An examination of the stories of women mystics, activists and visionaries in the Christian tradition.

This course offers an introduction to sacred wells and monastic sites in Ireland and Wales associated with the holy feminine and presents an overview of the theological underpinnings of Celtic Christian spirituality.

This course invites creative thought and theological analysis of the priesthood as a discipleship of equals.

A study of the growth of Christianity from a persecuted sect of Judaism to the establishment of Christianity as the approved religion of the Roman Empire in the fourth century and its expansion to whole Roman Empire and the Far East including its engagement with Islam beginning in the seventh and eighth century.

This will be a directed study of Sufism as it developed in Middle Ages