Walk with Archbishop Tutu South African Travel Seminar Course
January 11-18, 2017 Cape Town, South Africa $2500.00 All are welcome to participate. Clergy may be eligible for continuing education credit. Space is limited. Students may earn course credit for this travel seminar.
The General Theological Seminary and the Desmond Tutu Center present a Travel Seminar to train seminarians, clergy, and laity to spread the good news about one of the best missions coming out of the leadership of the Anglican Communion in the 20th and 21st centuries: A Christian Spirituality of Restorative Justice. The content of the Travel Seminar focuses on both how Desmond Tutu’s witness of restorative justice and his theological concept of Ubuntu provide tools for evangelism for the 21st century.
This travel seminar course will be taught by Prof. Michael Battle, Herbert Thompson Chair of Church and Society at The General Theological Seminary and Director of the Desmond Tutu Center.
Included: • Accommodations • Breakfast and dinner daily • Sightseeing and touring as per itinerary • Lectures • Meeting with local church leaders and much more
Airfare: • Responsibility of participant. Fares can be relatively inexpensive if purchased in advance.
For more information contact: Prof. Michael Battle The General Theological Seminary 440 West 21st Street New York, NY 10011
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