27th July - 29th July 2018
Virtually all of the world’s great religions have endorsed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Within the various Christian traditions, affirmations are commonplace, but what is it that Christians see when they engage with the Declaration through a Christ-centered lens? This course will explore the affirmation of dignity, community, and right relationship in the Declaration and question how its principles apply within the church. A goal of the weekend will be the cooperative creation of a PowerPoint presentation on human rights suitable for use in Christian education settings.
Donn Mitchell teaches at Berkeley College in New York and has taught at Princeton Theological Seminary. He formerly headed the Fellows Program at the Episcopal Church Foundation. He is the author of Tread the City’s Streets Again: The Theology and Vocation of Frances Perkins and serves as editor of The Anglican Examiner, a religion and public affairs website. Donn’s work has appeared in the Anglican Theological Review, the Christian Century and elsewhere. He has been an activist on behalf of the environment, LGBT rights, and the labor movement.
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Residential prices start from £230, non-residential from £160. Discount rates for clergy and students apply.
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