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Online course: A 5-Week Series on Bonhoeffer and Faithful Praxis
May 4 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
May 4 (Thursdays) through June 8, 2pm ET; recordings available
The class is asynchronous and you can participate fully without being present at any specific time. The weekly streaming session will take place on FIVE consecutive THURSDAYS at 2pm ET – May 4 through June 8.
- 5 Lectures from leading Bonhoeffer Scholars: Each week you will receive a lecture exploring the ways Bonhoeffer’s thought can challenge and address the issues of our present age.
- 5 Weekly Livestreams: Each week the class will gather live with Dr. Pugh, Dr. Fuller, and one of the featured scholars to unpack the lecture and dig deeper into Bonhoeffer’s writings.
- Online Learning Community: Everyone will be invited to join the private online group to connect with other nerds and have access to everything in Audio/Video on the class resource page.
Why does a theologian like Dietrich Bonhoeffer still excite our theological imagination? What is it about his work in a different era that still engages some of the most cutting edge theological work done today?
Join us for the new Homebrewed Christianity class, “Bonhoeffer and the Future of Faith” as we listen to and learn from internationally known scholars working in areas such as climate change, prison reform, racial tensions, pastoral care, and Christian Nationalism. These scholars, generations removed from Bonhoeffer’s day, find inspiration in him for the continuing task of theology to interpret and respond to global challenges in our day. Together this class will think about Bonhoeffer’s enduring question to the church of his day, “What is Christianity for us today?” How we are responding in our time to this question will determine the shape of faith for our day and beyond.