Friday, August 18, 2017

Mimesis Academy

Mimesis_logo_horz Mimetic Theology with Andre and Mary-Anne Rabe. A one year program drawing from cutting edge research in psychology, anthropology, philosophy and theology, consisting of six courses. Learn more about each course below. They can be taken individually or as a complete unit. Personally I suggest the complete unit, there is also a discount on the combined route.

Increase your reading speed

Reading more and with greater comprehension is sometimes a scary thought, I know it was for me. Andre has put together a video which...

Testimonial and Introduction – Mimesis Academy, Mimetic Theology

In the process of doing this Girardian inspired course and if I get the chance will redo it ;-) It's Awesomeness!! If any of you want to experience...

Complete Course – Mimetic Theology Program

In Progress! Intakes for 2017, please contact the Mimesis Academy administration. A one year program drawing from cutting edge research in theology, psychology, anthropology, and philosophy, consisting...

Course 1 – Desire and Mimesis

Exploring the unconscious movements that form our sense of ‘self’ and the mechanism of desire. http://www.mimesis.academy/courses/desire-and-mimesis/ Why start this program, a program that deals with...

Course 2 – Scripture and Myth

The intention of this course is to help us understand the relationship between scripture and myth and why that is relevant to us today....

Course 3 – Symbolism of Evil

Exposing the structure of evil and the development of its symbolism. Moving beyond mythical and abstract descriptions of evil. What is evil? Answers to this question...

Course 4 – Idols and Icons

God and concepts of God are not the same. When this distinction is not recognized it is easy for our concepts to become idols...

Course 5 – Jesus Christ

What makes Jesus Christ uniquely significant in history, relevant in our present world and a living hope for the future of humanity. Jesus’ story summarizes...

Course 6 – Mimetic Atonement

In this course the intention is to take all we have examined so far and starting from the most basic assumptions, build a vision of...