June 2015 Intensives
|WEEK ONE - June 1- 5||WEEK TWO - June 8-12|
|ME 675/975 Mission & the Global Church||ME 600 Evangelism & Church Planting|
► The Rt. Rev. Dr.
An exploration of the biblical, ancient and global roots of Christian mission in order to engage contemporary mission concerns such as Islam, persecution of Christians, and issues of ecological and economic justice. Students will attend the Ancient Evangelical Future Conference.
► The Rev. Cn. Dr. John Macdonald
Instruction and encouragement in the basics of personal evangelism and evangelism in the local church, including a strong emphasis on the practical application.
|OT 700 Hebrew Exegesis||PT 740/975 Adv. Church Ministry & Sacraments|
► Dr. Don Collett
Extensive translation work in various genres of the Old Testament. Prerequisite BL630 (2 weeks)
► The Rev. Dr. Leander Harding
A history and theology of the sacraments of baptism and Eucharist and the orders of ministry, this class considers issues in church identity, discipline, and government from an Anglican and ecumenical perspective. Previous systematic theology required.
|NT 500 Writings of the New Testament||PT 675/977 Pastoral Responses to Family|
& Sexual Violence
► Dr. Wesley Hill
A survey of God’s self-revelation in Jesus Christ and formation of a new covenant people in the Church. The course will emphasize biblical content, knowledge of the historical background to the New Testament events and documents, and basic concepts of New Testament theology.
► Joanne Martin, LCSW, MAR
Issues of violence are a frequently encountered, though often hidden, facet of ministering to people. This course will consider challenges and pastoral approaches to domestic violence, child physical abuse/neglect, sexual violence, and sexual addiction in congregational life. Designed for clergy in active ministry, though all who provide pastoral care and counseling are welcome.
|PT 670 Introduction to Lutheran Liturgy (L)||ST 900 Evangelical Theology|
► The Rev. Dr. Amy Schifrin, STS
The worship of God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is at the center of our life together as his people. Through Word and Sacrament, God comes to us that we might render glory unto him. This course will prepare seminarians for pastoral liturgical leadership in Lutheran congregational settings.
|► The Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry|
The essentials of evangelical theology applied to Christian ministry in contemporary pluralistic society.
|DM 900 Listening & Trusting|
in an Age of Complexity
|Discerning a Call|
|► The Rev. Dr. Laurie ThompsonAn orientation course that integrates theology, spirituality, and missiology and their application to ministry in context. (DMin only)||► The Rev. Canon Mary Hays|
This course is designed especially for those considering a call to ordained ministry, but is open to anyone. If you seek to sharpen your awareness of God’s particular call on your life, this course will help you.
|WEEK Three - June 15- 19|
|ME 700 Discipleship, Discipling, and the Spiritual Disciplines (L)|
► The Rev. Dr. Amy Schifrin, STS
& The Rt. Rev. Dr. John Bradosky
An in depth journey into Luke-Acts to see and hear how our Lord went about making disciples and how the Church followed in his footsteps; a study of this faithful witness through Christian history and the practice of Spiritual Disciplines for shaping us as heralds of the Gospel. Required for all NALS students, and open as an elective to all others.
Andy Piercy | June 1-3 | Cost: $120
Following Jesus: Renewal for Ministry
Peter Walker | June 8-12 | Cost: $150
Feed on God’s Word as taught by Trinity faculty.Be refreshed in your daily
Christian life through study and prayer in community. Enjoy a Quiet Day
set aside for personal reflection. Available for credit.
What Are Intensives? Intensives are week-long courses in June and January which compress an entire semester's seminary study (of a single class). To accomplish this, students do pre-reading and other work before the on-campus all-day teaching week begins, and then some follow-on work after the week is over. The courses can also be audited. Whether audited or taken for credit, Intensives offer an excellent way to learn a lot in a very brief period of time as well as to see the campus and get a sense for seminary study at Trinity. We encourage you to try Trinity Intensives for continuing education and personal enrichment.
Registration for Courses: Registration for June Term academic courses will begin on April 1 through SIS. Email Stacey Williard, email@example.com if you are enrolling for the first time. If you would like to register to audit a course, please complete an audit application and return with payment to the Registrar. Audit applications will not be accepted for any DMin courses. A schedule of tuition & fees is available on our website.
Lunches & Campus fee: Lunches at Trinity are excellent and provided Monday through Friday. Salads are always available along with options to accommodate some dietary restrictions. Events include lunches in the price, but academic classes will have an activity fee of $42 for both credit and audit students that provides coffee & lunches, library, wi-fi, and other campus services.
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