Lectures with Sarah Coakley

Lectures with Sarah Coakley

By Sarah Coakley
Recordings of lectures by the Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley, formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. Lectures are largely from Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes' School of Theology and Prayer.
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Ascension: What Does It Mean For Us That "Christ Ascended Into Heaven"?

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Trinity Sunday: The Doctrine of the Trinity: What does it Mean and Why do We Need It?
The fourth session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington DC. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
59:24
June 10, 2020
Pentecost: The Coming of the Spirit: What sort of “Interruption”?
The third session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington DC. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
1:00:20
June 3, 2020
Ascension: What Does It Mean For Us That "Christ Ascended Into Heaven"?
The second session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence. Professor William Werpehowski, Chair of the Department of Theology, and McDevitt Chair in Catholic Theology at Georgetown University. 
1:01:11
May 27, 2020
Eastertide: Resurrection: How Can I Believe in it?
The first session of the Eastertide 2020 series held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. We had some issues with audio during the first 20 minutes or so. There may be some moments where a word or phrase is unclear, particularly between 15-17 minutes in.  Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
1:01:02
May 18, 2020
Lent: Paul on the Death of Christ and our "Justification"
The third session of ‘Challenging themes for Lent’, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Taught by: Dr. A. Katherine Grieb, Meade Professor of Biblical Interpretation at Virginia Theological Seminary.  Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
55:16
April 3, 2020
Lent: How does Christ Save? Varieties of Theories of Atonement
The second session of ‘Challenging themes for Lent’, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C..  Taught by: Dr. Nicholas Lombardo, OP. Dominican House of Studies and Faculty of Theology, Catholic University of America.  Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
59:40
April 3, 2020
Lent: Incarnation and Passion with Rowan Williams
The first session of ‘Challenging themes for Lent’, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams responds to questions from Sarah Coakley as he discusses his book Christ the Heart of Creation (2018).  Taught by: +Rowan Williams is the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury and now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge.  Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
58:50
March 20, 2020
Epiphany: Prayer as Struggle and Temptation
The second of two Epiphany sessions on prayer, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C.. In this session, we turn to the issue of temptation and disturbance in prayer, and to the ordering of desires that prayer engenders. We will focus on the gospel Temptation narratives (in anticipation of Lent), and on Paul's extraordinary discussion of Christian prayer in Romans 8. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
38:53
March 20, 2020
Epiphany: Why should we pray and what is prayer for?
The first of two Epiphany sessions on prayer, held at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
47:27
March 3, 2020
Challenging Themes for Advent: Hope
The fourth session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by: Dr. David Elliot. Elliot is an Assistant Professor of Moral Theology/Ethics at Catholic University of America, and is author of the book Hope and Christian Ethics (Cambridge, 2017). Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
49:18
January 19, 2020
Challenging Themes for Advent: Repentance and Confession
The third session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by: Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and St. Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence. Father Dominique Peridans. Formerly a member of the L'Arche community and the Congregation of St. Jean, Peridans is rector of Ascension and St. Agnes.
58:48
January 19, 2020
Challenging Themes for Advent: Divine Judgement
The second session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by the Rev. Dr. Katherine Sonderegger. Sonderegger holds the William Meade Chair in Systematic Theology at Virginia Theological Seminary.
47:44
January 19, 2020
Challenging Themes for Advent: Incarnation
The first session of Challenging Themes for Advent at the School of Theology and Prayer, at Church of the Ascension and Saint Agnes in Washington D.C. Taught by Rev'd Professor Sarah Coakley. Coakley was formerly Norris-Hulse Professor at the University of Cambridge. She has recently joined the Episcopal Parish of Ascension and S Agnes as an assisting priest and theologian-in-residence.
55:48
January 19, 2020