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February & August 2022, 1.5 credit hours
This course introduces students to The Chaplaincy Institute’s core philosophy and foundation for spiritual care and ministry. A range of teachers will present and discuss perspectives such as: mysticism and why it matters; eco-spirituality; culturally inclusive spiritual spaces; the interfaith path of ministry; spirituality beyond religion; and spiritual care as if oppression matters.
* This course is required for all Interfaith Chaplaincy students but also open to others. There is additional online study required for completion of this course.