New Online Courses/Webinars Added (Sept 30, 2015)

We’ve added new online course and online webinars to our SSOL Catalog!   Check out these great offerings and click on any title to learn more!

Advent Reflection Series (Metropolitan Community Churches)
Ancient Israel by Daniel Fleming (New York University)
Basics for Christian Educators (United Church of Christ)
Biblical Interpretation: An Ancient Text for Today’s World (Pacific School of Religion)
Cancer Care Ministry: Compassion and Companionship (United Church of Christ)
Human Rights: The Right to Freedom of Expression (Amnesty International)
Human Sexuality: Histories, Theologies and Politics of the Flesh (Pacific School of Religion)
Jews and Christians throughout History (University of Notre Dame)
Justice (Harvard University)
Mastering the Art of Resilience (Spirituality & Practice)
Parish/Faith Community Nursing Health Ministry (United Church of Christ)
Practicing Spirituality with Brian McLaren (Spirituality & Practice)
Practicing Spirituality with Henri J. M. Nouwen (Spirituality & Practice)
Practicing Spirituality with His Holiness the Dalai Lama (Spirituality & Practice)
Practicing Spirituality with Jesus (Spirituality & Practice)
Practicing Spirituality with Joan Chittister (Spirituality & Practice)
Practicing Spirituality with Rumi (Spirituality & Practice)
Practicing Spirituality with Sharon Salzberg (Spirituality & Practice)
Praying for Justice and Peace (Spirituality & Practice)
Science, Magic and Religion: Antiquity to the Present (University of California, Los Angeles)
The Essence of the Quran (Spirituality & Practice)
The Grace of Advent (Spirituality & Practice)
The Hebrew Bible (Harvard University)
The Hebrew Scriptures in Judaism and Christianity (Harvard University)
The Journey of the Soul in the Teachings of Rumi (Spirituality & Practice)
The Wisdom of the Rebbes (Spirituality & Practice)
UMOJA: The Bible, Sexuality & Gender for African-American Faith Communities
You Can Lead an Adult Study! (United Church of Christ)

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