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Pastoral Care
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Biblical Exegesis and Interpretation

Matt Lynch

This course introduces students to the art of biblical exegesis and interpretation.
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Generations of Sky and Earth: Science in Dialogue with Biblical Imagery

Jill Hammer

This class will examine the natural imagery that permeates the Hebrew Bible – trees, mountains, wind, and stars – together…
Ambrose Seminary
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All Things Now Living: Theology and Earth in Conversation

Christina Conroy

An exploration of human relations to the natural world from a Christian theological perspective. This course is part of the…
Systematic Theology II 1
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Systematic Theology I

Frederick L. Ware

Through select reading of classical and contemporary texts, this course acquaints students with the discipline of theology focusing on Prolegomena…
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
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Counseling and Theological Worldview

Stephen Greggo

An introduction to the principles and techniques involved in the pastoral ministry of care and counseling. The course emphasizes basic…
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Psychopharmacology for Clergy

David Aftergood

This course has been designed to provide a framework for clergy to understand the basics of psychopharmacology.
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Dynamics of Spiritual Direction

Tamara Moore

This course explores themes and practices related to a Benedictine disposition for spiritual direction.
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Who Is Science?

Science is driven by people. It is a "shared human activity." This video series delves into the many facets of…
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How Did Humans Become Human? Becoming Human: Parts 1 & 2

In this 2-part video series, scientists discuss how humans survived evolution and survived all other hominid species.