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September 2017
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We The People: Moving Beyond Left & Right in a Divided World

September 5, 2017   |   7:00-8:30 PM    |    Bozeman Public Library    |    Bozeman, MT

After the contentious 2016-2017 election cycle, many in our culture are asking the question, “what must US citizens do to move beyond the current political polarization to a healthier understanding of dialogue, citizenship and community?” Yellowstone Theological Institute’s Local Community Learning Initiative takes on this question with a roundtable discussion between several important community voices. This event is open to the public and free of charge. Roundtable Discussion Featuring: KIAH ABBEY Deputy Director,Forward Montana “Young Voters and the Conversation” CHRIS…


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Christianity and Our Earth

September 13, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Bozeman Public Library    |    Bozeman, MT

Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this 10-week fall seminar addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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2017 Convocation

September 19, 2017   |   10:15-11:00 AM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

On Tuesday, Sept. 19, Yellowstone Theological Institute (YTI) will hold its inaugural convocation, and we’d like to invite you to be our guest as YTI celebrates the beginning of its Master of Divinity program. YTI is the first theological graduate school native to Bozeman, and this occasion marks YTI’s first class of graduate students who have begun their coursework to earn their Master of Divinity degrees. The convocation will be held at the Grand Avenue Christian Church, 110 S. Grand…


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Wonderment and the World – Week 2

September 20, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

St. Francis: The Saint Who Loved Animals Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this 10-week fall seminar addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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Wonderment and the World – Week 3

September 27, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

St. Francis: Brother Sun, Sister Moon Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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October 2017
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Wonderment and the World – Week 4

October 4, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Religious Field Studies and the Advent of the Pastor Naturalist Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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Wonderment and the World – Week 5

October 11, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Religious Field Studies and the Advent of the Pastor Naturalist Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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Classes [Masters/Diploma] 

Basic Church Care: Counsel & Conflict

October 16-20, 2017   |   9:00 AM-12:00 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

MIN 200 covers basic approaches to pastoral care, as well as limited approaches to counseling and an approach to identifying and dealing with church conflict. The student will learn to appreciate the function of pastoral care as an aspect of leadership in the local church.


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New Testament: The Gospels/Life of Christ

October 16-19, 2017   |   6:00-10:00 PM*    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

The New Testament continues and consummates the drama begun in the Old Testament. In particular, it focuses on Jesus of Nazareth as the solution to the cosmic problem originating in Genesis 3. This course focuses on the person, work, and teaching of Jesus provided for us in the four Gospels.

*Class ends at 9:00 PM on Thursday, October 19
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Wonderment and the World – Week 6

October 18, 2017   |   6:00-7:30 PM    |    Grand Avenue Christian Church    |    Bozeman, MT

Charles Darwin: The Scientist Who Dared to Say That Humans Are Apes Join Dr. Betsy Gaines Quammen, Professor of World Religions and Culture, for this fall seminar series addressing the historical and current relationship between Christianity and our natural world.


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