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2012 -Fall

Seminary (SM)

Practical Theology (PRTH)


PRTH 7310
Formation Congreg & Leaders
7310   Formation for Congregations and their Leaders
   This course explores biblical and theological foundations for Christian spiritual formation and considers models for spiritual formation in the congretation. Students will reflect upon the qualities of formational leadership and give attention to spiritual formation in various tasks of ministry such as pastoral care, preaching, teaching, and administration. The course moves toward developing a "rule of life" for personal health in ministerial leadership.
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01Open218N/A28455TR0100PM - 0220PMTRUETT 2143Regular
View BooksAngela H. ReedGet Books
Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PRTH 7312
Trad Christian Spirit/Prayer
7312   Traditions of Christian Spirituality and Prayer
   This course explores varied streams of Christian spirituality through the devotional writings and life stories of spiritual masters in the history of the church. Students will study writings from various Christian traditions and periods of church history to consider the nature of the spiritual journey and reflect upon the prayer-filled life. Students will also participate in a few diverse worship experiences off-campus.
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01Open2114N/A28456WF1030AM - 1150AMTRUETT 1153Regular
View BooksAngela H. ReedGet Books
Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PRTH 7350
Theology/Phil Youth Ministry
7350   Theology and Philosophy of Youth Ministry
   Provides students a foundation for effective ministry to youth and their families in churches and other settings. Historical foundations as well as emerging trends in youth ministry will be examined. Students will have an opportunity to observe class topics applied in ministry settings through planned interactions with vocational youth ministers.
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01Open2112N/A20871M0930AM - 1210PMTRUETT 2363Regular
View BooksCary C KilloughGet Books
Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PRTH 7352
Discipleship/Evangelism: Youth
7352   Discipleship and Evangelism: Youth
   This course focuses on the "being" of a disciple and its natural progression toward evangelization and the making of disciples. Students will be required to integrate reading, course work, and class learning into various projects throughout the semester.
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01Open2111N/A24026TR0100PM - 0220PMTRUETT 2323Regular
View BooksGrear HowardGet Books
Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PRTH 7379
Princ Teaching Christian Faith
7379   Principles in Teaching the Christian Faith
   A look both broadly and narrowly at what it is to pass on the Christian faith. This course is comprised of two major areas, both formal/traditional and informal/non-traditional moments of teaching. This includes the development of instructional designs and utilization of teaching resources for effective communication of the scriptures and theological principles as well as considerations of necessary logistical and administrative elements.
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01Open2017N/A20874WF0100PM - 0220PMTRUETT 2263Regular
View BooksJames M. GodfreyGet Books
Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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