Weekend Intensive Courses

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Weekend intensives meet three weekends during the term,
Friday 2:00-9:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. each weekend.

 

SPRING 2014

 
Theopoetics, T 314 - W, Scott Holland 
 
Course Description coming soon!
 
History of Christianity II, H 102-W, Ken Rodgers 

The course continues the overview of the history of Christianity from the Reformation to the present. Topics of study include the Magisterial Reformation, the Radical Reformation, Roman Catholic reform, Protestant Orthodoxy, Pietism, and the Evangelical Awakening, the impact of Enlightenment rationalism, missionary expansion, Protestant liberalism and fundamentalism, the ecumenical movement, Christianity in developing countries and the Christian decline in the industrialized West. 3 semester hours.

Meditation as Social and Spiritual Practice, P 273 - W, Debbie Roberts 
 
Course Description coming soon! 
 
Brethren Beliefs and Practices T 207-W, Denise Kettering
 
This course examines major beliefs and doctrinal interpretations along with practices that shape the Church of the Brethren. The course will study Brethren beliefs and practices across the span of time, with reflection on historical theology and in ecumenical conversation with other interpretations of Christianity significant to the study. The course will engage students in discussing the present life and faith of the Church of the Brethren. 3 semester hours.
 
 
 

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