Social Justice

Social Justice

During this course you will explore the concepts of Christian social justice from theological, biblical and practical perspectives.

You will gain a deeper understanding of the complex world we live in, including its many injustices, and encourages you to engage in transformation and justice in your community as part of being a Christian witness.

Times and Dates

  • Every Tuesday from 29th September – 15 December, 2020. 9:15am – 10:55am
  • No classes on the 3rd November for Reading & Research Week


£90 For the joy of learning (Audit- no coursework, just participate in the class).

£360 Including coursework and credit

£225 Taster Unit including coursework and credit

Location This class will be run online through videoconferencing

Course Code ST6305 (Undergraduate)

Course Lecturer Deirdre Brower Latz & Paul Keeble

Deirdre is passionate about the churches engagement with poverty as an issue of justice and faith. She is a writer for Preachers’ Magazine, Holiness Today and has various chapters published in a range of books.  Alongside leading NTC, Deirdre is especially interested in teaching and exploring issues relating to Urban Mission and Ministry, Wesley, Wesleyan theology, contextual and practical theology. “I love thinking alongside others and engaging in the area of social justice: exploring theology, hospitality, mission as justice, engaging with poverty and deepening our call to be fully Christ-like in relation to others”.

Paul and his wife Judith live in the inner-south part of Manchester. His Urban Presence role has included work with Urban Action Manchester, M13 Youth Project, Network, ChangeMakers, Prayer Network, Image, Barnabus, Gather, Mosaic Justice Network and a number of local churches. In 2002 he helped set up community organisation ‘Carisma’, a grass-roots response to the gang violence issue in the inner-south area. In 2013 he completed an MPhil degree, ‘Mission-With’, researching aspects of mission in the urban context. A Mission-With book was published in 2017. In 2015 he became a trustee of the Movement for Justice and Reconciliation (MJR), a new national charity.

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