CT 740 335: George MacDonald: An Introduction

  • Start date: June 3, 2019

In multiple places, C. S. Lewis declared that the writings of George MacDonald played a large role in shaping his own faith. MacDonald has also been credited with creating the contemporary literary genre called “fantasy.” Besides these, however, this Scottish pastor wrote realistic novels that address contemporary issues like reconciling a perceived struggle between science and faith, or dealing with pastors who lacked sexual integrity. This class will explore some of MacDonald’s works to better understand them.

  • Time: Mondays, 6:00-9:00
    Credit: 3 hours
    Location: TBA
    Instructor:Melody Green
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BI/CT 740 110: Mary Magdalene: Scripture, Tradition, and Imagination

  • Start date: June 6, 2019

This class will explore Mary Magdalene in scripture, church history, art, film, and fiction. It will be team taught by three professors who specialize in these areas.

  • Time: Thursdays, 6:00-9:00
    Credit: 2 hours
    Location: TBA
    Instructor:Ken Cuffey, Andrew Blaski, Melody Green
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