Theology Day

Theology Day is a chance for people in our communities who are seeking a deeper understanding of their faith and its place in their everyday lives to learn from and interact with the theologians of Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary. It offers a chance for these scholars to gain insights and grow in their faith, as well.

A typical Theology Day consists of registration and refreshments, followed by a period of conversation/presentation/lecture. The conversation then continues as participants are given a chance to continue their discussions with one another. Morning presentations are followed by a complimentary lunch for all participants, and most evening sessions also include a meal.

There is no fee for Theology Day, but registration is required. Free-will offerings and gifts to support the mission of the School of Theology and Seminary are gratefully accepted.

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2017-2018 Theology Day

Marriage and Divorce: Insights into the Tradition

Presenter: Kari-Shane Davis Zimmerman, Ph.D.

Dates and Times: 

  • April 13th, 8:30 am-1:00 pm - Emmaus Hall, Saint John's University

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Jesus in the Gospels: Why the Search for the Historical Jesus Makes No Sense for Catholics (and other Christians)

Presenter: Deacon Charles Bobertz, Ph.D.

Dates and Times:

  • April 17th, 6:00 pm-9:00 pm - Church of Saint Mary, Alexandria, MN
  • April 27th, 8:30 am-1:00 pm - Emmaus Hall, Saint John's University

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Is ISIS Islamic?

All of Noreen Herzfeld's presentations are completed for the year.

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Pope Francis, the Reformation, and the Spiritual Works of Ecumenism

All of Shawn Colberg's presentations are completed for the year.

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 Discernment and Self-honesty: Wisdom from the Benedictines

 

Presenter: Rebecca Van Ness, M.A.

Although all of Rebecca's presentions are completed, you can still access a recording of her talk by following the below link:

Discernment and Self-honesty: Wisdom from the Benedictines

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