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Eden Florida Courses

In order to meet the growing need for degree and non-degree seminary education in Florida, Eden Theological Seminary now offers masters-level courses that are hosted either in a convenient Florida location or offered as a synchronous distance course. Taught by full-time Eden faculty, the courses combine face-to-face classroom instruction with online learning.


SPRING 2015 COURSE


HT122 Church History I
Dr. Adam Ployd
Assistant Professor of Church History and Historical Theology

This course surveys church history and doctrine from Christian origins through the end of the Middle Ages. It focuses upon the major events of Christian history, the development of doctrine, and the social context within which the church and its mission developed in its first 1400 years. While the focus is upon the Western church, the course emphasizes Christianity as a world religion from the beginning.


*IMPORTANT NEWS*
This course will be a distance, synchronous course held on the Eden campus.  Students must have tele-conference capability including a webcam.

The course meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:00p-9:00p, February 2nd through May 7th.

This course is open to lay, ordained, and ministerial track candidates. Non-degree students may take the course for credit or as an auditor.  The cost to take the course for credit is $1485.  Auditors pay $350.

Students who have taken courses with Eden Seminary in the past can register by contacting Registrar Michelle Wobbe at mwobbe@eden.edu.

Students not previously enrolled at Eden will need apply for admission. For more information please contact Tiffany Pittman, Director of Admissions, at 314-918-2501 or tpittman@eden.edu.

 

FALL 2014 COURSE


M135 Liturgy
Instructor:  Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw

The Worship of God is the source from which the church’s life and mission flow. In this course students will explore theologies of worship, learn some of the history and diversity of worship that informs current local practices and begin to develop the skills needed to plan, organize, lead, and reflect upon the weekly worship of the church with pastoral sensitivity, theological vision, creativity, and shared leadership.


*IMPORTANT NEWS*
This course will be a distance, synchronous course held on the Eden campus.  Students must have tele-conference capability including a webcam.

The course meets on Monday evenings from 6:00p-9:00p, September 2nd - December 8th.

This course is open to lay, ordained, and ministerial track candidates. Non-degree students may take the course for credit or as an auditor.  The cost to take the course for credit is $1485.  Auditors pay $350.

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