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Academic Research and Writing

I 311
Introductory and Foundational
F:
M 6:00-9:000pm

Academic Writing

MNST 6105
The Nature and Practice of Ministry

Improve ability to write clearly and effectively in seminary classroom and ministry venues. Includes appropriate topics, research, organization/prewriting, composition, revising and editing. Also critical thinking, logic and analyzing assignments.

F:
Online
S:
TBD

Addictions and Modes of Therapy

474-001
Pastoral Care

Session A: First 6-week session 5/20/2019-6/28/2019 

Su:
T 900a-400p

Advanced Arabic Readings

RHTH 500
History of Particular Traditions
F:
R 930-1050

Advanced Greek Readings

RHS 501
New Testament Greek
F:
W 930-1050
S:
W 930-1050

Advanced Human Relations Skills

501-001
Ministry Studies
F:
001) T 415-645; 002) online
S:
T 415-645p

Advanced Seminar in Religion and Science

CC/RHTH 601
Topics in Theology
F:
M 630-930PM

African American Pastoral Psychology

LM 335
Pastoral Care

We will consider the African American approach to human nature, personality, theory and key concepts. Biblical texts will be woven with the psychological theories to encourage a pastoral approach to psychotherapy.

S:
W 9-12

African American Religious Leadership

HIST 660
American Church History

Black religious experience from African roots through the theological, institutional, and social expressions in the U.S. Field experiences in African American churches.

S:
T 630-930

American Catholics and Political Life

CH646
History of Particular Traditions

Although the United States has the principle of separation of Church and state, American Catholics have always been involved in the political life of the nation. This course examines some of the pertinent church/state questions from the Civil War to Vatican II. Topics discussed include public education, the American Protective Association, the Spanish American War, the German question during World War I, the presidential campaign of Al Smith, Reverend Charles Coughlin, Catholics and McCarthy, and the 1960’s civil rights movement.

S:
TBA