Intersession Courses

Leadership Development   [LEAD 0510]
 Tuesday January 2, 2018 to Saturday January 6, 2018
 Faculty: Dr. Clint Mix

Seeks to develop biblical-theological, historical and cultural understandings of leadership in the church, ministry organizations, and the marketplace.  Students will gain insight into their leadership potential, gifts, values, preferences, style, and skill levels.  They will grow in the ability...

Life and Thought of Dietrich Bonhoeffer   [THEO 0670]
 Tuesday January 2, 2018 to Saturday January 6, 2018
 Faculty: Dr. Robert Dean

Dietrich Bonhoeffer is one of the most recognizable Christian names of the 20th century.  His courageous witness in the face of the horrors of the Nazi regime, coupled with his ability to articulate compelling turns of phrase and author works of penetrating spiritual insight, have contributed to...

Luke's Charismatic Theology   [NEWT 0733 / PENT 0503]
 Tuesday January 2, 2018 to Saturday January 6, 2018
 Faculty: Dr. Van Johnson

The work of the Holy Spirit has long been recognized as fundamental to the interests of the author of the third Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, as well as to the life of the early church. But how does the work of the Spirit relate to Christology, Luke's primary subject? And how does Luke's...

Spiritual Care of the Dying and Grieving   [COUN 0684 / PAST 0743 / SPIR 0684]
 Tuesday January 2, 2018 to Saturday January 6, 2018

This course examines the psychological and theological aspects of dying in order to better understand and provide significant pastoral care to those who are dying and to those who grieve.

World Religions   [MISS 0784 / THEO 0737]
 Tuesday January 2, 2018 to Saturday January 6, 2018

This course begins with an introduction to different responses to world religions. We will then examine crucial guidelines in the study of other religions. After these methodological issues are addressed, attention will be directed to assessment of Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, western...