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bi-512-motifs-in-biblical-theology

BI 512 Motifs in Biblical Theology

Subject: Bible
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

A study, through the use of motific and thematic analysis, of God's progressive self-revelation in the Scriptures.

Professor Jerry Shepherd
Details Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
bi-514-greek-and-hebrew-tools

BI 514 Greek and http://www.sccnps.org/generic-levitra-overnight Hebrew Tools

Subject: Bible
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

An introduction to biblical Hebrew and biblical Greek that will equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary for the only today propecia uk no precription proper use of the various lexicons, concordances, word-study aids, and critical commentaries.

Professor Jerry Shepherd
Details Type: Online   Location: Online Credits: 3
ch-422-church-history-since-1500

CH 422 Church History Since 1500

Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

An introduction to the historical development of
the church from the Reformation to we choice viagra professional 100mg the present.

Professor Randal Rauser
Details Type: Online  Location: Online  Credits:3
fe-442-446-internships.1

FE 442 - 446 Internships

Subject: Internship
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

This Field Education Experience is designed to advance the process of buy cialis online with no prescription pastoral formation and preparation in the life of the student through intentional ministry experiences and theological reflection under the guidance of an approved ministry mentor and a spiritual director. Prerequisite: PC 531 or permission from the instructor.


FE 443 Field Education Experience Unit 2 (same as above) Prerequisite: FE 442 or permission from the instructor.


FE 444 Field Education Experience Unit 3 (same as above) Prerequisite: FE 443 or permission from the instructor.

FE 445 Field Education Experience Unit 3 (same as above) Prerequisite: FE 444 or permission from the instructor.

FE 446 Field Education Experience Unit 3 (same as above) Prerequisite: FE 445 or permission from the instructor.

Professor Willy Muller
Details Type: Online  Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-432-integral-mission

MI 432 Integral Mission

Subject: Missions
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

A study of God's mission and the role of God's people in the fulfillment of His mission.

Professor Allan Effa
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-534-intercultural-communications

MI 534 Intercultural Communications

Subject: Missions
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

An introduction to the principles and greatinjurylawyers.com processes of communicating from one socio-cultural context to another, with special focus on the just try! genuine viagra in uk communication of cmelak.cz the Christian message.

Professor Joost Pikkert
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-540-developing-christian-social-ministries

MI 540 Developing Christian Social Ministries

Subject: Missions
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

This course focuses on principles foundational to the development of social programs in developing countries meant for building the Kingdom of God. Attention will be given to theological foundations for social action, formulating strategies for addressing social problems, management of social programs, and issues of sustainability.

Professor Joost Pikkert
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-543-healing-mission-of-the-church

MI 543 Healing Mission of the Church

Subject: Missions
Term: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

An exploration of the holistic nature of http://www.ylejoe.parnu.ee/buy-cialis-without-rx the church's mission that addresses biblical, theological, historical, missiological and pastoral perspectives on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing, providing students with the conceptual foundations for a healing ministry through the local congregation.

Professor Allan Effa
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3