Academic Programs 
      

 

January Intersession and Winter/Spring 2008
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

Ministry to the Incarcerated: Responding to the Challenge NEW  (AM-659) with The Rev. Dr. Laurie Etter, C.S.M.


Winter/Spring 2007:

Cutting Edge Social Ministries: The Future of Community Witness (AM-636) CANCELLED

Pastoral Counseling and Congregational Leadership (AM-652) with Dr. Claire W. Bamberg

Doctor of Ministry Colleague Seminar I, Part II (DM-711) with James Nieman

Doctor of Ministry Colleague Seminar II, Part II (DM-721) with David Roozen

Ministry Project Colloquium (DM-795 – NON-CREDIT) with F. Maner Tyson

Theological Ethics and the Personal Life* (ET-545) with Heidi Gehman

Introduction to Islamic Law * (ET-640) ONLINE COURSE with Ingrid Mattson

Islam in Iraq, Pakistan and India* NEW (HI-636) with Ibrahim Abu-Rab

Women in 19th and 20th Century America: Religion and Reform* (HI-675) NEW with Mary Coleman

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

Introduction to Arabic Morphology and Syntax (LG-581)  with Steven Blackburn

Research Methodology and Scholarly Development II (PHD-701)

Religion as a Social Phenomenon: The Sociological Study of Religion* (RS-536) with Edward Waggoner

Women, Religion and the Future of USA Churches* (RS-661) ONLINE with Adair Lummis

Hebrew Bible Survey II* (SC-520) with Uriah Kim

Concepts of the Afterlife in the Qur’an and Hadith* (SC-623) NEW with Jane Smith

Contextual Interpretation of the Bible (SC-642) NEW with Uriah Kim

Pastoral Reading of Paul’s Letters* (SC-648) NEW with Efrain Agosto

Modern Theology* (TH-541) with Kelton Cobb

Religion, Conflict and Peacemaking (TH-648) with Yehezkel Landau

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

The Essential Writings of Howard Thurman* (WS-627) with Benjamin Watts

Brazil: Reconciliation, Ecology and the Quest for Sustainable Development (TS-653) NEW with Robert Evans

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