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    Syllabi: Fall 2009
    These online syllabi should be used to gain a better understanding of the content and focus of a course. The syllabus provided in the class may differ from the online version and its content supersedes that of the online syllabus. The course syllabi are listed in PDF format.  
    Course Number Course Title  Instructor(s) 
    TH 240-3 American Religion D. Reistroffer/
    J. Lewis
    TF 510-3 Black Church Studies I S. Williamson
    PC 312-3 Brief Counseling in Congregations L. Townsend
    PC 308-3 Conceptual Foundations for Family Therapy L. Townsend
    EM 343-3/
    Ecumenical Movement C. Kirkpatrick
    OT 101-3 Elements of Biblical Hebrew D. Gragg
    TF 102-3 Faith Seeking Understanding S. Williamson/
    A. Plantinga Pauw/
    A. Hwang
    PC 304-3 Family Therapy: Theory and Practice L. Townsend 
    TH 470-3 Hinduism-Buddhism T. Muck
    TH 113-3 History of Christian Experience II C. Elwood/
    A. Hwang
    PC 408-3 Human Growth and Development C. Cook
    PW 105-3 Introduction to Worship C. Carvalhaes 
    CE 305-3 Multiple Intelligences and Christian Education B. Wigger 
    PX 200-3 Practical Theology in Congregations D. Reistroffer/
    D. Thompson/
    K. Hockenberry
    PW 318-3 Preaching for Tomorrow D. Mumford
    PC 305-3 Professional Issues and Ethics in Marriage and Family Therapy W. Clark
    OT 1002-1 Scripture 1 - Section 1 J. Bos
    OT 1002-2 Scripture 1 - Section 2 J. Bos
    NT 100-3 Scripture II J. Berquist
    SM 201-3 Senior Seminar S. Williamson/
    D. Sawyer
    PC 307-3 Sexuality and Pastoral Practice C. Cook
    CE 308-3/
    Teaching the Bble: Wisdom Literature T. Tull/
    D. Hester
    TH 262-3 Theology of John Calvin C. Elwood 
    MS 106-2 United Methodist Polity C. Brockwell
    PW 443-1 Worship Practicum C. Carvalhaes
    CE 410-3 Writing for the Church B. Wigger 
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