The Doctor of Ministry cohort in Incarnational Spirituality and Theology with Tony Jones will feature a variety of different learning environments and structures that will allow the students to engage spirituality and theology conceptually and practically.
Apply to join this cohort by February 10, 2015!
*A limited number of competitive spaces will be reserved for students pursuing a non-degree Advanced Diploma of Ministry Leadership (ADML). For more information on the ADML experience for this cohort, visit the ADML webpage or contact our office.
Year One (May 11-20, 2015, Los Angeles)
The History and Theology of Christian Spirituality
Tony Jones with Phyllis Tickle
By surveying the history, practice, and traditions of Christian Spirituality, students will begin their exploration of spirituality and the development of their theology of Christian spirituality.
Read an overview of Year 1 of this cohort from Fuller DMin student Carl Anderson.
Year Two (TBD 2016, Minnesota)
Christian Spirituality and the Doctrine of Creation
Tony Jones with Brian McLaren (tentative)
In the second year, the class will meet in Minnesota and explore the connection between Christianity spirituality and nature during a one-week trip into the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, with a special emphasis on Jürgen Moltmann’s theology of creation.
See a recap of the Year 2 cohort experience.
Year Three (TBD 2017, New York City)
The Spirituality of Creativity
Tony Jones with Lauren Winner
The nexus of Christian spirituality, creativity, and culture will be the theme of the third year, with a focus on cultural hermeneutics and explorations in literature, art, and film from a Christian perspective.
Tony Jones is an author, speaker, and theologian-in-residence at Solomon's Porch in Minneapolis. Tony is the author of many books on Christian ministry and spirituality, including The New Christians: Dispatches from the Emergent Frontier and The Sacred Way: Spiritual Practices for Everyday Life, and he is a sought after speaker and consultant in the areas of emerging church, postmodernism, and Christian spirituality. He co-owns a social media consulting and event planning company. Tony is married, has three children, and lives in Edina, Minnesota. In his spare time, he trains his yellow lab, Albert, and takes Albert hunting for ducks, grouse, and pheasants.
Contact the DMin office for more information on applying to this cohort!