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Old Testament Theology
Study of select themes of Old Testament theology, such as: the knowledge of God, God’s name, God’s will and law, God’s agents (Moses, judges...
Christian Life and Discipleship
Study of the biblical and theological foundations of the Christian life and discipleship. Major aspects of the Christian life are explored,...
Study of the Book of Revelation (or the Apocalypse) with special attention to its content, its literary genre of “apocalypses,” the various...
Second Temple Judaism
Study of the history, culture, religion and literature of the Jewish people from the end of the exile until the destruction of Jerusalem by...
Luke and Acts
Study of the life of Jesus and the beginning of the early church as told in Luke and Acts. Either Luke or Acts will function as the primary...
Latter Prophets: Major
Study of the theological and literary emphases of Isaiah, Jeremiah or Ezekiel. Will address the themes, historical situation of the prophet(s...
New Testament Theology
Study of the theology of the New Testament with special emphasis on its unity and diversity. Questions of concern will include “What is the...
Social Problems in a Diverse Society
Supports students in reflecting on and understanding the major social concerns our society must deal with today. The course focuses on the...
Applied Skills for Practice in Health and Human Services
Supports students to learn, hone and develop foundational skills that can be used across a range of applied Health & Human Services...
Creating Safe, Engaging and Inclusive Learning Environments
Supports teacher candidates in developing the knowledge, skills and pedagogical practices that allow each student to feel respected,...
Supports teacher candidates in the practicum components of the program. The classes are distributed throughout the duration of the program to...
Survey of especially the wisdom literature of the Old Testament, which may cover Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs and should...
Introduction to Old Norse Literature
Survey of Old Norse literature in translation, including Eddic and Skaldic poetry, King’s sagas, Icelandic sagas, ancient sagas and later re-...
Irony’s Edge: Eighteenth-Century Satire
Survey of poetry, drama and prose from 1660–1798, which may include John Dryden, Aphra Behn, Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Johnson...
New Testament Scripture
Survey of the redemptive story in the literature of the New Testament, including an orientation to the historical backgrounds, religious...
Old Testament Scripture
Survey of the redemptive story in the three major divisions of the Old Testament (the Law/Torah, the Prophets and the Writings), including an...
Survey the major genres of Shakespeare’s plays and study a series of selected critical works. Prerequisite: 6 credit hours in ENGL.
Surveys Jane Austen’s major novels in their cultural and religious contexts. Through subtle commentary, Austen’s narrators allude to the...
Surveys major works of Geoffrey Chaucer, including selections from The Canterbury Tales, Troilus and Criseyde and the dream poetry. Students...
Psalms as Poetry, Psalms in Poetry
Surveys poetic techniques in the book of Psalms, including Hebraic parallelism, and their influence on the history of poetry. Poets include...
Canada and the World since 1867
Surveys the history of Canada from Confederation to the present with an emphasis on its political, cultural, and economic development from...
Canada and the Western World 1500-1867
Surveys the history of Canada from the early contact period to Confederation. The main focus is on how Canada developed politically,...
History of World Christianity I
Surveys the history of Christianity from the earliest days of the church to the 15th and 16th century calls for reform. The main currents of...
History of World Christianity II
Surveys the history of Christianity from the time of the Protestant Reformation to the present. The main currents of theology, missions,...
Israel and the Muslim World
Surveys the history of the modern Arab-Israeli conflict. Topics covered include Ottoman and post-World War I Palestine, the establishment of...