricular requirements:
MAIRS - Ministerial Studies: Arts of Ministry
MAC - Chaplaincy Elective
MAP - Elective course

 


 

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