Research Writing and the Ministry of Scholarship

This course is designed to introduce students to the world of academic scholarship, research, writing, and teaching.

This course, taught by Brian M. Rapske at the Associated Canadian Theological Schools of Trinity Western University, is designed to introduce students to the world of academic scholarship, research, writing, and teaching. This objective is situated within a more general attempt to help students discern and prepare for their own contribution to the ministry of Christian scholarship.

Seminary: Associated Canadian Theological Schools of Trinity Western University
Keywords: Science and religion, research methods, social sciences, research ethics, research writing

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