Forgiveness in Pastoral Ministry Today
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Forgiveness In Pastoral Ministry Today
A module from the Durham University MA in Theology and Ministry
11-13 April & 4-6 July 2013 at St John’s College, Durham.
You are welcome to join this module without signing up to the full MA.
The module offers participants high quality validated teaching and enables them to examine the
current research on forgiveness and consider the implications for a Christian understanding of
forgiveness. It traces the development of Christian thinking about forgiveness from the period of the
New Testament onwards and explores how we might develop appropriate, wise and imaginative
applications of the principles of forgiveness to pastoral situations in ministry today.
Module teaching team
Revd Dr Anthony Bash
Dr. Anthony Bash is a Church of England priest and an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Theology and Religion at Durham University.
Anthony is author of Forgiveness and Christian Ethics and Just Forgiveness.
Canon Dr Stephen Cherry
Canon Dr Stephen Cherry is a Diocesan Canon of Durham Cathedral and Director of Ministerial Development and Parish Support. He leads the Diocesan Resource Team.
Stephen is author of Healing Agony.
For further information or to apply contact:
Cranmer Hall/Wesley Study Centre
St. John’s College, 3 South Bailey Durham DH1 3RJ Tel: 0191 334 3894