The Master of Divinity. is Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's central degree, and assists students in meeting ordination requirements within their denomination or church body. The purpose of the degree is to provide leadership for the worldwide church by educating women and men in the classic disciplines...

Learn to lead with the online Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL). The MACL program combines substantial biblical and theological learning with flexible leadership training for diverse roles and callings found both inside and outside of the church. Designed with the working professional in...

Join us this Lent for a six week course in which participants will explore the practice of spiritual journaling as they share their experiences with others involved in the practice. The course is based on the Upper Room book Journaling: A Spiritual Journey by Anne Broyles who...

Must we reject belief in God to accept the findings of science? Dr. Francis S. Collins, Director of the National Institutes of Health, hosts this ground-breaking series in which several leading scientists, theologians, and philosophers explore the contrasts and similarities between religion and science. This group...

A study of the theological bases for Christian ethical thought and action, including consideration of both historical and contemporary varieties of interpretation. No prerequisite. 3 credit hours....

This course will help students to understand the current world’s ecological crisis and the ways in which Christianity has responded to this reality, theologically and ethically. By engaging with scholars from different fields of expertise, students will have the opportunity to develop their own ecotheological...

This courses offers student the opportunity to research, analyze, and evaluate varied responses of Christian individuals, communities, and institutions to war. We will do that through an intensive examination of one specific war, which will serve as a semester-long case study. We will explore such...

An examination of the nature, problems, and limitations of theology. Historic approaches and current challenges will be considered in a critical examination of such problems as religious knowledge, authority, the development of doctrine, historical-cultural relativity, and the nature of theological truth. No prerequisite....