Fordham Notes: Graduate School of Religion Dean to Present Integrative Seminar

Friday, October 10, 2014

Graduate School of Religion Dean to Present Integrative Seminar

Next week, Fordham’s Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education will present the next installation of its new series, the Vineyard Workers’ Workshops.

“God, Christ, the Church, and Salvation”
Friday, Oct. 17
10 a.m.
Fordham Westchester Campus

C. Colt Anderson, Ph.D., dean of GRE and an expert in church history, will discuss how an understanding of the Nicene Creed and other essential doctrines relate to spiritual life and practice.

The workshop is part of an ongoing series that serve people working in religious education, ministry, and pastoral counseling. Part online and part on-campus, the workshop series integrates study and practice in the fields of ministry and pastoral care.

Topics include gender issues in ministry, interfaith concerns in ministry, moral theology and social justice, intercultural communication, and more. Periodically, workshops will also cover contemporary issues and developments in pastoral counseling.

Workshops include CEU credits through the National Association of Lay ministry.

Visit the GRE website for more information about the workshop.

— Joanna K. Mercuri

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