MA Christian Spirituality East and West

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Introduction

Join a lively debate on the meaning and the role of spirituality, in Christian traditions as well as in today’s multicultural and multi-religious world. This Masters course is taught by Cambridge Theological Federation, and accredited by ARU.

On this course, you'll be supported to:

  • progress in critical understanding and knowledge of aspects of the Christian spiritual traditions
  • explore and evaluate contemporary manifestations of Christian spiritual belief and practice
  • develop a critical understanding of the human condition as it shapes different approaches to Christian spirituality
  • relate the discourse of spirituality to a wide range of contemporary personal, professional and vocational questions
  • undertake a detailed exploration of some issues of significance in the contemporary context.

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Be a part of our learning community

Study with Cambridge Theological Foundation and:

  • join one of our denominational Houses, gaining support from others in your tradition and creating networks for life
  • meet students and teachers from a wide range of traditions
  • access resources from the theological libraries of our member institutions
  • learn flexibly: our courses are offered in Cambridge, or by distance learning.

Careers

Following the course, our hope is that you will be able to contribute to social transformation through continued critical reflection and engagement with personal, organisational, and public values and ethics.

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Cambridge Theological Foundation

Cambridge Theological Federation is an ecumenical partnership of twelve institutions, with students from 30 different countries. It is based in the centre of Cambridge, and offers postgraduate courses in person or by distance learning.

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