Ethics, Philosophy

Presence and Holiness of God

This item will be released September 11, 2022.

Taught by Ryan Hurd
Runs 9/26 – 12/10/22
$225.00 – $399.00

 

God is with us, and holy among us. This course will consider these two topics of presence and holiness, and what we mean when we speak about them in relation to God. We will not only give some understanding of these things in God, but also use presence and holiness as examples of the mode in which theology is done more broadly. We will also consider something of the development of these things in church tradition, as well as more recent explanations thereof.

 


 

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

Auditing ($225):

participate in readings and live class sessions, but no graded assignments and no course credit

Full course (Full-Time Discount) ($275):

for-credit courses (at least four per term) toward our Certificate or M.Litt in Classical Protestantism

Full course ($399):

individual classes on a for-credit basis; you can later apply them toward a Certificate or Degree

 

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Description

This Theology and Ethics course will be taught by Ryan Hurd, and will run from September 26th through December 10th. The syllabus is available here.

 

God is with us, and holy among us. This course will consider these two topics of presence and holiness, and what we mean when we speak about them in relation to God. We will not only give some understanding of these things in God, but also use presence and holiness as examples of the mode in which theology is done more broadly. We will also consider something of the development of these things in church tradition, as well as more recent explanations thereof.

Ryan Hurd is a systematic theologian whose area of expertise is doctrine of God, specifically the Trinity. His primary training is in the high medievals and early modern scholastics as well as the 20th century ressourcement movement. He has written a number of articles and regularly does translations of early modern theology sources; but his primary project is writing a systematics of the Trinity. He is currently a doctoral student at Theologische Universiteit Kampen.

 


 

Details

Online only, runs 10 weeks, meeting 2 hr./wk. via Zoom. Students will also have the option to participate in class discussion on the Davenant Common Room Discord server. Register to reserve your spot and schedule will be set after a poll of participating students; if the class time does not fit your schedule, you will be eligible for a full refund.

 

This is a graduate-level course. Although a BA is not a necessary pre-requisite for this course, students should come prepared to do graduate-level work.