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Columbia Offering History of Western Spirituality Course, April 26 - May 1


Decatur, GA— Church historian Catherine G. González will lead a course on Western Spirituality, April 26-May 1, 2009, at Columbia Theological Seminary. González, who retired from the seminary’s faculty in 2002, is the author of Leo and Gregory: Shapers of the Church, and with Justo González, her husband, the co-author of The Liberating Church. Participants will study practices at the center of faith and the renewal of Christian life through the centuries. After an examination of the early period, the focus will be on the Protestant and Roman Catholic churches. This is a foundational course in Columbia’s Certificate in Spiritual Formation program. Program fee is $350 ($250 for certificate program graduates) and does not include meals or lodging. Register online at Scroll down to the date of the event. Then click on “Register Here.” After registration, please contact for the reading assignment. CEU credit is available for this course. Columbia Theological Seminary, located in Decatur, GA, was established in 1828 and is one of 10 theological institutions of the Presbyterian Church (USA). 

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