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Celtic Cross Marburg

 

May 2013

Travel Seminar: Iona, Scotland, I 203-T, Dawn Ottoni-Wilhelm

Course Description Coming Soon

JANUARY 2014

Interfaith Dialog TS 360-T, David Johns

This is an introduction to concepts and practices of world religions and to theological reflection upon the relationship of Christianity to other faith traditions. As such, the course will touch upon Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese traditions, Judaism, Islam, and primal traditions. There will be some introduction to how 

these faith traditions express themselves in the United States. 3 semester hours. 

MAY 2014

Intercultural Experience: Kenya I 203-T, Russell Haitch

Each year one or more travel seminars will be sponsored enabling participants to experience the life and culture of another people. Previous travel seminars have included Nigeria, Brazil, Latin America, France, Ireland, Italy, and the Mideast. 3 semester hours.

 

Course listings are subject to change.  Please be sure to check the Registrar's current course schedule
on the Seminary Academic Services website for possible additional courses or corrections.

Larry Taylor
(MDiv Connections)

LarryOriginally, I was ordained to ministry by the Lewiston Church of the Brethren (Minn.) and later went on to earn a PhD in psychology, and am now a third year Master of Divinity (MDiv) student at Bethany. Having been a church planter for several decades, a Bible college director for a half-dozen years, and a pastoral psychotherapist for a lengthy season, I felt attracted to explore the possibility of hospital chaplaincy because of the challenges afforded me in Bethany's ministry formation classes, which were the catalyst to deeper understanding, broader theological reflection, and openness to the call of God.