This graduate level course, offered by Trinity School for Ministry at the Ridley Institute, is part of the course requirements for a Masters of Arts in Religion. The class begins with a two-day intensive and then meets on Tuesday evenings for the remainder of the semester.
Students are welcome as both auditors and as for-credit participants. Auditors will pay $150 for the class and for-credit participants will pay $515 per credit hour (3-credit course).
For more information email Aidan Smith (ASmith@tsm.edu).
The Lord’s Prayer is at the heart of Christian spirituality and Christian theology. Alongside the Nicene Creed, it has been repeatedly the focus of courses on Christian doctrine. So what does it teach? And what does it teach differently, or in a different way, from what we find elsewhere in the Bible and Christian tradition? This course will be a refresher for all on what we mean when we pray the Lord’s Prayer, and what we learn from the Lord’s Prayer about Christian faith and a life of prayer.
This course is also available via web streaming.
The Sola Course serves as an introduction to theological thinking with the aim of establishing a Gospel-centered theological playing field by introducing participants to the Five Solas of the Reformation. All first time Ridley students are encouraged to participate in the Sola Course. (This course is not offered via Livestream.)