Category Archives: Curriculum

Resources for Including People with Intellectual Disabilities

On March 26, Dr. Ralph Honderd gave a forum at VTS on ministry with people with intellectual disabilities. This is an area of our ministry of welcome in which so many churches have significant room for improvement. The good news … Continue reading

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Preliminary Thoughts on “Fixing Adult Formation”

Derek Olsen, one of the more interesting Daily Episcopalian columnists at Episcopal Café, wrote an article a couple of days back about the power of the Internet to be part of the solution to the challenge of Fixing Adult Formation. … Continue reading

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Course Preview, Part 5 — “‘Into a wider world’: Conversations between science and religion”

We wrapped up our pilot offering of the science and theology course on Tuesday, so once again we have some more slide and handout resources to share with you in addition to some content from the final core lesson of … Continue reading

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Course Preview, Part 4 — “‘Into a wider world’: Conversations between science and religion”

Last night our pilot group gathered for the second session of its romp through our course on science and religion. We worked through the material of Lesson 3: Evolution and creation theology | “I am marvelously made.” This material is more challenging … Continue reading

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Exciting Announcement + Course Preview, Part 3 — “‘Into a wider world’: Conversations between science and religion”

Tonight, our course on science and theology is going to be taught to an in-person audience for the first time! Because we need to teach the five-session course in just three evenings, we’ve assigned the course introduction as preparatory online … Continue reading

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Stand-alone Lesson: “ADVENT Collects”

Many of us who routinely make presentation slides are frustrated by the conventional and intrinsic limitations of the software available to us (see, for example, Edward Tufte’s now-classic critique The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint). One particularly exciting development in this … Continue reading

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Resource Review: Einstein’s God: Science, Faith and the Life of Wonder

Like the excellent Lutheran site feautor.org, part of the goal of Into All The WWWorld is to help Christian educators take advantage of the many fine formation materials that get produced by seminarians training for full-time ministry. Between field education … Continue reading

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Course Preview, Part 2 — “‘Into a wider world’: Conversations between science and religion”

Continuing with our preview of our course on science and theology, here’s a short excerpt from the introductory lesson: ************ Course introduction Where we’re coming from This course on science and religion was developed with funding from a group within the Episcopal Church … Continue reading

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Course Preview, Part 1 — “‘Into a wider world’: Conversations between science and religion”

We’ve said that what makes Into All The WWWorld unique among Christian formation resource sites is our ability to host online courses using Moodle, an industry-standard educational software package. Our long-term hope is that Christian educators interested in sharing online course … Continue reading

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First Full Course Available for Beta Testing

This site is intended, among other things, to serve as a laboratory for Christian educators interested in trying out the best-available tools for online learning. We now have something of a demonstration piece available. The class “Into a wider world: … Continue reading

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