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Susquehanna Valley Ministry Center Courses

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These courses are offered by Bethany and hosted by the
Susquehanna Valley Ministry Center, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania.

To receive graduate credit, students must be enrolled at Bethany.
 

FALL 2015

 

Brethren Beliefs and Practices
Taught by Denise Kettering-Lane at Elizabethtown College

September 11-12, October 2-3, November 5-6
Fridays 2:00-10:00 p.m. and Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

This course explores the range of beliefs and practices vital to the Church of the Brethren and related denominations across three centuries, and seeks to understand how beliefs and practices inform one another. It aims to prepare students to explain the distinctive Brethren witness to today’s congregations and to be able to address the present postmodern context grounded in knowledge of the tradition.
**Please be aware that this is a theology course and does not fulfill ordination requirements for a course dedicated to Church of the Brethren history or polity.

 

New Testament Foundation of Ministry
Taught by Dan Ulrich at Juniata College

September 11-12, October 2-3, November 5-6
Fridays 2:00-10:00 p.m. and Saturdays 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

This seminar invites students to examine and develop their theology of ministry in light of some of the ways ministry is understood in the New Testament. While exploring a range of New Testament texts, students will practice interpretive methods that are both enlightening and feasible in the context of a busy ministry setting.
 

Courses can be taken for 3.0 graduate credits or audited for 3.0 CEUs.

 


Course listings are subject to change.  Check the current course schedule on the Seminary Academic Services website for possible additional courses or corrections.

 

Josh Brockway
Master of Theology '04

JoshWhen I say I've attended seminary, the conversation quickly diverts, "So where are you pastoring?" To which I reply, "Well, I'm not serving a congregation, I'm getting my PhD." I'm sure that most persons attending seminary will be asked that same question regardless of his/her vocational goals. The truth is that anyone can attend Bethany: minister-in-training, curious Christians, and yes, even those who plan to pursue doctoral study.