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  • Faculties Convocation Monday, Sept. 23 at PFIC

    "The Role of Faith in Theological Education"

    September 23, 2019
    5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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    Faculty members of all Consortium Schools and the teaching staff of our Associates/Affiliates are invited to the

    47th Annual Faculties’ Convocation on
    The Role of Faith in Theological Education

    Is theological education distinct from religious studies approaches, and if so, how?  Some schools assign faith formation and spirituality to specialized courses or programs, others specialize in communal approaches through worship and conversations, others still integrate faith formation as part and parcel of intellectual, spiritual, and pastoral formation.  Indeed, what is faith?  A personal commitment to Jesus Christ?, a deep understanding of Scripture and doctrine?, an ecclesial commitment to liturgy, spiritual practice, and learning?

    Hear from these experienced faculty members on distinct approaches to the challenge, and dialogue with them.

     

    Dr. Daniel Carro, Philosophy and Pastoral Theology, John Leland Center for Theological Studies

     

     

     

    Dr. Barbara Fears, Religious Education, Howard University School of Divinity.

     

     

     

    Dr. Mark Vitalis-Hoffman, New Testament  United Lutheran Seminary

     

     

     

    Dr. Chad Pecknold, Systematic Theology, Catholic University of America, School of Theology and Religious Studies

     

     

     

    Emily Peck-McClain, Christian Formation, Wesley Theological Seminary

     

     

     

    Also join other faculty members to discuss plans for Faculty Disciplinary and Interest groups to meet during the year.

    Worship, Panel, Discussion, Faculty Groups and Reception

    Please RSVP with your Dean or below


    This event has ended. Thank you for your interest.


    Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception
    at the Dominican House of Studies
    487 Michigan Avenue NE
    Washington, DC 20017
    (free parking on sides and rear of building)