REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

2022 THEOLOGY & PEACE GATHERING

AT THE FRONTIERS OF MIMESIS & SPIRIT

NOVEMBER 14-17, SCARRITT BENNETT CENTER, NASHVILLE

Sessions and topics include:

  • REUNION DINNER, Monday night at Scarritt Bennett.
  • CINEMA DIVINA: RED JOAN (2018).
  • A discussion of JULIA ROBINSON MOORE’s “The Frontier of Race in Mimetic Theory: American Lynchings and Racial Violence.
  • A discussion of ANTHONY BARTLETT’S, Signs of Change: The Bible’s Evolution of Divine Nonviolence (2022).
  • REBECCA ADAMS’ reflection on RAYMUND SCHWAGER.
  • VISIT to THISTLE FARMS.
  • A FIELD TRIP to one of the historic sites in DOWNTOWN NASHVILLE.
  • An evening out at the HONKY TONKS on Broadway!
  • A session for sharing our individual and collective endeavors during the pandemic years.
  • WORSHIP SERVICE commemorating what we have lost and all we have yet to hope for.
  • A VISION SESSION: How do we, THEOLOGY & PEACE, being informed by RENÉ GIRARD‘s MIMETIC THEORY and inspired by the HOLY SPIRIT, envision our role amidst the crises of contagion gripping our planet?
  • MIND & BODY EXERCISE for relaxation and restoration.
  • DAILY CENTERING PRAYER.
  • ALL MEALS, Monday dinner through Thursday morning breakfast (except for dinner Wednesday night during our Honky Tonk excursion).

ALL SESSIONS & MEALS at SCARRITT BENNETT (online or in person): FREE! Made possible by a generous grant from RAVEN FOUNDATION.

OVERNIGHT LODGING at SCARRITT BENNET: $255 PAYABLE TO THEOLOGY & PEACE. Includes three nights in a private room that shares a bathroom with one adjoining room. (SEE PAYPAL BUTTON BELOW)

Those who would like to request a discount for lodging, please indicate this when you register below. Discounts will be awarded from the portion of the RAVEN grant that remains unused (only if a surplus remains).

The THEOLOGY & PEACE GATHERING starts with dinner Monday evening and concludes Thursday at noon.

REGISTER HERE!

OVERNIGHT LODGING

$255.00

QUESTIONS? Email Sue Wright at swright14620@yahoo.com

About Sue Wright

I use Rene Girard's mimetic theory to read comics. It's amazing what comes to light. Comics are far richer than I ever realized.
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