BA Theology

TH 310: Missiology

A study of missiology in the Orthodox Catholic Church from Biblical times to modern missiological discussions and efforts throughout the world. In addition, missiological types along with evangelism models are used to help create a humble framework for the average layperson. Many resources, including Biblical references, are used to provide as full a picture as …

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PAT 301: Patristic Survey

Patristics 301 has been developed for the non-Orthodox student as well as the Orthodox Christian seeking a deeper knowledge of their own tradition. Its content is the mixture of a broad survey and some detailed introduction to the development of Orthodox Christian Trinitarian Theology, Christology, Pneumatology, Eschatology, Prayer & Spirituality (including monasticism and asceticism), Iconography, …

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HIST 301: Church History

Church History 301 has been developed for the non-Orthodox student as well as the Orthodox Christian seeking a deeper knowledge of their own tradition. Its content is a mixture of a broad survey and detailed introduction to the development of the Orthodox Churches in terms of history, faith, and worship. This course starts with the …

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PC 302: Directed Practicum

To graduate from this program, students must complete four projects, one in each module. These projects should demonstrate the leadership skills and knowledge gained through the program, and should be implemented in the student’s home parish. Before beginning a project, students must submit their topic to the course professor for approval, and must also receive …

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