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Syllabus: History and Traditions of Spiritual Formation

Taking advantage of a snow day here in Boston to post the second of Tom Schwanda’s two syllabi. The first was posted last week. Here’s the description: This course traces some of the dominant themes of Christian spirituality. Through biblical, … Continue reading

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Syllabus: Spiritual Theology: Knowing and Experiencing God

Tom Schwanda of Wheaton College is making two syllabi available. Here is a description of the first: Spiritual theology is the practical, experiential exploration into the major themes of Christian theology. It is concerned with both how we think about … Continue reading

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Syllabus: Pro-Seminar in Spirituality

The third syllabus we’ve received comes from Dale M. Schlitt,omi, who teaches at the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio , Texas. Titled a Pro-Seminar in Spirituality, it has the following course description: History and nature of the academic study of … Continue reading

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Syllabus: Classics of Western Spirituality

Our second syllabus comes from Charles J. Scalise. He describes it as a syllabus for “a course I taught last year to master’s-degree students at both Fuller Northwest in Seattle and Fuller Seminary in Pasadena.” Here is the course description: This … Continue reading

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Syllabus: Foundations of Spirituality

The first syllabus added to the CSS blog (!), it provides the outline for a course taught by Carla Mae Streeter, OP, professor emerita at the Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, Missouri. SSCS members can request copies of the … Continue reading

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