sacraments and sacramentality
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A course by Michael Driscoll at the University of Notre Dame "is a comprehensive understanding of the nature and development of the Christian Eucharist . . . from an historical perspective . . . (and) theological reflection."
A 2013 course by Scott Swain at Reformed Theological Seminary treats the doctrines of the church and the sacraments.
A 2013 course by Shannon McAlister at Fordham University on the "experience [of] the divine in and through corporeality."
A 2014 course by Ruth Duck at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary "is designed to enable students to analyze, plan, and lead Christian worship with pastoral and theological integrity, and to understand denominational, cultural, and local church traditions in larger ecumenical and historical contexts."
A 2014 course by Ron Anderson at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary asks "What is a sacrament? What does a sacrament do? For whom? How do sacramental theologies interact with or reflect other theological concerns, e.g., creation, Christology, pneumatology, and ecclesiology?"