Christian theologies have traditionally focused on time: creation, incarnation, second coming have all been plotted on a temporal axis. Place has received secondary importance and reduced to the status of backdrop/stage for what is truly important, namely history. This course examines a range of resources, Christian and indigenous, to grant to place to a new centrality in theology. 

Note: Part of the five-year Insight Project covering various topics. This year’s theme is “The Meaning of Place.” May be repeated with different topics. Identical to TS 302.