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Episcopal Divinity School Distributed Learning Option

Distributive Faith Formation for Community Members

  • The LOGOS project is a free video series presenting global faith leaders offering their expertise on theological, practical and spiritual subjects.  Launched by The Episcopal Diocese of Texas at Diocesan Council in 2013, this video series was inspired by “TED Talks.”
  • ChurchNext Courses for individuals and/or congregations to learn about Scripture, liturgy, and Christian topics.  Can be used to create an online parish “school” for adult faith formation.
  • My Faith My Life online curriculm integrated with Father Matthew Presents 
  • Trinity Wall Street – Webcasts
  • Art/y/fact.Xn Mobile Ap –  offers interpretive tools for artworks about Jesus, Mary, other figures and stories from the Bible, Saints, Angels and Demons. The 100+ articles about themes common in Christian art include Basic Info, a list of What to Look For, and questions that guide General, Personal, and Historical Interpretations of the artworks.

Seminary-based Theological Education and Online Courses

  • EfM – Education for Ministry – Seminary-based (Sewanee) Online Lay Formation with three kinds of course activity: individual reading and study, participation in weekly online seminar, and conversations via an online discussion board.
  • CALL – Center for Anglican Lifelong Learning – Seminary-based (Church Divinity School of the Pacific) Online and On-Campus formation for lay and ordained leaders.

Curated Sites

 Selected Theological Education Courses

Secular Distributive Learning Examples and Teacher Training Tools

MOOCs – Massive Open Online Courses