Summer 2022 Courses

Summer courses will run from Saturday, May 21, 2022 through Monday, June 30, 2022. Students will have the options to register for in-person or online attendance for all summer coursers. The regular registration period for Summer 2022 courses is March 21 – April 1, 2022. Due to the network disruption, it will be extended an additional week, so that the $90 late-registration fee will not go into effect until Saturday, April 9.  (Note: Late registration is not applicable to new students).  
PR = Prerequisite

BS/SP755 Spirituality in the New Testament

Mondays & Thursdays (May 26 – June 30), 6:00–9:00 pm
Dr. Michael J. Gorman
An exploration of the varieties of spirituality—the lived experience of Christian faith—found in the New Testament and their relevance for contemporary Christian life and mission. 
PR = BS600 and BS622 (or equivalents) recommended, not required. 
Full Course Description (“Green Book” page)

HS/MT703 The Life & Writing of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Saturdays 9 am – 2:30 pm
Dr. Tony Hunt
A historical, theological, and socio-cultural analysis of the life and writings of Martin Luther King, Jr., with a particular focus on King’s work on contemporary church and society. 
Full Course Description (“Green Book” page)

CANCELLED DM815 Enculturating Ministry
May 5: Orientation 7 – 8:30 pm; Intensive: July 18-21, 8:30 am – 5 pm
Dr. Emily Ralph Servant

DM817 Embodying Scripture
July 18 – 21 morning and afternoon (exact times TBD)
Dr. Brent Laytham & Dr. Joel Shuman
An exploration of how Scripture finds embodiment in Christian thinking, feeling, speaking and acting. The course explores how the biblical text, engaged as Scripture, 1) frames how we see and engage the world; 2) forms our character and communities; and 3) patterns our performance of the gospel. Embodying Scripture integrates the traditional disciplines of Christian formation, spirituality, and ethics/moral theology, as well as missional hermeneutics.
Full Course Description (“Green Book” page)

RE605 Teaching & Curriculum in Religious Education
Saturdays (5/21, 6/4, 6/11, 6/18 and 6/25)
Dr. Jeff Anderson
This course provides an examination of the theory and practice of varied approaches to Christian Education in the context of a faith community and provides skills in curriculum design and evaluation. 
Full Course Description (“Green Book” page)