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Shakespeare’s History Plays
Explores Shakespeare’s history plays, focusing on his use of political theory. Prerequisite: 9 credit hours in ENGL.
Introduction to Guitar Literature
Explores the array of guitar repertoire in the Classical, Romantic and Modern eras. Student will engage in an in-depth study of iconic works...
Introduction to Piano Literature
Explores the array of piano repertoire in the Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. Students will engage in an in-depth study of iconic works...
Theology of Christian Worship
Explores the biblical and theological foundations for Christian worship along with related themes. These themes include the purpose of church...
Doctrine of Scripture
Explores the Christian understanding of God’s revelation. Although attention may be given to the doctrines of general and special revelation...
Explores the interdisciplinary field of cognitive science. We will examine common themes and topics (e.g., mind representation and...
Explores the legal and cultic context of the Ten Commandments. The course will also address the signiﬁcance of the Decalogue in Christian...
Explores the letters of Paul and concentrates on the historical, social and religious contexts of the early Christian communities to which...
Augustine of Hippo
Explores the life and thought of one of the most influential figures in the history of Christianity and Western culture. Particular attention...
The Bible as Literature
Explores the literary power and expression of biblical material. The Bible will be read as a work of literature, sensitive to issues of plot...
America and the Western World 1500-1865
Explores the major political and social developments in U.S. history from the founding of the first colonial settlements, through...
Introduction to Design
Explores the power of design as the fundamental creative core of all art making. We explore its motivation, its language, its impact and a...
Contemporary Worship in the Church
Explores the practice, principles and priorities of contemporary corporate worship in the Church. Topics will include an historical overview...
Capstone Seminar in Business
Explores the purpose of business in society, and how the various disciplines within business can work together to form strategic, purposeful...
Morphology and Syntax II
Explores the rich variety of morphological and syntactic constructions and processes found in human language, deepening the students’...
Latter Prophets: Minor
Explores the section of the Latter Prophets known as “The Book of the Twelve.” Considers the relationship of Hosea–Malachi and the problem of...
Introduction to World Religions
Explores various major religions of the world, such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism and Islam. Other topics may include Daoism, Shamanism,...
Ministry in a Multicultural World
Explores various methods of the local church to minister effectively in a culturally diverse world. Students examine multicultural,...
History of Western Civilization in Global Perspective II
Explores Western civilization from the age of the Enlightenment to the present. The key events, ideas, and persons of the last four hundred...
Introduction to American Sign Language II
Extends and further develops basic signing vocabulary and grammar. The content covers fingerspelling, ASL terminology, expressive and...
Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners: Part I
Facilitates teacher candidates’ understanding of and ability to program for the diversity of learners in Ontario classrooms. Teacher...
|FDED 102, 201, 202, 301, 302||Five units must be completed as a non-credit graduation requirement for the Bachelor of Religious Education degree and one unit for the...|
Readings in New Testament Greek I
Focuses on extensive readings in the Gospels and Letters to develop proficiency in reading the Greek New Testament. The study of intermediate...
Focuses on literature of countries that were once British colonies and have since become independent nations. Among the literatures discussed...
Contemporary Religious Movements
Focuses on new religious movements (traditionally referred to as “cults”) that are connected to existing religious traditions yet are no...