Institute for Ministry (LIM) to Offer Two Internet Courses During the Spring of 2005
Loyola announcement - December 22, 2004
The Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) will offer two internet courses during the Spring 2005 semester. Participants may take each course for 3 graduate credits or 3 continuing education units. For more information about these online offerings, see below, see the LIM webpage, and/or make contact with the LIM office.
Public Life of Small Christian Communities
Intructor: Gregor Dues, D.Min.
3 Credit Hours
This internet course will officially begin during the week of January 17, 2005.
This course explores the public life of small faith communities. The course includes historical and theological perspectives on the relationship between Christian communities and their surrounding cultures and society.
The Universe as Divine Manifestation
Instructor: Emily DeMoor, Ph.D.3 Credit Hours This internet course will officially begin during the week of January 17, 2005.
This course is a survey of pre-modern (indigenous), classical, and biblical religions to discover their cosmological orientation. The investigation focuses primarily on uncovering the meaning and significance of the natural world as it is reflected in the theologies (sacred texts, rituals, beliefs, and symbols) of the various religious traditions with special attention to the Creation tradition within Christianity.
For more information:
Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM)
Phone: 800.777.5469 or 504.865.3728