Academic Programs 
      

 

January Intersession and Winter/Spring 2007
Course Websites & Syllabi

Visit the following web pages for information on course meeting dates, faculty, and the syllabus.


January Intersession:

Building Abrahamic Partnerships (DI-650) with Yehezkel Landau

Realities of Chaplaincies in Various Settings  (AM-656) with Ahmed Nezar Kobeisy


Winter/Spring 2007:

American Religious History (HI-571) with Randall Balmer

Understanding Catholicism (TH-615) with Ian Markham

The Life of the Prophet Muhammad (HI-536) with Dr. Gazi Erdem

How We Speak Here: Preaching in Particular Places (AM-605) with James R. Nieman

Essential Skills in Pastoral Counseling and Ministry (AM-638)
with Benjamin K. Watts

Learning from Africa: Faith, Community and Family (DI-670) with Elizabeth Amoah

D.Min. Colleague Seminar I (DM-711) with Cynthia A. Woolever

D.Min. Colleague Seminar II (DM-721) with David Roozen

Theological Ethics and Public Life (ET-546) with Ian Markham

Islam in America and Western Europe (HI-665) with Jane I. Smith

Religion and Modernity: Christianity and Islam (HI-670)
with Ibrahim Abu-Rabi’

Introduction to New Testament Greek, Part II (LG-562) with Edward F. Duffy

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew, Part II (LG-571) with Uriah Kim

Introduction to Arabic Morphology and Syntax  (LG-581) with Maha Darawsha

Intermediate Arabic, Part II (LG-651) with Steven Blackburn

Research Methodology and Scholarly Development (PHD-701) with Heidi Gehman

The Religious Right: Evangelicalism’s Influence on 21st Century Religion (RS-639) with Scott Thumma

New Testament Survey (SC-531) with Edward F. Duffy

Readings in Arabic Religious Texts (SC-622) with Steven Blackburn

Job and Jonah: Suffering, Repentance and Spiritual Transformation (SC-626) withYehezkel Landau

David and His Supporting Cast (SC-633) with Uriah Kim

The Hardest Doctrines (TH-641) with Kelton Cobb

Women’s Leadership and Spirituality II  (WS-553) with Miriam Therese Winter

Maidservants of Allah: The Spirituality of Muslim Women (WS-630) with Ingrid Mattson

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