In this seminar we will discuss the Fourth Gospel in detail in its literary, social and cultural contexts using the exegetical techniques and hermeneutical theory that have been discussed in the 500 and 600 level classes. We will also explore the many unique dimensions of...

The purpose is to explore teaching and learning in faith community contexts in a post-Christendom, globalizing era. Students will develop a clear theology and philosophy of transformative education and leadership, a good understanding of personal leadership and teaching styles, and a personal understanding of vocation...

This course examines the social, civic, and theological implications of America's "lively experiment" with religious diversity, paying special attention to developments since the 1960s, including immigration trends and new religious movements. No prerequisite. 3 credit hours....

***This an online course means that you can participate at the time of day that works best for your schedule. Course materials will become available at Noon Central on the start day, and you should plan to spend an hour or two (whenever you choose)...

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...

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