03 Jan ASR 420 Summative Seminar

ASR 420 Summative Seminar

Saint Paul School of Theology
Completion Time: Spring Semester 2019
Tuition: $637 per credit hour plus student fees
Instructor(s): Dr. Nancy Howell
Contact Info: Shannon Hancock

Class Description

The Summative Seminar is an intensive engagement with theology and ministry designed to help students develop their ability to integrate theory and practice. In this class students articulate their theology in relation to their ministry setting or intended ministry setting. This course is designed to help students prepare for ordination/commissioning processes. Each version of the Summative Seminar course attends to a particular doctrine in conversation with one of the following curricular area: leadership, pastoral care, preaching, worship, evangelism, Christian religious education, church and society, or spiritual formation.

 

For more information on Saint Paul School of Theology, visit www.spst.edu or contact admissions at (913) 725-8289 or admiss@spst.edu

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