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Chaplain P.T. Wilson to Teach Course in the Community

Chaplain P.T. Wilson to Teach Course in the Community

March 5, 2009

PT Wilson.jpgMarch 5, 2009, Greencastle, Ind. — Paul "P.T." Wilson, DePauw's University chaplain and senior pastor at Gobin Memorial United Methodist Church, will teach a spring course for Horizons of Putnam County. "Horizons, now in its 14th year, is a not-for-profit organization supported by the Putnam County Public Library, the local Kiwanis and several area churches," notes a story in Greencastle's Banner-Graphic.

It adds, "Instructors come from the community. Some are professional teachers, but most are not. They take part in the programs because of their own enthusiasm for their subjects and their desires to convey that enjoyment to others."

Dr. Wilson's course is entitled, "Native American Spiritualities Through a Christian Lens." According to the newspaper, it "will explore basic ideas found throughout most Native American spiritualities. The courses will focus on Native American spiritualities before the Western European occupation and changes in such spiritualities and attempts to survive and come to terms with the occupation."

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Another story on Reverend Wilson can be found here.