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ACTS Catalog 2001-2002

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									Association of Chicago Theological Schools



        CATHOLIC THEOLOGICAL UNION
        CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
        GARRETT-EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
        LUTHERAN SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AT CHICAGO
        MCCORMICK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
        MEADVILLE/LOMBARD THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL
        MUNDELEIN SEMINARY
        NORTH PARK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
        NORTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
        SEABURY-WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
        TRINITY EVANGELICAL DIVINITY SCHOOL




         ANNOUNCEMENTS
            2001–2002

 http://campus.northpark.edu/acts/catalog2001
                                                             Table of Contents
Association of Chicago Theological Schools .....................................................................................................i
Table of Contents ...................................................................................................................................................... ii
Association of Chicago Theological Schools ................................................................................................................1
   ACTS Vision Statement ............................................................................................................................................2
   ACTS Mission Statement ..........................................................................................................................................3
The Member Seminaries ................................................................................................................................................4
Common Council of the Association of Chicago Theological Schools ....................................................................... 15
   Faculty Area Groups ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Clusters and Cooperative Activities ............................................................................................................................ 18
   Northside Chicago Theological Institute ................................................................................................................. 18
   The Hyde Park Cluster of Theological Schools ....................................................................................................... 18
   ACTS Doctor of Ministry in Preaching Program .................................................................................................... 19
   ACTS Travel Study Opportunities ........................................................................................................................... 19
   ACTS Urban Clinical Pastoral Education Program ................................................................................................. 20
   The Center for Ethics and Values ............................................................................................................................ 21
   The Center for Religion and the News Media ......................................................................................................... 21
   Chicago Center for Global Ministries ...................................................................................................................... 21
   Hispanic Ministries Programs .................................................................................................................................. 21
   Language Program of the Hyde Park Cluster of Theological Schools .................................................................... 22
   World Mission Institute ........................................................................................................................................... 22
Cooperating Institutions .............................................................................................................................................. 22
   Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science ............................................................................................... 22
   Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education ............................................................................................... 23
   Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies .......................................................................................................................... 23
The ACTS Library Council ......................................................................................................................................... 25
Academic Calendars .................................................................................................................................................... 27
Information About Course Listings ............................................................................................................................. 28
   Organization and Abbreviations Used ..................................................................................................................... 28
   Explanation of Course Numbers .............................................................................................................................. 28
   How To Cross-Register ........................................................................................................................................... 31
Courses by Schedule and Topic ................................................................................................................................... 32
   Outline of Courses ................................................................................................................................................... 32
   2001–2002 Quarter Starting Dates .......................................................................................................................... 33
   Detailed list of courses............................................................................................................................................. 33
Special Areas of Interest within Courses of Study ...................................................................................................... 96
Special Course Options ............................................................................................................................................... 99
   Evening/Weekend .................................................................................................................................................... 99
   Intensive Courses ................................................................................................................................................... 103
   Online Courses ...................................................................................................................................................... 103
   Travel Courses ....................................................................................................................................................... 104
ACTS Personnel ........................................................................................................................................................ 105
   Faculty and Executive Officers.............................................................................................................................. 105
   Librarians ............................................................................................................................................................... 121
Locations of ACTS Schools ...................................................................................................................................... 122


Catalog Editor: Margene Lehman
Webmaster:      Eric Pement




                                                                                       ii
                          ASSOCIATION
                              OF
                  CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS

The Association of Chicago Theological Schools, known as ACTS, was formed in 1984 by 12 theological
schools located in the Chicago area to provide means for cooperation among the member institutions in
the areas of student cross-registration, library access and acquisitions, interchange among faculty
members in the disciplines of theological education, and communications between the schools. Prior to
1984, these schools had had many years of successful ecumenical cooperation, primarily through the
Chicago Cluster of Theological Schools, the Chicago Theological Institute, and the Library Council. In
addition to ACTS, various agreements between two or more institutions further cooperation on the basis
of geographic proximity or an interest in specific programs.

All 11 schools that currently make up ACTS are accredited members of the Association of Theological
Schools in the United States and Canada. Each is affiliated with or sponsored by a denomination, a
diocese, a religious organization, or several religious orders. Each offers professional degree programs for
ministry at the master’s and doctoral levels, and most also offer other academic degrees. All offer a
variety of opportunities for continuing education for clergy and lay leaders, as well as conferences,
lectures and other programs of interest to a wider public.

Together, the schools within ACTS offer a rich network of resources for theological education, making
the association one of the outstanding centers of theological education in the world. Available to the
approximately 2,500 students currently enrolled at its member schools are about 350 faculty, some 750
courses offered annually, and library collections of 1.7 million volumes and nearly 5,000 currently
received periodical subscriptions. New this year, several schools are offering a number of courses online
for the first time. Several schools have well-stocked theological bookstores. In addition, ACTS makes it
possible for students and faculty to pursue their work, study, and reflection in interaction with people
from many different cultural and theological traditions.

Students in ACTS schools also have access to other resources pertinent to theological education through
institutions related to ACTS. Many also draw on the vast resources of other institutions of higher
education and the numerous religious organizations and agencies in the Chicago area related to one or
more of the institutions in ACTS.

ACTS itself does not offer either courses or degrees. Application for enrollment must be made to one of
the member institutions.

An essential tool for cross-registration purposes, this catalog also includes information on the many resources for
theological education available to students enrolled in the member schools of ACTS.

The current chairperson of ACTS is Gary Riebe-Estrella of Catholic Theological Union. Kurt Gabbard of
McCormick Theological Seminary is treasurer. Inquiries regarding ACTS should be directed to Gary Riebe-Estrella,
S.V.D., Catholic Theological Union, 5401 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60615-5698, phone:
773.753.5307.




                                                          1
ACTS Vision Statement

The Association of Chicago Theological Schools approaches its future with hope. We seek to develop a strong
collaboration and urgency for the mission of ACTS. Our collaborative mission will manifest itself in many ways as
we:
        Creatively serve new constituencies
        Invite new partners to join in the Association
        Support each other in ways that strengthen all member schools
        Provide public venues for the discussion of important issues
        Model dialogue and conversation as modes of theological inquiry and reflection
        Find new ways of deploying and utilizing faculty
        Learn to speak with a common voice
        Focus on major theological and institutional issues together
        Introduce programs and patterns to develop and form leaders and leadership
        Share new forms and modes of technology
        Work to develop collaborative curricula and academic life

We enter the next millennium with confidence and vision. We are assured of the necessity for the ACTS alliance
and mission as an important strength for member institutions. We will pursue our service in the rich context of the
Chicago metropolitan area with consequences that extend nationally and internationally. We proceed into the future
with thanksgiving and a sense of the grace and guidance of God.




                                                         2
ACTS Mission Statement

The Association of Chicago Theological Schools is a collaborative effort by eleven theological schools in the
Chicago metropolitan area whose aim is to enhance the educational activities at each of the schools through the
sharing of resources and cooperative planning. Each of the eleven schools in ACTS shares a common purpose of
preparing men and women for ministry. Recognizing that by cooperating together the ACTS schools can provide
more than the sum of their individual efforts, the ACTS schools are committed to seeking ways in which their
cooperation benefits schools individually and collectively. By cooperating in joint planning and the sharing of
resources, the schools of ACTS are able to live out certain values that are commonly held:
        Good stewardship of assets
        Ecumenical witness in the Church and world
        Theological discussion across traditions

Through the Common Council comprised of the presidents and academic deans, ACTS supports a number of
activities and joint ventures that are reflective of its values. These activities and joint ventures include:
        Coordinated library collection development and cooperation
        Cross-registration among schools
        Joint education programs
        Facilitation of collegial discussions among faculties

    In addition to the cooperative preparation of men and women for ministry, ACTS seeks to encourage critical
                  thinking about the major issues that currently challenge the Church and the world.




                                                           3
                            THE MEMBER SEMINARIES

                                    Catholic Theological Union
A collaborative school serving 33 religious orders, founded to promote diverse theological and ministerial traditions
within the Roman Catholic Church. Emphasis is on preparation for ministry with flexible academic patterns
augmented by strong field education programs. Other special features: D.Min. concentrations in cross-cultural
ministries, liturgy, or spirituality; fully individualized research or general academic M.A.; M.Div. concentrations in
Bible, pastoral theology, world mission, or word and worship; World Mission Program designed to prepare
American and international student to minister in other cultures; studies in African American and Hispanic ministry
programs open to all serious students, men and women.

        President                                                                        Donald Senior, CP.
        Vice President and Academic Dean                                           Gary Riebe-Estrella, SVD
        Vice President for Administration and Finance                                     Bernice Frederick
        Director of D.Min. Program                                                    Dianne Bergant, CSA
        Director of M.Div. Program                                                   Roger Schroeder, SVD
        Director of M.A. Program                                                          Gil Ostdiek, OFM
        Director of M.A.P.S. Program                                                    Jeanette Lucinio, SP
        Director of Continuing Education                                                   Opal Easter, DEd
        Director of Admissions and Recruitment                                                   Milt Kobus
        Registrar and Assistant to the Dean                                           Maria de Jesus Lemus

Degree Programs
M.A.P.S.
M.Div.
M.A. in Theology
D.Min. (5 years in ministry prerequisite)




                                             5401 South Cornell Avenue
                                              Chicago, IL 60615-5698
                                                   773.324.8000
                                                 Fax: 773.324.4360
                                              Web page: www.ctu.edu/

                                         President’s office: 773.753.5309
                                       Academic Dean’s office: 773.753.5307
                                          Registrar’s office: 773.753.5320




                                                          4
                             CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
An ecumenical seminary related to the United Church of Christ with a style fostering rigorous theological inquiry
and development of students’ own intellectual and professional integrity in an atmosphere of diversity and freedom.
The basic professional degree program is the three-year Master of Divinity, but the Master of Arts in Religious
Studies may be awarded at the end of the second year as a terminal master’s degree. The post-M.Div. Doctor of
Ministry is available for full- or part-time students with experience in ministry. Joint programs with pastoral care
institutions and a dual-degree program with the School of Social Service Administration of the University of
Chicago are available. The Ph.D. programs focus on Christian-Jewish relations and on theology, ethics and the
human sciences.

      President                                                                  Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite
      Academic Dean                                                                       W. Dow Edgerton
      Registrar and Director of Studies                                                    Cheryl W. Miller
      Director of Recruitment and Admissions                                          Alison Buttrick Patton
      Vice President for Development and External Affairs                                  Thomas J. Minor
      Vice President for Finance & Administration                                              Lynn Stegner

 Degree Programs
 M.A. in Religious Studies
 M.Div.
 S.T.M.
 D.Min.
 Ph.D.




                                           5757 South University Avenue
                                              Chicago, IL 60637-9990
                                                   773.752.5757
                                                 Fax 773.752.0905
                                           Web page: www.chgosem.edu

                                         President’s office: 773.322.0223
                                       Academic Dean’s office: 773.322.0251
                                          Registrar’s office: 773.322.0227




                                                         5
                 GARRETT-EVANGELICAL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
 Garrett-Evangelical is a graduate school of theology of the United Methodist Church. While the majority of the
faculty and the students are affiliated with the school’s denominational heritage, the seminary is ecumenical. The
curricula emphasize theory and practice; they include the institutional centers for the Church and the Black
Experience, Hispanic ministries, Asian-American ministries, Wesleyan studies, ethics and values, religion and the
news media, and women in ministry. The basic programs lead to the Master of Arts, Master of Divinity, or Master of
Theological Studies degrees. The advanced professional program leads to the Doctor of Ministry degree, while the
Doctor of Philosophy degree focuses on teaching and research for theological seminaries, the church and
universities.

                President                                                       Ted A. Campbell
                Dean and Vice President for Academic Affairs                    Jack L. Seymour
                Vice President for Administration                               Adolf M. Hansen
                Vice President for Development                                 David L. Heetland
                Director of Academic Studies and Registrar                    Margaret A. Magee
                Director of Admissions                                          David Newhouse

Degree Programs
M.A. in Christian Education
                 Ethics, Church and Society
                 Music Ministry
                 Pastoral Care and Counseling
                 Spiritual Formation and Evangelism
M.Div.
M.T.S.
D.Min (3 years in ministry prerequisite)
Ph.D.




                                             2121 Sheridan Road
                                          Evanston, IL 60201-2926
                                                847.866.3900
                                              Fax 847.866.3957
                                    Web page: www.garrett.northwestern.edu

                                         President’s office: 847.866.3902
                                           Dean’s office: 847.866.3903
                                         Registrar’s office: 847.866.3905




                                                        6
                   LUTHERAN SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY AT CHICAGO
Affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, LSTC offers preparation for professional ministry in
the church, advanced studies in ministry, academic study of theology. The M.Div. curriculum features a strong
accent upon study of the traditions of the church and a comprehensive field education program, with special
emphasis on cross-cultural ministry and global awareness. Opportunities offered for specialization in Hispanic
ministries and in ministry and social work and for coordinated M.Div./Ph.D. degrees (with the University of
Chicago).

             President                                                                   James Kenneth Echols
             Dean                                                                          Kathleen D. Billman
             Acting Vice President for Administration and Finance                                 Bob Berridge
             Vice President for Advancement                                                James H. Vondracek
             Director of Marketing and Communications                                         Kathleen Chekel
             Dean of the Community
             Director of Admissions                                                           Brian Halverson
             Director of Hispanic Ministries Program                                     José David Rodriguez
             Director of Graduate Studies                                                       Richard Bliese
             Directors of Doctor of Ministry Program                                              José Irizarry
                                                                                               Craig Satterlee
             Director of M.A. Program                                                          Kurt K. Hendel
             Registrar                                                                         Patricia Bartley

Degree Programs
M.A.
M.Div.
Th.M./Ph.D.
D.Min (3 years in ministry prerequisite)




                                                 1100 East 55th Street
                                                Chicago, IL 60615-5199
                                                     773.256.0700
                                                   Fax 773.256.0782
                                                Web page: www.lstc.edu/

                                            President’s office: 773.256.0728
                                              Dean’s office: 773.256.0721
                                            Registrar’s office: 773.256.0717

                         To send e-mail to any faculty or staff member, use the person’s first initial
                                  and up to seven letters of the last name plus @lstc.edu




                                                              7
                          MCCORMICK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
McCormick is a theological center for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It also welcomes many students from
outside this denomination. Focusing its resources on education for the ministry, it emphasizes both preprofessional
(M.A.T.S. and M.Div.) and professional (D.Min.) studies. Its programs in Hispanic ministries, Korean American
ministries, African American ministries, and urban ministry, its dual-competency programs in social work and other
fields, and its emphasis on internationalization add to its other offerings. Students are encouraged to plan, with
advice, their own courses of study.

         President                                                                  Cynthia M. Campbell
         Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs                   David V. Esterline
         Dean of the Masters Programs                                                 Deborah F. Mullen
         Dean of Doctor of Ministry and Cont. Education Programs                           Donald Steele
         Registrar                                                                       Jane P. Brawley
         Director, African American Ministries Program                                Sandra K. Edwards
         Director of Field Studies and Experiential Education                          Joanne Lindstrom
         Interim Director, Hispanic Ministries Program                                       Luis Rivera
         Director, Korean American Ministries Program                                     Victor S. Yoon
         Vice President for Finance and Operations                                         Kurt Gabbard
         Vice President for Funds Development                                                 John Mohr
         Vice President for Student Affairs                                                   Mary Paik

Degree Programs
M.Div.
M.Div./M.S.W.
M.A. in Theological Studies
D.Min.




                                         5555 South Woodlawn Avenue
                                            Chicago, IL 60637-1692
                                                 773.947.6300
                                               Fax 773.288.2612
                                         Web page: www.mccormick.edu

                                         President’s office: 773.947.6301
                                           Dean’s office: 773.947.6306
                                         Registrar’s office: 773.947.6285




                                                         8
                    MEADVILLE/LOMBARD THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL
Meadville/Lombard is an independent theological school affiliated with the University of Chicago and with the
Unitarian Universalist Association. The mission of the school includes empowerment of liberal religious
congregations and voluntary associations through preparing men and women for ministry, religious education and
community outreach. Meadville/Lombard’s educational process includes teaching, research, critical reflection and
institutional outreach, and dialogue with persons of non-Christian faiths. The school offers the M.Div., D.Min. (in
sequence), and the M.A. in Religious Education degrees and is accredited.

     President and Academic Dean                                                           William R. Murry
     Librarian                                                                               Neil W. Gerdes
     Registrar, Financial Aid Administrator and HRP Associate                              Deborah L. Griffin
     Associate Dean of the Modified Residency Program and Student Services                   John W. Tolley
     Vice President for Academic Advancement                                               Rob Wilson-Black
     Admissions Officer                                                                         Susan Grubb


Degree Programs

M.A. in Religious Education
M.Div.
D.Min (in sequence)




                                           5701 South Woodlawn Avenue
                                              Chicago, IL 60637-1602
                                                   773.256.3000
                                                 Fax 773.256.3007
                                           Web page: www.meadville.edu

                                      President’s office: 773.256.3000 ext. 224
                                      Registrar’s office: 773.256.3000 ext. 234




                                                          9
                                      MUNDELEIN SEMINARY
                              OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. MARY OF THE LAKE

With roots in a charter granted more than 140 years ago, Mundelein Seminary of the University of St. Mary of the
Lake prepares candidates academically, formationally and spiritually for the Roman Catholic priesthood. As a
canonically erected Pontifical Theological Faculty, Mundelein Seminary of the University of St. Mary of the Lake is
empowered to confer the bachelor, licentiate and doctoral degrees in sacred theology. Although originally most of
the students attending Mundelein Seminary came from the Archdiocese of Chicago, its alumni now include students
from other dioceses in the state of Illinois and throughout the country.

                          Rector                                         John F. Canary
                          Vice Rector                                August J. Belauskas
                          Academic Dean                                  John G. Lodge
                          Registrar                                       Mary Ann Ulz
                          Dean of Formation                             Kevin J. Feeney
                          Director of Finance                          John F. Lehocky

Degree Programs
M.Div.
S.T.B.
S.T.L.
D.Min.




                                                1000 E. Maple
                                           Mundelein, IL 60060-1174
                                                 847.566.6401
                                               Fax 847.566.7330
                                          Web page: www.vocations.org




                                                        10
                           NORTH PARK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
                                          OF NORTH PARK UNIVERSITY

North Park Theological Seminary, founded in 1891, is the graduate school of theology of the Evangelical Covenant
Church. It is a professional school designed to educate people for ministry, whether as pastors, missionaries, church
educators or trained laity. The seminary is a community of professors, students and staff gathered not only for the
purpose of theological study but also for worship, fellowship and the deepening of the spiritual life. The seminary
also includes in its purposes the continuing education of ministers. It sees itself as a servant of the Church of Jesus
Christ, and particularly of the Evangelical Covenant Church.

                President of the University                                           David G. Horner
                President and Dean of the Seminary                                  John E. Phelan Jr.
                Dean of Faculty and Academic Life                                  Stephen R. Graham
                Dean of Students and Community Life                                      Jo Ann Deasy
                Associate Director of Seminary Admissions                         Mark B. Washington
                Development Officer                                                   Alice M. Hartley
                Librarian                                                             Norma S. Sutton
                Seminary Academic Coordinator (Registrar)                              Scott W. Bruce

Degree Programs
M.Div.
M.A.C.E.
M.A.C.M.
M.A.T.S.
M.Div./M.B.A.
M.Div./M.M.
M.A.T.S./M.S.N.
M.A.T.S./M.B.A.
M.A.T.S./M.M.
D.Min




                                              3225 W. Foster Avenue
                                             Chicago, IL 60625-4895
                                                   773.244.6210
                                                Fax 773.244.6244
                                         Web page: www.northpark.edu/sem

                                          President’s office: 773.244.6214
                                        Faculty Dean’s office: 773.244.6214
                                       Seminary Registration: 773.244.6211
                                     Records Office (transcripts): 773-244-5558




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                     NORTHERN BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Northern Baptist Theological Seminary, founded in 1913, is a graduate seminary committed to the education of men
and women for leadership in the churches. Our evangelical heritage commits us to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and
the authority of Scripture for informing mission and ministry in the world. The seminary is a community of faith,
theological inquiry, and worship and service, preparing persons for ordained ministries and other leadership roles in
the church and relating Christian faith to life and vocation. The seminary is related to the American Baptist
Churches, U.S.A., and welcomes students from all denominations and Christian traditions.

 President                                                                                        Ian M. Chapman
 Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Seminary                                   Timothy P. Weber
 Vice President for Business Administration                                                            Gary Green
 Director of Admissions                                                                     Karen Walker Freeburg
 Director of Supervised Ministry                                                                    Doris Borchert
 Director of Doctoral Studies                                                                      Gerald Borchert
 Registrar                                                                                       Melanie Nogalski

Degree Programs
M.A.
M.A. in Worship and Spirituality
M.A. in Youth Ministry
M.A. in Christian Ministries
M.Div.
D.Min. (3 years in ministry prerequisite)




                                             660 East Butterfield Road
                                             Lombard, IL 60148-5698
                                                   630.620.2100
                                                 Fax 630.620.2194
                                            Web page: www.seminary.edu

                                            President’s office: 630.620.2101
                                              Dean’s office: 630.620.2103
                                            Registrar’s office: 630.620.2105




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                    SEABURY-WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, one of 11 accredited seminaries of the Episcopal Church, is a largely
residential seminary committed to providing excellence in academic preparation for congregational leadership.
Worship, offered three times a day, is central to community life. The student body reflects the breadth of Anglican
tradition, drawing students from 25 or more states each year. Located just across the street from Garrett-Evangelical
Seminary, the two schools have joined forces to form the United Library, which provides an outstanding theological
library of 340,000 volumes. Students studying at Seabury-Western experience the distinctive eclecticism that
characterizes Anglicanism.

                    Dean and President                                        James B. Lemler
                    Associate Dean for Academic Affairs                    Newland F. Smith 3d
                    Chief Financial Officer                                  Sonja Zuñiga Reid
                    Director of Development                                   Marcus T. Young
                    Registrar & Manager of Office of Academic Affairs          Susan A. Shroff
                    Director of Seabury Institute                                   John Dally

Degree Programs
M.Div.
M.T.S.
D.Min.




                                               2122 Sheridan Road
                                             Evanston, IL 60201-2938
                                                  847.328.9300
                                                Fax 847.328.9624
                                            Web page: www.seabury.edu

                                     President’s office: 847.328.9300 ext. 17
                                   Associate Dean’s office: 847.328.9300 ext. 25
                                     Registrar’s office: 847.328.9300 ext. 26




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                        TRINITY EVANGELICAL DIVINITY SCHOOL
                                 OF TRINITY INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School is maintained by the Evangelical Free Church of America to educate men and
women for a worldwide Christian ministry as pastors, missionaries, teachers, and lay workers who are committed to
God for a particular service for which they recognize a need for seminary studies. The divinity school welcomes the
opportunity of assisting students from all denominations and independent nondenominational churches who are
seeking preparation for fruitful Christian life and ministry.

   President                                                                            Gregory L. Waybright
   Chancellor                                                                           Kenneth M. Meyer
   Provost                                                                              Barry J. Beitzel
   Executive Vice President/Operations                                                  Milo D. Lundell
   Senior Vice President of Business, Finance and Technology                            Wesley L. Anderson
   Senior Vice President of Institutional Advancement                                   Theodore Y. Rodgers IV
   Vice President for Enrollment                                                        Roger Kieffer
   Interim Academic Dean/Dir., Ph.D. Program, Intercultural Studies                     Harold A. Netland
   Associate Academic Dean                                                              James R. Moore
   Associate Dean of Academic Doctoral Programs                                         Paul G. Hiebert
   Director of the Ph.D. Program in Theological Studies                                 Willem A. VanGemeren
   Director of the Ph.D. Program in Educational Studies                                 Perry G. Downs
   Director of Supervised Ministries                                                    Michael P. Green
   Director of Placement                                                                Eugene Swanstrom
   Director of Professional Doctoral Programs                                           Martin R. Crain
   Director of Admissions                                                               Kenneth V. Botton
   Director of Records                                                                  TBA
   Dean of the Chapel                                                                   H. Wayne Johnson
   Dean of Students                                                                     Hutz Hertzberg
   Interim Registrar                                                                    Donna Peterson

Degree Programs
  M.A. (10 areas)         D. Min. (3 years’ experience prerequisite)
  M.Div.                  Ph.D. in Educational Studies (4 years’ experience prerequisite)
  Th.M.                   Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies (4 years’ experience prerequisite)
  M.A.R.                  Ph.D. in Theological Studies




                                                2065 Half Day Road
                                              Deerfield, IL 60015-1283
                                                    847.945.8800
                                                 Fax 847.317.8141
                                              Web page: www.tiu.edu

                                         President’s office: 847.317.8001
                                       Academic Dean’s office: 847.317.8002
                                        Director of Records: 847.317.8050




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              COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
        ASSOCIATION OF CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL
                      SCHOOLS
                  Donald Senior, C.P.       Catholic Theological Union (CTU)
            Gary Riebe-Estrella, SVD        Catholic Theological Union
          Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite       Chicago Theological Seminary (CTS)
                   W. Dow Edgerton          Chicago Theological Seminary
                    Ted A. Campbell         Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary (G-ETS)
                     Jack L. Seymour        Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
               James Kenneth Echols         Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC)
                 Kathleen D. Billman        Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
                Cynthia M. Campbell         McCormick Theological Seminary (MTS)
                   David V. Esterline       McCormick Theological Seminary
                   William R. Murry         Meadville/Lombard Theological School (M/L)
                       John F. Canary       Mundelein Seminary (MS)
                       John G. Lodge        Mundelein Seminary
                   John E. Phelan, Jr.      North Park Theological Seminary (NPTS)
                  Stephen R. Graham         North Park Theological Seminary
                     Ian M. Chapman         Northern Baptist Theological Seminary (NBTS)
                   Timothy P. Weber         Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
                     James B. Lemler        Seabury-Western Theological Seminary (S-WTS)
                 Newland F. Smith 3d        Seabury-Western Theological Seminary
                Gregory L. Waybright        Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS)
                      James R. Moore        Trinity Evangelical Divinity School


Faculty Area Groups
                               (See ―ACTS Personnel‖ section for biographical data.)

Old Testament                            Helen Kenik Mainelli (NBTS)              Donald A. Carson (TEDS)
Cheryl B. Anderson (G-ETS)               Claude Mariottini (NBTS)                 Charles Cosgrove (NBTS)
Richard E. Averbeck (TEDS)               Esther Menn (LSTC)                       David Esterline (MTS)
Barry J. Beitzel (TEDS)                  Walter Michel (LSTC)                     Dorothy Folliard, O.P. (MS)
Dianne Bergant, C.S.A. (CTU)             Walter L. Michel (LSTC-                  Adolf M. Hansen (G-ETS)
James Bruckner (NPTS)                    Emeritus)                                Estella Boggs Horning (NBTS-
Julie A. Duncan (G-ETS)                  James Okoye, C.S.Sp. (CTU)               Affil.)
Vaughn Fayle, O.M.I. (CTU)               Raymond Ortlund, Jr. (TEDS)              W. Bingham Hunter (TEDS)
Paula Hiebert (LSTC-Vis.)                Herman E. Schaalman (CTU-                Edgar Krentz (LSTC-Emeritus)
Theodore Hiebert (MTS)                   Adj., G-ETS)                             Eugene LaVerdieree, S.S.S.
James K. Hoffmeier (TEDS)                Robert Schoenstene (MS)                  (CTU-Adj)
Leslie Hoppe, O.F.M. (CTU)               Ken Stone (CTS)                          Tat-siong Benny Liew (CTS)
Robert Hubbard (NPTS)                    Willem A. VanGemeren                     John Lodge (MS)
Ralph W. Klein (LSTC)                    (TEDS)                                   James McIlhone (MS)
Melody Knowles (MTS)                     K. Lawson Younger Jr. (TEDS)             Douglas Moo (TEDS)
Paul Koptak (NPTS)                                                                Peter T. O'Brien (TEDS-Vis)
André LaCocque (CTS-                     New Testament                            Grant R. Osborne (TEDS)
Emeritus)                                A.K.M. Adam (S-WTS)                      Carolyn Osiek, R.S.C.J. (CTU)
Eugene LaVerdiere, S.S.S.                Linda Belleville (NPTS)                  David W. Pao (TEDS)
(CTU-Adj)                                Gerald Borchert (NBTS)                   John E. Phelan Jr. (NPTS)
Carolyn Leeb (LSTC-Vis.)                 Barbara Bowe, R.S.C.J. (CTU)             Raymond Pickett Jr. (LSTC-
Dennis R. Magary (TEDS)                  Robert Brawley (MTS)                     Austin Program)



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Barbara Reid, O.P. (CTU)       Cynthia Campbell (MTS)            Archimedes Fornasari, M.C.C.J.
David Rhoads (LSTC)            Anna Case-Winters (MTS)           (CTU)
Barbara Rossing (LSTC)         Robert Cathey (MTS)               Stanley Grenz (NBTS-Affil.)
Eckhard J. Schnabel (TEDS)     Hearn Chun (MTS)                  Carol Hepokoski (M/L)
Donald Senior, C.P. (CTU)      Graham A. Cole (TEDS)             John F. Kilner (TEDS)
Klyne Snodgrass (NPTS)         David Cunningham (S-WTS)          Lois Gehr Livezey (MTS)
Sarah Tanzer (MTS)             John S. Feinberg (TEDS)           D. Stephen Long (G-ETS)
Osvaldo D. Vena (G-ETS)        Paul D. Feinberg (TEDS)           Dennis Lyle (MS)
Herold Weiss (NBTS-Affil.)     Bruce L. Fields (TEDS)            C. Ben Mitchell (TEDS)
Audrey L. S. West (LSTC)       Brian Fischer (MS)                Osvaldo Luis Mottesi (NBTS)
Robert W. Yarbrough (TEDS)     Neal F. Fisher (G-ETS-            Thomas Nairn, O.F.M. (CTU)
Khiok-Khng Yeo (G-ETS)         Emeritus)                         F. Burton Nelson (NPTS)
                               Dorothy Folliard, O.P. (MS)       Dawn Nothwehr, O.S.F. (CTU)
Church History                 Stanley Grenz (NBTS-Affil.)       John Pawlikowski, O.S.M.
Philip Anderson (NPTS)         James Griffiss (S-WTS-Vis.)       (CTU)
Paula Datsko Barker (S-WTS)    Wayne Grudem (TEDS)               David Schiedermayer (TEDS-
Alfloyd Butler (NBTS)          Zachary Hayes, O.F.M. (CTU)       Vis)
David Daniels III (MTS)        Philip Hefner (LSTC-Emeritus)     JoAnne Terrell (CTS)
Stephen Graham (NPTS)          Carl Henry (TEDS-Vis.)            Richard Tholin (G-ETS)
Dean Grodzins (M/L)            Antje Jackelen (LSTC)             Kenneth L. Vaux (G-ETS)
Philip Harrold (S-WTS-Adj.)    Theodore Jennings (CTS)           Brent Waters (G-ETS)
Kurt Hendel (LSTC)             Kenneth Kantzer (TEDS)
Lawrence Hennessey (MS)        D. Brent Laytham (NPTS)           World Mission
Cynthia Jürisson (LSTC)        Leo Lefebure (MS)                 Claude Marie Barbour (CTU)
George Kalantzis (G-ETS)       John Linnan, C.S.V. (CTU-Adj.)    Richard Bliese (LSTC)
Richard Kieckhefer (S-WTS-     D. Stephen Long (G-ETS)           Robert E. Coleman (TEDS)
Vis.)                          John McDonnell (MS-Adj.)          Eleanor Doidge, L.oB. (CTU)
Keith Killinger (LSTC-Vis.)    Charles Meyer (MS-Emeritus)       Anthony Gittins, C.S.Sp. (CTU)
Martin Klauber (TEDS-Vis.)     F. Burton Nelson (NPTS)           Paul G. Hiebert (TEDS)
Kevin Madigan (CTU)            Albert Pero Jr. (LSTC)            Ogbu Kalu (MTS)
Scott M. Manetsch (TEDS)       Luis Rivera-Rodríguez (MTS)       John Kaserow, M.M. (CTU-
Philip R. Meadows (G-ETS)      José David Rodríguez (LSTC)       Adj)
Charles Meyer (MS-Emeritus)    Rosemary R. Ruether (G-ETS)       David L. Lindberg (LSTC-
Larry G. Murphy (G-ETS)        Abdul Massih Saadi (LSTC)         Emeritus)
L. Edward Phillips (G-ETS)     Herman E. Schaalman (G-ETS-       Lois McKinney (TEDS)
Daniel Rodríguez-Díaz (MTS)    Adj.)                             Harold A. Netland (TEDS)
Kenneth Sawyer (MTS)           Laurel C. Schneider (CTS)         John W. Nyquist (TEDS)
Julia Speller (CTS)            Robert Schreiter, C.Pp.S. (CTU)   Michael Perry, O.F.M. (CTU-
K. James Stein (G-ETS)         Bomyung Seo (CTS)                 Adj.)
Douglas A. Sweeney (TEDS)      Douglas Sharp (NBTS)              Robert J. Priest (TEDS)
Timothy Weber (NBTS)           Prof. Thandeka (M/L)              Gary Riebe-Estrella, S.V.D.
John D. Woodbridge (TEDS)      Helen Theodoropoulos (S-WTS-      (CTU)
Martin Zielinski (MS)          Adj.)                             Michael F. Sabo (TEDS- Vis.)
                               Susan Thistlethwaite (CTS)        Roger Schroeder, S.V.D. (CTU)
Theology                       Linda Thomas (LSTC)               Mark Thomsen (LSTC)
Javier Alanis (LSTC)           Kevin J. Vanhoozer (TEDS)         Tite Tiénou (TEDS)
Paula Datsko Barker (S-WTS)    Harold Vogelaar (LSTC-Vis.)       Ruth Tucker (TEDS-Vis.)
Robert Barron (MS)             C. John Weborg (NPTS)             Harold Vogelaar (LSTC)
Stephen Bevans, S.V.D. (CTU)   Vítor Westhelle (LSTC)            Wayne Weld (NPTS)
Walter Brennan, O.S.M. (CTU-   Henry J. Young (G-ETS)
Adj)                                                             Ministry: Its Nature and Practice
Harold Brown (TEDS)            Ethics                            Doris Borchert (NBTS)
Sara Butler, M.S.B.T. (MS)     Patrick Boyle, S.J. (MS)          David Bumbaugh (M/L)
Richard R. Caemmerer Jr.       Charles Cosgrove (NBTS)           Helen Cahill, O.P. (CTU-Adj)
(LSTC-Vis.)                    David Cunningham (S-WTS)          Alva R. Caldwell (G-ETS)
Nigel Cameron (TEDS)           David B. Fletcher (TEDS-Vis)      Richard Carlson (NPTS)



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Charles Cary (MTS)               Elizabeth Francisco (TEDS-      J. Fred Holper (MTS)
Gilberto Cavazos-Gonzalez,       Vis.)                           J. Philip Horrigan (CTU-Adj.)
O.F.M. (CTU)                     Judith Golz (TEDS-Vis.)         Richard Jensen (LSTC)
Helen Cepero (NPTS)              Stephen P. Greggo (TEDS)        Emeritus
Peter T. Cha (TEDS)              Horace L. Griffin (S-WTS)       Paul Koptak (NPTS)
Hearn Chun (MTS)                 Warren Heard, Jr. (TEDS-Adj.)   David L. Larsen (TEDS-
Jo Ann Deasy (NPTS)              John E. Hinkle Jr. (G-ETS)      Emeritus)
John Dreibelbis (S-WTS)          David A. Hogue (G-ETS)          Crawford Loritts (TEDS-Vis.)
W. Dow Edgerton (CTS)            Ndung'u Ikenye (S-WTS-Adj.)     Erwin Lutzer (TEDS-Vis)
Sandra Edwards (MTS)             Everett Jackson (NPTS)          Ruth Meyers (S-WTS)
David Esterline (MTS)            Emma Justes (NBTS)              William Murry (M/L)
Mary Frohlich (CTU)              Jane Koonce (NPTS)              Morris Niedenthal (LSTC)
Scott Haldeman (CTS)             Bryan N. Maier (TEDS)           Emeritus
Hugh Halverstadt (MTS)           Kevin McClone (CTU-Adj)         Carol Norén (NPTS)
Juan Huitrado (CTU)              David J. McKay (TEDS-Adj.)      Theodore Olsen (TEDS)
Emma Justes (NBTS)               Thomas McQuaid (MS)             Gilbert Ostdiek, O.F.M. (CTU)
Deborah Kapp (MTS)               Robert Moore (CTS)              Arturo Perez (CTU-Adj)
Paul Lachance, O.F.M. (CTU)      Miriam Stark Parent (TEDS)      Michael Quicke (NBTS)
Roy W. Larson (G-ETS)            James N. Poling (G-ETS)         Craig Satterlee (LSTC)
James Lee (NBTS-Affil.)          Lallene J. Rector (G-ETS)       Greg R. Scharf (TEDS)
Wonkee Dan Lee (NBTS)            Daniel Schipani (NBTS-Affil.)   Daniel Siwek (MS)
Crawford W. Loritts Jr. (TEDS)   Linda Sevcik, S.M. (MS)         Edward Spytek (G-ETS)
Myron McCoy (G-ETS)              Phillis Shepard (NPTS)          Dwight W. Vogel (G-ETS)
Veronica Mendez, R.C.D. (MS)     Miriam Stark (TEDS)             Robert Webber (NBTS)
Osvaldo Luis Mottesi (NBTS)      Paul Wachdorf (MS)              C. John Weborg (NPTS)
Deborah Mullen (MTS)             Bartholomew Winters (MS-Adj)
William R. Murry (M/L)                                           Religious Education
Susann Pangerl (M/L)             Supervised Ministry             Warren Benson (TEDS)
Gary E. Peluso-Verdend (G-       Doris Borchert (NBTS)           Reginald Blount (G-ETS)
ETS)                             Richard Carlson (NPTS)          Doris Borchert (NBTS)
Richard Perry (LSTC)             Martin Crain (TEDS)             Paul Bramer (NPTS)
Robert Price (NBTS)              John Dreibelbis (S-WTS)         Elizabeth Caldwell (MTS)
Michael Quicke (NBTS)            Mark A. Fowler (G-ETS)          Linda M. Cannell (TEDS)
Jerold Reed (NPTS)               Michael P. Green (TEDS)         Deborah A. Colwill (TEDS-Vis)
Michael D. Reynolds (TEDS)       Connie Kleingartner (LSTC)      Margaret Ann Crain (G-ETS)
Arlin Rothauge (S-WTS)           Joanne Lindstrom (MTS)          John Dally (S-WTS)
Donald Steele (MTS)              Veronica Mendez, R.C.D. (MS)    Perry G. Downs (TEDS)
Al and Mavis Streyffeler (G-     Deborah Mullen (MTS)            Duane H. Elmer (TEDS)
ETS)                             Eugene R. Swanstrom (TEDS)      Muriel I. Elmer (TEDS-Adj)
Wayne Teasdale (CTU-Adj)         Raymond Webb (MS)               M. Susan Harlow (M/L)
John Tolley (M/L)                                                Jose R. Irizarry (LSTC)
Jeffery L. Tribble Sr. (G-ETS)   Worship and Preaching           Jeanette Lucinio, S.P. (CTU)
Barbara B. Troxell (G-ETS)       Mark Bangert (LSTC)             Charles M. Sell (TEDS)
Mark W. Wendorf (MTS)            Michael A. Bullmore (TEDS)      Phillip W. Sell (TEDS)
Richard Wojcik (MS-Emeritus)     Alfloyd Butler (NBTS)           Mark H. Senter III (TEDS)
Victor Yoon (MTS)                Donald F. Chatfield (G-ETS)     Jack L. Seymour (G-ETS)
                                 Martin R. Crain (TEDS)          Linda J. Vogel (G-ETS)
Pastoral Care                    John Dally (S-WTS)              Richard Walsh (CTU-Adj.)
Homer Ashby Jr. (MTS)            Ruth C. Duck (G-ETS)            Ted Ward (TEDS)
Kathleen Billman (LSTC)          John D. Erickson (TEDS-Vis)
Keith J. Bjorge (TEDS-Vis)       John Farry (CTU-Adj.)           Canon Law
Lee Butler Jr. (CTS)             Robert Finster (S-WTS)          John Dolciamore (MS-Emeritus)
George Cairns (CTS)              Brian Fischer (MS)              Therese Sullivan, S.P. (CTU)
Mary Chase-Ziolek (NPTS)         Edward Foley, Capuchin (CTU)    Todd Young (S-WTS-Adj.)
David E. Dillon (TEDS)           Richard Fragomeni (CTU)




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         CLUSTERS AND COOPERATIVE ACTIVITIES

Northside Chicago Theological Institute
The Northside Chicago Theological Institute (NCTI) was organized in 1971 for educational and
ecumenical purposes by five theological schools: Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, North Park
Theological Seminary, Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, Mundelein Seminary and Trinity
Evangelical Divinity School.

The schools are located on the north side of the Chicago area, with one in Chicago, two on contiguous
campuses in Evanston adjacent to Northwestern University, one in Deerfield and one in Mundelein.

The activities of the NCTI are under the direction of a board of directors whose officers are elected
biennially. From its beginning the NCTI has emphasized the importance of student representation on its
boards and committees. The NCTI sponsors two academic courses each year.

The Church and Its Mission, a fall seminar, explores the views of several major Christian communions on this
theme. The weekend sessions are held on the campus of Mundelein Seminary for a minimal fee. Credit hours are
contingent on whether the school is on a quarter or semester system. The seminar is scheduled for October 5-6 and
26-27, 2001. For further information call Sister Sara Butler, M.S.B.T., at MS: 847.970.4868; or Richard Carlson at
NPTS: 773.224.6227.

The spring seminar, Prayer and Life in the Spirit, has addressed various theological themes in Christian
spirituality and practice and has focused on the diversity of ways in which Christians of many traditions
understand prayer and life in the Spirit. In its present format the seminar includes two overnight intensive
retreat experiences on the campus of Mundelein Seminary.Registration is limited. Student participants
pay a minimal fee. For further information regarding the seminar, contact Professor John Weborg,
coordinator, at NPTS: 773.244.6231.

Each member school of NCTI observes the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity through activities appropriate to its
own tradition. Exchange of pulpit speakers has proven enriching for the schools.

The Hyde Park Cluster of Theological Schools
The five ACTS schools located in Hyde Park (Catholic Theological Union, Chicago Theological
Seminary, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, McCormick Theological Seminary, and
Meadville/Lombard Theological School) and the Divinity School of the University of Chicago identify
themselves as the Hyde Park Cluster of Theological Schools. The cluster seeks ways to deepen academic
cooperation and sharing beyond those made possible by the ACTS structure.
The purposes of the cluster are to (1) promote academic cooperation among the schools in Hyde Park; (2)
foster dialogue and scholarship among its faculties through support of discipline groups and
interdisciplinary colloquies; (3) develop support for academic programs through cooperative student
services, recruitment and language programs; and (4) aid in communication and planning among the
member institutions.
A committee consisting of the chief academic officers of the six schools administers the Hyde Park
Cluster of Theological Schools. The chief executive officers of the cooperating institutions serve as an
advisory board to the committee, especially in areas related to institutional planning.



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ACTS Doctor of Ministry in Preaching Program
A Doctor of Ministry in Preaching degree is offered by a group of six ACTS schools as an accepted
program of the association. The six schools are Chicago Theological Seminary, Lutheran School of
Theology at Chicago, McCormick Theological Seminary, North Park Theological Seminary, Northern
Baptist Theological Seminary, and Seabury-Western Theological Seminary. The program is ecumenical
and cross-disciplinary in its design. The curriculum includes three summer residencies of three weeks
each in Chicago, two preaching ministry projects, and a final thesis. Each student’s program is tailored to
his or her needs in consultation with a supervisor and peers in the residency, as well as with a parish
advisory committee. Interested persons should contact Richard Jensen, Dean of the Program, 1100 E. 55th
Street, Chicago, IL 60615; phone 773.256.0777; or Danna Gobel, Program Coordinator, ACTS D.Min. in
Preaching Program, 5555 South Woodlawn, Chicago, IL 60637; phone: 773-947-6270.

ACTS Travel Study Opportunities
Opportunities to travel and study outside Chicago are offered for course credit by several ACTS schools;
they are listed below by geographic area. Students from CTU, LSTC, and MTS may contact the office of
the Chicago Center for Global Ministries for full details about programs and funding.
Africa. CCGM (LSTC, MTS, CTU) offers to students on a yearly basis overseas exchange opportunities
in Africa. CCGM offers a cross-cultural quarter in Ghana. For more information contact Richard Bliese at
the CCGM office, 773.363.1342.
Caribbean. G-ETS offers a study tour, Religion and Culture in the Hispanic Caribbean, January 7–18,
2002. For information, contact registrar’s office, 847.866.3905.
Chicago. CTU offers a cross-cultural quarter in Chicago. Phone Richard Bliese at CCGM, 773.363.1342.
Eastern Europe. LSTC periodically offers students internships in Eastern Europe. For information
contact Connie Kleingartner, LSTC; phone: 773.256.0746.
Germany. The Collegium Oecumenicum in northern Munich, Germany, offers LSTC students the chance
to live and study for up to a year among a community of 50 students from Germany and other parts of the
world. Students do their academic work at the University of Munich. Students may register for the winter
semester (November to February) and/or the summer semester (May to August). Students from other
ACTS schools who are interested in this program should contact Dean Kadi Billman, LSTC,
773.256.0721.
Israel. CTU offers a program in Israel as an opportunity to reflect prayerfully on the Scriptures in the
Holy Land. A portion of each day is given to orientation to biblical sites as well as visiting sites and a
portion is reserved for prayer and reflection. For information and application forms, contact Mary Jo
Curtsinger, CTU; phone: 773.753.5355; e-mail: mjcurtsinger@ctu.edu.
Israel/Jordan. CTU offers a program in Israel and Jordan June 2003. This study tour is a three-week
intensive with guided exploration of biblical and historical sites directed by Barbara Bowe, RSCJ. One
may receive credit for this course (B502) by taking a prerequisite, History and Archaeology of Israel
(B475), offered in the evening during the spring quarter. This study tour is offered at the end of the spring
quarter in odd numbered years. For information and application forms, contact Mary Jo Curtsinger, CTU;
phone: 773.753.5355; e-mail: mjcurtsinger@ctu.edu.
Malta/North Africa. CTU offers the study travel program Early Christianity in Malta and North Africa.
Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ, directs the program. For information and application forms, contact Mary Jo
Curtsinger, CTU; phone: 773.753.5355; e-mail: mjcurtsinger@ctu.edu.
Mexico/U.S. Border. The CCGM-sponsored course Cross-Cultural Quarter is designed to prepare for
cross-cultural ministry within a global environment. The centerpiece of the course is a three-week trip to
the Mexico/U.S. border. Preparation and debriefing sessions are also part of the course. For more
information, contact Stephen Bevans or Richard Bliese at 773.363.1342.




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Middle East. CTU offers an extended program of study and guided exploration of biblical sites late
August–mid-November. Course work concentrates on the history and archaeology of Israel in a variety of
Old and New Testament traditions. A six-day reentry program conducted at CTU concludes the on-site
program. Participants earn 12 graduate hours for the travel program, which includes Greece, Turkey,
Israel, Jordan, and Egypt. Apply in January for the following fall quarter. For information and application
forms, contact Mary Jo Curtsinger, CTU; phone: 773.753.5355; e-mail: mjcurtsinger@ctu.edu.
Middle East. LSTC and Evangelicals for Middle East Understanding jointly provide short trips each year
to various sites in the Middle East (including Israel, Palestine, and Turkey) for the purpose of studying
Muslim-Christian relations. For more information, contact Richard Bliese at the CCGM office; phone:
773.363.1342; or Harold Vogelaar, phone: 773.256.0755.
Pine Ridge/Rosebud. CTU offers a cross-cultural quarter at Pine Ridge/Rosebud Reservation in South
Dakota. Preparation and debriefing sessions are also part of the course. Phone Stephen Bevans or Richard
Bliese at CCGM, 773.363.1342.
Sweden. Under an agreement between LSTC and the University of Uppsala, LSTC students may study at
the University of Uppsala on a full-time basis for a year; courses are offered in English. Students from
other ACTS schools who are interested in this program should contact Ralph Klein, LSTC; phone:
773.256.0721; or Richard Bliese at the CCGM office; phone: 773.363.1342.

ACTS Urban Clinical Pastoral Education Program
Six schools (Chicago Theological Seminary, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Lutheran School
of Theology at Chicago, McCormick Theological Seminary, Meadville/Lombard Theological School, and
the Divinity School of the University of Chicago) and one hospital system (Advocate Health Care, related
to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the United Church of Christ) sponsor the ACTS
Urban Clinical Pastoral Education Program in the summer and during the academic year. Accredited by
the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, the program offers a nontraditional CPE experience with
a focus on urban and public ministry. It brings together the CPE methodology of integration of personal
and professional attributes with the practice of ministry in urban agencies, parishes, and community
organizations. The goals of the program are to enable students
• To experience ministry in a cross-cultural setting
• To learn how to enter into an ongoing community organization, agency, or parish
• To develop the ability to do social analysis
• To discern and maintain a balance between ministry to individuals and ministry to structures
• To develop an awareness of the important linkages and connections necessary in public ministry
settings.
• To develop an awareness of different approaches to public ministry and to define an approach that is
consistent with their own theological tradition
• To gain a sense of hope regarding involvement in the public sector
• To develop an ability to reflect on their own learning process and to include others in that process.
The summer intensive program runs full time from mid-June through late August, and the yearlong
program for 30 weeks, 15 hours per week, in coordination with the seminary calendars. Applicants should
complete the standard ACPE application, have an admission interview with a CPE supervisor, and meet
with the director of the program. Applications submitted by December 20 (for the summer) or May 1 (for
the fall) will be given first priority. There is a $25 application fee. For further information contact Barbara
Sheehan, S.P., Director, ACTS Urban CPE Program, c/o CTS, 5757 South University Ave., Chicago, IL
60637; phone: 773.322.0266; e-mail b-sheehan@msn.com.




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The Center for Ethics and Values
The Center for Ethics and Values at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary offers seminars, lectures,
and conferences on a rich array of public concerns. Recent topics have included dying well in the late
twentieth century, religion and war, the Kosovo crisis, children in the city, the future of health care, and
business ethics. The center is connected with the graduate faculty of Northwestern University and enjoys
the resources of Northwestern’s professional schools as well as those of the churches and synagogues of
the Chicago area. Seminars are also held in out-of-state locations under the sponsorship of churches and
business groups.
ACTS faculty and students are invited to attend lectures of interest or to become involved as scholar-
participants in any of the cycles. For more information, contact the Center for Ethics at 847.866.3915.

The Center for Religion and the News Media
The Center for Religion and the News Media is a collaborative project sponsored by Garrett-Evangelical
Theological Seminary and the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. The center was
established in 1994 to enhance the news media’s coverage of religion and the religious dimension of other
issues. Inquiries about the center should be directed to Roy Larson, Garrett-Evangelical: 847.866.3960.

Chicago Center for Global Ministries
To meet the growing challenges to preparation for ministry posed by globalization trends today, Catholic
Theological Union, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and McCormick Theological Seminary
established the Chicago Center for Global Ministries (CCGM) in 1993. The purpose of the center is to
coordinate more effectively current resources and to build upon those resources to meet the globalization
challenge for ministry, especially in regard to world mission, cross-cultural ministries, interreligious
dialogue, urban ministries and issues of justice, peace and ecology.
CCGM serves as a focus point for these areas of ministry by coordinating course offerings, offering a
forum where concerned faculty may meet to discuss these issues, and providing a locus for new research
efforts in these areas of globalization. At a time when theological education is becoming more
international and multicultural, and the world itself manifests simultaneously a new concern for
particularity and greater possibilities for communication, the work of the Chicago Center for Global
Ministries embraces these paradoxes and complexities as the location for training ministers for the 21 st
century.
For additional information, contact Mark Thomsen, director, or Daniel Rodríguez-Díaz and Charles
Walter, MCCJ, associate directors, at the CCGM office at CTU; phone: 773.363.1342; fax: 773.363.1343;
e-mail: ccgminstry@aol.com.

Hispanic Ministries Programs
Hispanic Ministries programs, offered by McCormick Theological Seminary and the Lutheran School of
Theology at Chicago, offer a concentration within the course of study of the regular M.Div. and M.A.T.S.
degrees. The purpose of the programs is to prepare Hispanics and other bilingual persons to serve
effectively in Hispanic communities. The programs offer courses in all fields of the seminary curriculum
and in the practice of ministry in local Hispanic settings. In addition to the instruction provided by their
own faculties, MTS and LSTC invite outstanding Hispanic theologians and ministerial practitioners to
their campuses to expand the resources available.




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Language Program of the Hyde Park Cluster of Theological Schools
Noncredit courses in French, German, Spanish, Latin and Greek are available to graduate students (and
others) in the Chicago area through the Language Program of the Hyde Park Cluster of Theological
Schools. Designed to help students develop the language skills necessary for academic research, these
courses emphasize grammar and translation practice. Hundreds of university and seminary students have
taken these courses in order to prepare for their graduate language examinations or otherwise to fulfill
their graduate language requirements. Courses are taught throughout the four quarters of the academic
year, and are generally held at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, 1100 East 55th Street (at
University Avenue) or on the University of Chicago campus. Moderate fees are charged. For further
information, please see the Web page at http://www2.uchicago.edu/divinity/languages.html or contact Celia
Brickman by phone: 773.324.9383, or by e-mail <>.

World Mission Institute
The World Mission Institute (WMI) is an annual three-day conference held on the last weekend in April
every year. The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago and Catholic Theological Union, with other
ACTS member schools, have sponsored WMI since 1970. In addition, other educational and mission
organizations help support the WMI each year. Today, the WMI is organized and administered by the
Chicago Center for Global Ministries (CCGM). Each year outstanding international speakers and resource
persons deal with a significant aspect of Christian mission. All students and faculty of ACTS schools are
invited to participate in the WMI without registration charges. Inquiries regarding WMI should be
addressed to the Chicago Center for Global Ministries, 5401 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615;
phone: 773.363.1342; e-mail: .


                      COOPERATING INSTITUTIONS

Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science
The Center for Advanced Study in Religion and Science (CASIRAS) is an independent corporation,
consisting of scientists and theologians. Although it is national in scope, it concentrates a number of its
activities, as well as its administrative office, in Hyde Park and has developed an effective working
relationship with neighboring theological schools. The founder was Ralph Wendell Burhoe, professor
emeritus at Meadville/Lombard Theological School until his death in 1997 and recipient of the 1980
Templeton Award for Progress in Religion. CASIRAS’ activities are held chiefly in cooperation with the
Zygon Center for Religion and Science (ZCRS) at LSTC, of which it is a cofounder. For information
about ZCRS, see the current catalog of LSTC.
CASIRAS and ZCRS seek to achieve a greater integration between the scientific and religious models or
images concerning the nature, destiny, and moral behavior of humans. Dimensions of CASIRAS’ work
include seminars, courses, conferences, symposia, and guided research as well as the publication of
Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science. In cooperation with LSTC and M/L, CASIRAS offers the
Advanced Seminar in Religion and Science (T-672) each year, usually in the spring quarter.
For further information contact Philip Hefner, LSTC: 773.256.0670.




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Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education
200 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 502           President: David J. Frenchak
Chicago, IL 60601-5909
312-726-1200; fax: 312-726-0425
scupe200@aol.com
The Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education (SCUPE) provides specific programs of study in
the area of urban pastoral education. SCUPE works cooperatively with Chicago- area churches and
community agencies and is committed to the development of competent and creative leaders who both
understand and can work with the realities of power, poverty, and pluralism found in cities.
For students interested in exploring urban ministry as a vocation, SCUPE provides an intensive spring-
term program of urban pastoral education that is designed to fit into the core curriculum of a Master of
Divinity degree. Through an integrated educational structure of curriculum, church/agency internship, and
small-group process, SCUPE students live, work, and study in the city, developing both professional and
personal skills. Representative courses include Urban Principalities and the Spirit of the City; Restoring
Urban Communities (Church-based Community Development); Christology and Culture; Urban Issues;
and Dimensions of Leadership for Urban Ministry.
Students unable to undertake the full program may enroll in individual courses offered throughout the
spring term. It is possible for students to extend the internship component of the program into the summer
or take the summer internship as a freestanding program. Courses offered by SCUPE during the academic
year appear with a SCUPE prefix in the course descriptions in this catalog.
Students from NPTS, which is a member of SCUPE, receive both academic and field education credit for
the SCUPE program. Students from other ACTS schools are responsible to arrange details of
accreditation and tuition payment through their seminary dean.
Nurturing the Call, a one-year certificate program offered in conjunction with certain member schools,
uses the spring semester as an entrée to M.Div. work, particularly for working pastors.

Every two years SCUPE hosts the Congress on Urban Ministry, which brings together persons involved
in urban ministry throughout the nation. The next congress will be held in April 2003. A one-week
intensive course is offered in conjunction with the congress.
For further information about SCUPE, contact William Wylie-Kellermann, Director, Graduate
Theological Urban Studies.

Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies
618 S. Michigan Avenue            President: Howard A. Sulkin
Chicago, IL 60605        Vice President for Academic Affairs: Byron L. Sherwin
312-922-9012
Spertus College, the academic division of Spertus Institute, offers graduate degrees (master’s and
doctoral) in Jewish Studies and provides continuing adult education for the Chicago community at large.
The college is the largest nonrabbinical training school for higher Jewish learning in the Midwest. Certain
Spertus degrees may be earned through ―distance learning.‖
Founded in 1924, the institute is comprised of Spertus College, the Asher Library, and Spertus Museum.
The Asher Library and Spertus Museum hold major collections of Jewish art, ritual objects, books,
journals, music videos, and archives. These resources are available to faculty and students of ACTS
schools.
An agreement between Spertus College and the Chicago Cluster of Theological Schools was signed in
1978 to provide for library access and cross-registration of students. Various courses have been taught on
ACTS campuses as well. Spertus courses are open for cross-registration for students of all ACTS schools,
but special considerations may apply. Because procedures for cross-registration, acceptance of courses for



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credit, and modes of payment may differ in individual schools, students are responsible to determine what
particulars apply at their own schools.
For further information about all Spertus courses and programs, contact the Office of Student Services;
phone: 312.322.1769.




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                       THE ACTS LIBRARY COUNCIL
The ACTS Library Council members’ combined library collections comprise over 1.7 million volumes of
books, about 5,000 currently received periodicals, electronic media and modern language laboratory
facilities.
Circulation Policies. Students and faculty of the Library Council member schools have borrowing
privileges at all of the libraries but must abide by the circulation policies of each library. These users may
also request at their local library material from other member libraries that will be sent through the courier
service of the Council. The courier’s schedule is three times a week during fall, winter, and spring
quarters and twice a week during quarter breaks and most of the summer. Most libraries levy fines for
overdue, damaged and lost library materials.
In addition to the resources of their own libraries, all libraries in the Council have access to the Online
Computer Library Center (OCLC), a national and international bibliographic database through which
access to the collections of thousands of libraries and millions of volumes is made available. In addition,
the United Library (G-ETS and S-WTS) is part of the Northwestern University Library computerized
system, and the Catholic Theological Union Library is part of IO (Illinet Online), which gives access to
over 800 libraries in the state of Illinois. All ACTS libraries have connections as well to the Internet and
the World Wide Web.
Mission Statement. The ACTS Library Council recognizes both its responsibility to share the richness of
its combined theological resources and the benefits of networking in the face of financial limitations.
Therefore, the Library Council commits itself to collaborative collection development and to cooperative
organization of and access to resources for theological education. To achieve this mission:
• The Library Council supports its member libraries in collecting resources to support constituent degree
programs and scholarly research and to represent the religious traditions of the member schools.
• The Library Council by systematic planning identifies and coordinates the acquisition of resources in
selecting religious traditions not represented by the member schools.
• The Library Council seeks ways to provide access to those materials not collected by the member
libraries.
• The Library Council provides bibliographic access and delivery of materials among member libraries.
Goals. In order to carry out its mission, the ACTS Library Council has the following goals:
• Provide ready access for the academic communities of the member institutions to information about the
resources for the theological education and research available in the ACTS libraries
• Provide access to these resources themselves through reciprocal borrowing agreements, interlibrary
borrowing, and a courier service
• Insure the acquisition and maintenance of in-depth collections in the religious traditions represented by
the member institutions
• Prevent unintentional duplication of materials among member libraries
• Support programs for the conservation and preservation of ACTS library collections
• Provide a greater range of resources through cooperative acquisition agreements
• Identify and maintain automated systems to support these programs for collection development and
access
• Enable consultation among ACTS librarians and communication between the Library Council and the
Common Council of ACTS.
Library Hours. Hours are given for regular academic sessions. The location is given only for joint
libraries.

Catholic Theological Union                                   Wednesday             p.m.
The Paul Bechtold Library                                    Thursday              8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
773.753.5321; fax 773.753.5340                               Friday                8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  Monday–               8:00 a.m. – 10:00                    Saturday              9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


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  Sunday                  2:00 p.m. – 10:00            Friday               7:45 a.m. – 10:00
                          p.m.                                              p.m.
Chicago Theological Seminary                            Saturday            10:00 a.m. – 6:00
Hammond Library                                                             p.m.
773.752.5757, ext. 225; fax 773.752.7194                Sunday              1:00 p.m. – 12:00
  Monday               8:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.                                p.m.
  Tuesday-             8:30 a.m. – 11:00             Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
  Thursday             p.m.                          Brimson Grow Library
  Friday               8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.         630.620.2104; fax 630.620.2170
  Saturday             10:00 a.m. – 1:00             library@northern.seminary.edu
                       p.m.                             Monday–          9:00 a.m. – 10:00
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary                Friday           p.m.
Seabury-Western Theological Seminary                    Saturday         9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
The United Library                                   Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Both campuses                                        Rolfing Memorial Library
G-ETS 847.866.3909; fax 847.866.3957                 847.317.4000; fax 847.317.4012
S-WTS 847.328.9300                                      Monday–             7:30 a.m. – 11:00
  Monday-              8:30 a.m. – 10:00                Thursday            p.m.
  Thursday             p.m.                             Friday              7:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  Friday               8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.            Saturday            9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  Saturday (G-         12:00 p.m. – 5:00                Sunday              3:00 p.m. – 8:00
  ETS)                 p.m.                                                 p.m.
  Sunday               6:00 p.m. – 10:00
                       p.m.                          University of St. Mary of the Lake
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago               Feehan Memorial Library
McCormick Theological Seminary                       847.970.4820; fax 847.566.5229
Society of Jesus: Chicago Province                     Monday–          8:00 a.m. – 4:30
Jesuit.Krauss.McCormick (JKM) Library                  Friday           p.m.
LSTC campus
773.256.0739; fax 773.256.0737                       Wheaton College Libraries
  Monday–               8:30 a.m. – 10:00            Billy Graham Center Library
  Thursday              p.m.                         630.752.5084, .5194; fax 630.752.5916
  Friday–Saturday       8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.          Monday–          9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  Sunday                6:00 p.m. – 10:00              Friday
                        p.m.                           Saturday         10:00 a.m. – 2:00
Meadville/Lombard Theological School                                    p.m.
The Wiggin Memorial Library
773.256.3000, ext. 248; fax 773.256.3008             Buswell Memorial Library
  Monday–            9:00 a.m. – 5:00                630.752.5101, .5102; fax 630.752.5855
  Friday             p.m.                              Monday–             7:30 a.m. – 11:45
North Park Theological Seminary                        Thursday            p.m.
North Park University Library                          Friday              7:30 a.m. – 9:45 p.m.
773.244.6239, .5580; fax 773.244.4891                  Saturday            8:15 a.m. – 9:45 p.m.
  Monday–               7:45 a.m. – 12:00
  Thursday              p.m.




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                               ACADEMIC CALENDARS
At present the Hyde Park schools and Northern Baptist use calendars that parallel the University of
Chicago. Garrett-Evangelical and Seabury follow a calendar similar to Northwestern University.

Both North Park and Trinity have semester calendars. Trinity’s is divided into quads A and B with some
courses offered for the full semester. Fall Semester courses and those offered in Fall Quad A or B, are listed
in the Fall section of courses. Because the opening of Spring Semester and Spring Quad A courses
coincides with the beginning of the Winter Quarter at the other ACTS schools, these courses are listed in
the Winter section. Spring Quad B courses appear in the Spring section.

 Fall 2001      CTU      CTS      GETS     LSTC     MTS        MLTS     MS       NPTS        NBTS         SWTS    TEDS
Preterm         9/3                        8/25     8/27
Registration    9/20     9/19     9/14     9/19-    9/17-      9/17-             8/22        9/17,18,20   9/20-
Fall Q                                     20       20         20                                         21
Classes begin   9/24     9/24     9/24     9/24     9/24       9/24     9/4      8/27        9/24         9/24    Q.A
                                                                                                                  8/27-
                                                                                                                  10/12
Last day to     10/1     9/28     9/28              9/28       9/28     9/14     break       9/29                 break
add/drop                                                                         10/16-21                         10/15
Registration    11/12-   11/12-   11/14    11/14-   11/13-     11/26-   10/8-    Nov.        11/12-16     11/16   Q. B
Winter Q        14       16                15       14         29       19                                        10/16
Thanksgiving    11/21-   11/22-   11/19-            11/22-     11/22-            11/22-25    11/19-23             11/21-
recess          22       23       23                25         23                                                 23
Fall quarter    12/7     12/7     12/7     12/7     12/7       12/8     11/9     12/7        12/8         12/7    12/7
ends
   Winter                                                                        Break
   2002                                                                          12/8-
                                                                                 1/13
Classes begin   1/2      1/2      1/3,     1/2      1/2        1/2      11/26    Intensive   Regis.       1/2     Quad
                                  21                                             1/14-2/1;   1/10-11;             A 1/7-
                                                                                 Spring      classes              2/22
                                                                                 2/11        1/15
Last day to     1/9      1/9      1/22              1/11       1/4      12/7                 1/21
add/drop
Martin Luther            1/21              1/21     1/21       1/21     break    1/21        1/21                 1/21;
King Jr. Day                                                            12/21-                                    break
                                                                        1/6                                       2/25-
                                                                                                                  3/5
Registration    2/11-    2/25-    1/20     2/20-    2/26-      3/4-7    1/7-18               2/25-3/1;
Spring Q        13       3/1               21       27                                       3/21-22
Winter          3/15     3/15     3/15     3/16     3/15       3/16     2/15                  3/23        3/15
quarter ends
   Spring
    2002
Classes begin   3/25     3/25     3/25     3/25     3/25       3/25     3/4                  4/1          3/27    Quad
                                                                                                                  B 3/6
Easter recess   3/28-             3/28-    3/29     3/29                3/26-    3/9-17,     3/29                 4/28-
                29                29                                    4/2      3/29                             29
Last day to     4/1      4/2      4/1               3/28       3/29     3/15                 4/5
add/drop
Registration    5/18-    5/13-                      4/29-               4/22-                5/30-31
Fall Q          20       18                         5/10                5/3
Memorial                 5/27              5/27     5/27       5/27                          5/27
Day
Spring          5/31     5/31     3/30     5/31     5/31       6/8      5/17     5/24        6/8          6/1     4/26
quarter ends



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       INFORMATION ABOUT COURSE LISTINGS

Organization and Abbreviations Used
In the following section the courses of the ACTS schools and SCUPE are listed for each quarter according
to an outline of these major areas of study: Biblical, Historical, Theological, Ethical, Religion and Society,
World Mission, History of Religions and Ministry. Each area is subdivided further (see the complete
outline at the beginning of the section ―Evening/Weekend and Intensive Courses‖). In each unit of the
outline, courses are listed in alphabetical order of the initials of the institutions as follows:
     CTS         Chicago Theological Seminary
     CTU         Catholic Theological Union
     G-ETS       Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
     LSTC        Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
     M/L         Meadville/Lombard Theological School
     MS          Mundelein Seminary
     MTS         McCormick Theological Seminary
     NBTS        Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
     NCTI        Northside Chicago Theological Institute
     NPTS        North Park Theological Seminary
     SCUPE Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education
     S-WTS Seabury-Western Theological Seminary
     TEDS        Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
 All courses listed in this catalog are open for cross-registration. Mundelein Seminary and Trinity
     Evangelical Divinity School include only a selection of their course offerings. For complete
     listings, contact the registrars.
 H suffix—courses taught in Spanish
 K suffix—courses taught in Korean
 P— Permission of instructor
 L—Limited enrollment
 M, T, W, Th or R, F, Sa, Su are used for days of the week. TBA indicates that professor or time
     remains to be arranged. (See note regarding updating of course listings in following section on
     cross.registration.)
 Most courses are equivalent to 3 quarter hours of credit; please consult with registrar.

Explanation of Course Numbers
CTS
Fields of study                     Levels of courses
CH     Christian Heritage           300–399 Introductory
TEC Theology, Ethics                400–499 Intermediate
       and Contemporary Culture 500–599 Advanced
CM Christian Ministries             600–699 Doctoral
CTU
Fields of study           Levels of courses
B      Biblical Studies                 300 Foundation courses at introductory
                                                level
C      Cross-Cultural Studies           400 Foundation courses at the advanced
                                                level
D      Doctrinal Studies                500 Advanced seminars, require foundation
                                                courses



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E      Ethical Studies                        600    Advanced seminars, D.Min. and M.A.
                                                     level
H      Historical Studies                     Courses preceded by double or triple letters
I      Interdisciplinary/Integrative          (with the exception of MW) are applicable to
       Studies                                more than one academic area.
M      Ministerial Studies
MP     Ministry Related to Pastoral
       Theology
MW     Ministry Related to Word and
       Worship
S      Spirituality Studies
W      Word and Worship Studies
G-ETS
Fields of study Levels of courses
11 Old Testament                                                         501–      Foundational
                                                                         599
12   New Testament                                                       601–      Intermediate (masters only)
                                                                         699
13   Church History                                                      801-899   Advanced (masters and
                                                                                   PhD)
21   Theology                                                            901-999   PhD only
22   Ethics and Society
31   Preaching, Worship, and Church Music
32   Pastoral Psychology and Counseling
33   Christian Education
34   Church Administration, Evangelism, and Spiritual
     Formation
35   Religion and Media
40   Interdisciplinary

LSTC
Fields of study Levels of courses
B Biblical Studies                             300–399        Introductory
H Historical Studies                           400–499        Intermediate
T Theological Studies                          500–599        Advanced
E Ethical Studies                              600–699        Doctoral
W World Mission Studies
M Ministry Studies
I    Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies

M/L
Fields of study Levels of courses
B     Biblical Studies                          300–399        Introductory
H     Historical Studies                        400–499        Intermediate
T     Theological Studies                       500–599        Doctoral
E     Ethical Studies
W     World Mission Studies
HR History of Religions
M     Ministry Studies
I     Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies


MS



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Fields of study Levels of courses
BI     Sacred Scripture         200–299 Required
SY Systematic Theology 300–399 Intermediate/Elective
CL` Christian Life              400–499 Advanced, requiring research
HI     Church History
WO Worship
PL     Pastoral Life
MTS
Fields of study Levels of courses
B Biblical Studies                         300–399 Introductory
H Historical Studies                       400–499 Intermediate
T Theological Studies                      500–599 Advanced
E Ethical Studies                          600–899 Doctoral
M Ministry Studies
I    Interdisciplinary/Integrative Studies

NBTS
Fields of study Levels of courses
BL Biblical Languages                  300–399    Introductory
BS Biblical Studies                    400–499    Intermediate
CH Church History                      500–599    Advanced
CT Church and Society                  600–699    D.Min.
ED Christian Education
IN     Integrative/Interdisciplinary
ME Missions and Evangelism
MN Pastoral/Parish Ministry
NT New Testament Studies
OT Old Testament Studies
PC Pastoral Care
SM Supervised Ministry
TE Ethics
TH Theological Studies
UR Urban Ministry
WS Worship and Spirituality
YM Youth Ministry
NPTS
Fields of study Levels of courses
BIBL      Bible                                  0099        Noncredit foundational
CEDF Christian Education and Formation           5100–5199   First.year core or introductory
HSTY History                                     6200–6299   Second.year core or elective
MNST Ministry                                    7300–7399   Third.year core or elective
SPFM Spiritual Formation
THEO Theology
S-WTS
Fields of study Levels of courses
01       Old Testament                   500–599    Introductory
02       New Testament                   600–699    Intermediate; prerequisites
03       Church History                             or permission required
04       Religion and the Arts           700–799    Advanced; permission
05       Theology                                   required for nondoctoral students
06       Spirituality
08       Ethics and Moral Theology
09       Liturgics



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10       Religion in the United States
11       Church Music
12, 13 Christian Ministries
14       Christian Education
15       Practica
16       Theological Bibliography
17       Preaching
TEDS
Fields of study Levels of courses
NT New Testament Studies                     400-499   Preparatory; not for graduate credit
CH Church History                            600–699   Intermediate
OT Old Testament and Semitic Studies         700–799   Advanced
      and the History of Christian Thought   500–599   Introductory
ME Missions and Evangelism                   800–849   Mainly Th.M. and doctoral
ST Biblical and Systematic Theology          850–994   Doctoral only
PR Philosophy of Religion
CC Christianity and Contemporary Culture
EM Educational Ministries
PC Pastoral Counseling and Psychology
H     Homiletics
PT Pastoral Theology
BE Bioethics




How To Cross-Register
Students of any of the ACTS schools may take courses from any of the other member schools
directly and with no added charges. Cross-registration into courses of the ACTS Urban Clinical
Pastoral Education Program, SCUPE or Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies may involve different
procedures and payment from each ACTS school; students are responsible to determine what
particulars apply at their own schools.

Exceptions to the process of cross-registration exist (1) during the summer quarter when tuition is
normally paid to the school offering the course; (2) for D.Min. courses other than Pastoral Care
and Counseling and for those students in the ACTS D.Min. in Preaching Program; and (3) in
certain courses with limited enrollment. Each school in ACTS reserves the right to limit
enrollment in certain courses for pedagogical reasons and to set its own policies for the admission
of students from other schools to such courses. A student who cross-registers is subject to the
policy for incompletes at the school offering the course.

Although the course listings are kept current on the Web, please consult the registrar of each
school for changes and corrections before registering for courses.




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             COURSES BY SCHEDULE AND TOPIC

Outline of Courses
Biblical Studies
Old Testament (OT)
           I.       Introductory
           II.      Canonical Corpus
New Testament (NT)
           I.       Introductory
           II.      Books of the New Testament
           III.     Topics in New Testament
           IV.      New Testament Greek
Historical Studies (HS)
           I.       Introductory
           II.      History of Particular Traditions
           III.     History—Individuals
           IV.      American Church History
           V.       Topics in Church History
Theological Studies (TS)
           I.       Introductory and Foundational
           II.      Particular Individuals or Traditions
           III.     Topics in Theology
Ethical Studies (ES)
           I.       Moral Theology
           II.      Topics in Ethics
Religion and Society Studies
World Mission Studies
History of Religions
Ministry Studies (MS)
           I.       The Nature and Practice of Ministry
           II.      Spirituality and Spiritual Direction
           III.     Pastoral Care
           IV.      Liturgy and Worship
           V.       Preaching and Communication
           VI.      Educational Ministry of the Church
           VII.     Polity and Canon Law




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  2001–2002 Quarter Starting Dates

                      School                                           Fall              Winter            Spring
Catholic Theological Union CTU                                    September 24       January 2         March 25
Chicago Theological Seminary CTS                                  September 24       January 2         March 25
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary G-ETS                    September 24       January 3/21      March 25
Lutheran School of Theology LSTC                                  September 24       January 2         March 25
McCormick Theological Seminary MTS                                September 24       January 2         March 25
Meadville/Lombard Theological School M/LTS                        September 24       January 2         March 25
Mundelein Seminary MS                                             September 4        November 26       March 4
North Park Theological Seminary NPTS                              August 27          January 14        February 11
Northern Baptist Theological Seminary NBTS                        September 24       January 15        April 1
Seabury-Western Theological Seminary S-WTS                        September 24       January 2         March 27
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School TEDS                          August 27          January 7         March 6



  Detailed list of courses

  Biblical Studies

  Sch/Cs #    Title/Description                                               FALL              WINTER           SPRING
  CTU         Biblical Foundations of Spirituality                                              Winter
  SB 480      The religions of Israel and early Christianity are                                MW 2:30-3:45
              investigated not only in their historical and biblical                            Bowe
              setting but also in their impact on Christian life and
              ministry.
  CTU         Forms and Meanings in Bible and Culture                         Fall
  BC 581      Examines recurring themes in culture and in the First           MW 8:30-9:45
              Testament to see what light each discipline can cast on         Bergant/Gittins
              the other and on the missionary/theological enterprise.
              Topics may include kinship, power, language, ideas of
              God. Prereq: B 300 or equiv.
  G-ETS       Biblical Interpretation: History and                                              Winter
  11/12-      Development                                                                       M 2-5:45
  905         Development of biblical interpretation as a scholarly                             Anderson/Ven
              discipline. Historical-critical methods and current shift in                      a
              interpretive paradigms are emphasized. The growing
              literature on ethical implications of biblical interpretation
              will also be considered.
  MTS         Introduction to Biblical Studies                                                  Th 6-8:50pm
  B 300       An overview of content and approaches to Scripture that                           Knowles/Tanz
              are responsible to church and academy. Exegesis of texts                          er
              from Hebrew Bible and New Testament. Special attention
              to literary types, historical contexts, methods, and
              resources for understanding.
  NBTS        Taking Scripture to Body and Soul                               T 1-3:40
  BSMN        A study of the use of Scripture in worship, including
  410         drrama, enactment, more.
  NBTS        Seminar in the Holy Land                                                          12/31-1/9/2002
  BS 420      A study tour to acquaint students with the history and                            G. Borchert
              geography of the Holy Land.



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TEDS        Hermeneutics                                                   Fall Semester
NT 751      The science of biblical interpretation with examination        Th 7-9:40pm
            and explanation of its various systems. The disciplines        Osborne
            necessary in biblical interpretation come to be understood
            and developed through the use of selected passages of
            Scripture.
Old Testament
I. Introductory

CTS         People and Faith of Israel I                                   Fall
CH 301      An introduction for beginning students to the historical,      W 9-12
            literary, and theological interpretation of the Hebrew         Stone
            Scriptures. Special attention given to Pentateuch and
            narrative history (Joshua–2 Kings).
CTS         People and Faith of Israel II                                                   Winter
CH 302      An introduction to the historical, literary, and theological                    T 2-5
            interpretation of the prophetic, poetic, and wisdom texts                       Sandoval
            of the Hebrew Scriptures.
CTU         Introduction to the Old Testament                              Fall             Winter        Spring
B 300       A study of the traditions and literature of ancient Israel     MW 11:30-        W 7-9:45pm    MW 8:30-9:45
            against their historical and cultural background. Attention    12:45            Okoye         Hoppe
            will also be given to some of the literary and theological     Okoye
            issues involved in biblical interpretation.
G-ETS       Old Testament Interpretation                                   TTh 6:30-                      Spring
11-511      A comprehensive introduction to the legal, historical,         8:20pm                         TTh 2-3:50
            poetic and prophetic books of the Hebrew Scriptures,           Anderson                       Duncan
            with emphasis on the order and contents, cultural settings,
            literary forms, religious themes and interpretive
            approaches.
LSTC        Pentateuch                                                     Fall
B-          Designed to be the introductory course in the field.           (A)MW 9:30-
310A/B      Studies in literary, historical, and theological questions     10:45 (B) MW
            arising in the interpretation of these books in the Old        2:30-3:45
            Testament.                                                     (A)Klein
                                                                           (B)Menn
LSTC        Pentateuch                                                     Fall
B-310C      Designed to be the introductory course in the field.           Online course.
            Studies in literary, historical, and theological questions     For
            arising in the interpretation of these books in the Old        information
            Testament. Reservations accepted immediately, contact          contact Ralph
            pbartley@lstc.edu. L
                                                                           Klein at
                                                                           rklein@lstc.ed
                                                                           u
LSTC        Old Testament Methods                                                           Winter
B-          Introduces students to the methods of interpreting Old                          (A) MW 8-
311A/B      Testament texts, using the Hebrew language. Special                             9:15pm (B)W
            attention will be given to the Psalms and wisdom                                6:30-9:30pm
            literature.                                                                     (A) Klein
                                                                                            (B)Menn
LSTC        Israel's Prophets                                                                             Spring
B-          Studies in the literature of the prophetic tradition,                                         (A)Th 6:30-
313A/B      including detailed exegesis of selected passages.                                             9:30pm (B)
            Knowledge of Hebrew presupposed.                                                              TTh 1-2:15
                                                                                                          (A)Klein (B)
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LSTC       Graduate Biblical Seminar: Psalms                                 Fall
B-603      An ongoing seminar on the Old Testament.                          T 12:30-4
                                                                             Menn
NBTS       The Pentateuch                                                    Fall
OT 301     A historical, critical, and theological study of the first five   M 9-11:40
01         books of the OT.                                                  Mainelli
NBTS       The Pentateuch                                                    Fall
OT 301     A historical, critical, and theological study of the first five   T 7-9:40
02         books of the OT.                                                  TBA
NBTS       The Former Prophets                                                               M 9-11:40
OT 302     An introductory study of historical, political, religious                         Mainelli
01         and social issues in Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings.
NBTS       The Former Prophets                                                               Winter
OT 302     An introductory study of historical, political, religious                         T 7-9:40
02         and social issues in Joshua, Judges, Samuel and Kings                             Hubbard
NPTS       Interpreting the Old Testament I                                  Fall Semester
BIBL       An introduction to the Torah and Former Prophets of the           M 2:20-5:20
6120       Old Testament in the context of the ancient Near East.            Hubbard
           Includes an introduction to major OT narrative genres and
           the principles for properly interpreting them.
NPTS       Interpreting the Old Testament II                                                 Spring
BIBL       An introduction to the Hebrew Prophets with particular                            Semester
6121       attention to their rhetorical forms and main themes. The                          M 2:20-5:20
           course incorporates an introduction to Hebrew poetry and                          Hubbard
           the principles for properly interpreting it.
S-WTS        Old Testament I                                                 MW 1-2:50
BIBL                                                                         Yamada
500
S-WTS        Old Testament II                                                                Winter
BIBL                                                                                         MW 1-2:50
501                                                                                          Yamada
II. Canonical Corpus

CTS        Reading Genesis                                                   Fall
CH 406     A literary, socio-historical, and anthropological study of        T 9-12
           selected passages from Genesis with attention to some of          Stone
           the multiple ways in which it has been read within
           Judaism and Christianity.
CTU        Early Prophecy: Amos                                                                            TR 11:30-
B 410      A study of eighth-century prophecy in Israel, particularly                                      12:45
           Amos and Hosea. A transcultural approach will give                                              Okoye
           attention to form and content as well as to the transfer of
           meaning to today's context.
CTU        Wisdom Literature                                                                 Winter
B 425      A study of the wisdom theology with its emphasis on                               TR 10-11:15
           human behavior. Primary focus will be on the themes of                            Bergant
           creation, suffering, birth and death, retribution, and
           immortality as found within the wisdom literature.
           Prereq: B 300 or equiv.
CTU        Psalms                                                                                          Spring
B 420      Studies psalms from each literary or liturgical category                                        MW 8:30-9:45
           for language, form, and theology. Explores their presence                                       Bergant
           in the traditions of Israel and the New Testament. Helpful
           for students of liturgy and spirituality. Prereq: B 300 or
           equiv.




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CTU         Pentateuch                                                     Fall
B 400       A study of the literary origins and development of the         TR 10-11:15
            traditions and themes of the Pentateuch in light of their      Okoye
            importance for ancient Israel's theology. Attention is
            given to questions of interpretation.
G-ETS       Psalms and Wisdom                                              Fall                            Spring
11-807      Advanced study of literary units or theological themes.        T 2-5;                          M 2:30-5:30;
            Emphasis on analytical and synthetic interpretive skills.      Ecclesiastes                    Job
            Prereq: 11-511 or equiv. L                                     Duncan                          Duncan
G-ETS       Pentateuch: Exodus                                             Fall
11-801      Advanced study of literary units and theological themes.       T 6:30-9:30
            Emphasis on analytical and synthetic interpretive skills.      pm
            Prereq: 11-511. L                                              Anderson
G-ETS       Prophetic Books: Amos                                                          Winter I
11-803      Advanced study of literary units or theological themes.                        MWF 8-12 &
            Emphasis on analytical and synthetic interpretive skills.                      TTh 8-11
            Prereq: 11-511 or equiv. L                                                     Anderson
G-ETS       Historical Books: Jonah & Ruth                                                 Winter
11-802      Advanced study of literary units and theological themes.                       (A) M 2-5:45;
            Emphasis on analytical and synthetic interpretive skills.                      (B) T 6-9:45
            Prereq: 11-511 or equiv.                                                       pm
                                                                                           Duncan
MTS         Yahwist Revolution                                                             Winter
B 405       A study of Israel's antecedents, birth as a people, early                      W 6:30-
            life as a nation, focusing on Genesis–1 Samuel. Attention                      8:50pm
            to appropriate critical methods for content and theology                       Knowles
            of Israel's epic tradition, law, and oldest poetry.
MTS         From David to Daniel: History, Literature,                                                     Spring
B 406       Theological Ferment                                                                            W 6-8:50pm
            Study of the Israelite and Jewish literature from 2 Samuel                                     Knowles
            to 1 Maccabees, giving in-depth attention to
            representatives of each canonical division and literary
            category. Prereq: B 300 or equiv.
NBTS        Wisdom Literature                                                                              Spring
OT 303      An introduction to the critical, historical, and theological                                   T 7–9:40 p.m.
            study of the books of Job, Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes,                                     Mariottini
            and Song of Songs. Special attention will be given to the
            concept of Wisdom in the Ancient Near East and Israel. L
NPTS        Psalms                                                         Fall Semester
BIBL        Inductive study of the literary form, cultural background,     Th 3:10-5
5135        and theological perspective of selected psalms. Suggests       Hubbard
            how psalms might be used in public and private worship
            today.
TEDS        Advanced Hebrew Exegesis: Wisdom Psalms                        Fall Semester
OT 744      Exegesis of the Wisdom Psalms with special attention to        MW 9:30-
            relevant theological issues, structure, central themes, and    10:45
            historical, cultural, and literary contexts.                   VanGemeren
TEDS        English Bible: Jeremiah                                                        Spring Quad A
OT 550      Demonstration of inductive Bible study method and                              M 2:20-4:00
            treatment of the teaching of the book of Jeremiah                              Hoffmeier
III. Topics in Old Testament

CTS         Contemporary Hermeneutical Strategies                          Fall
CH 601      Advanced seminar exploring a range of emerging                 Th 9–12
            hermeneutical strategies (literary, social-scientific,         Liew
            liberationist, feminist, Afrocentrist, womanist,
            deconstructive, psychoanalytic) with attention to impact
            of global and post-Holocaust consciousness.



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CTS      Suffering, Lament, and Human Existence in the                                                  Spring
CH 420   Hebrew Bible                                                                                   T 9-12
         An examination of biblical texts that articulate                                               Stone
         experiences of suffering or question the meaning of
         existence. Texts considered include Psalms, Job,
         Ecclesiastes, and Lamentations. Attention to
         contemporary hermeneutical questions.
CTS      Sex, Gender, and Kinship in the Hebrew Bible                                    Winter
CH 413   An interdisciplinary study of the relations among sex,                          T 9-12
         gender, and kinship in the Hebrew Bible. Attention to the                       Stone
         sociohistorical matrix of the texts and to contemporary
         hermeneutical issues.
CTU      Later Prophecy: Isaiah 40-66                                                    Winter
B 415    A study of selected texts from exilic and postexilic                            S 8:30-11:15
         prophets. Emphasis on the relationship of prophecy to                           Hoppe
         ancient Israel's social and religious institutions. Prereq: B
         300 or equiv.
CTU      History & Archaeology of Israel: OT (Israel)                    Fall
B 476I   An inquiry into some of the nonliterary sources for             9/24/01-
         reconstructing ancient Israel's history. The study of the       12/7/01
         principles of archaeology is complemented with visits to        Hoppe
         archaeological sites in Israel.
CTU      Intertestamental Literature: Jewish Apocalyptic                                                MW 10-11:15
B 417    A survey of noncanonical Jewish literature produced from                                       Okoye
         200 B.C. to A.D. 200. Emphasis on prayer in these texts.
         Prereq: B 300 or equiv.
G-ETS    Female Images: Secular & Divine                                                                Spring
11-825   An exploration of female societal roles and feminine                                           Th 6:30-9:30
         images of the divine in the Bible and in the cultural                                          pm
         setting of ancient Israel. Prereq: 11-511                                                      Anderson/Ruet
                                                                                                        her
LSTC     Graduate Biblical Seminar                                       Fall                           Spring
B-630    An ongoing seminar on the Old Testament. Post-exilic            T 1-4:30                       M 12:45-4
         prophets.                                                       Krentz                         Klein
LSTC     Graduate Biblical Seminar: Biblical Narratives                                  Winter
B-620                                                                                    M 12:30-4
                                                                                         E. Menn
MTS      Pilgrimage Texts in the Old Testament &                                                        Th 9-11:50
B 464    Ancient Near East                                                                              Knowles
NBTS     Women in the Old Testament                                                                     M 9-11:40
OT 450   A study of the role and contribution of women in the Old                                       Mariottini
         Testament.
NPTS     Women of the Old Testament                                                      Spring
BIBL     Explores portraits of selected women from ancient Israel.                       Semester
6245     Consideration also given to metaphorical portraits of                           TTh 10:35-
         women and of God as a female. Formulate biblical                                12:25
         understanding of nature of woman and her roles in                               Hubbard
         Israelite and contemporary society.
NPTS     Biblical Perspectives on Health and Healing                     Fall Semester
BIBL     Reckoning with scripture's cultural, historical, and            M 6:20-
6263     linguistic context to understand scripture's view of health,    9:20pm
         healing and disease, and perspectives on individual and         Bruckner
         community dimensions of health.
S-WTS    Prayer in the Hebrew Bible                                                                     Spring
BIBL                                                                                                    TTh 9-10:50
520                                                                                                     Yamada




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TEDS      History of Israel                                                            Spring
OT 845    An investigation of the study of the history of Israel from                  Semester
          the origins of the nation to the end of the post-exilic                      TTh 2:20-3:35
          period.                                                                      Younger
TEDS      Ugaritic                                                                     Spring
OT 758    Guided reading in selected Ugaritic texts. Study of                          Semester
          Ugaritic vocabulary, morphology, and syntax; linguistic                      TTh 9:30-
          comparison of the language with reference to points of                       10:45
          contact with the Hebrew Bible.                                               Averbeck
TEDS      Wisdom Studies                                                               Spring
OT 845D   Discussion of major issues that have emerged from the                        Semester
          recent studies in wisdom literature, with emphasis on the                    TTh 8-9:15am
          student's own literary and theological reading of selected                   Lyu
          Biblical wisdom texts.
IV. Hebrew Language

CTU       Introduction to Biblical Hebrew I                                            Winter
B 325     This is the first part of a two-quarter course which studies                 MTWR 4-5
          the grammar and vocabulary of biblical Hebrew in order                       Hoppe
          to prepare students to work with the Hebrew text.
CTU       Introduction to Biblical Hebrew II                                                           Spring
B 326     This is the second part of a two-quarter course which                                        MTWTh 4-5
          studies the grammar and vocabulary of biblical Hebrew in                                     Hoppe
          order to prepare students to work with the Hebrew text.
          Prereq: B 325 or equiv.
G-ETS     Elementary Hebrew I                                                          Winter
11-641    Introduction to the elements of biblical Hebrew (grammar                     TTh 1-1:50 &
          and syntax) and translation of selected prose texts in the                   F 1-2:50
          Hebrew Bible. Two-unit course; credit for 11-641 upon                        TBA
          satisfactory completion of 11-642.
G-ETS     Elementary Hebrew II                                                         Winter
11-642    Introduction to the elements of biblical Hebrew (grammar                     TTh 1-1:50 &
          and syntax) and translation of selected prose texts in the                   F 1-2:50
          Hebrew Bible. Course continues and completes sequence                        TBA
          begun in 11-641.
G-ETS     Intermediate Hebrew                                            Fall
11-643    Rapid reading of prose and poetry, review of grammar           TBA F 11:30
          and vocabulary, introduction to text criticism. Prereq: 11-    (lst mtg)
          641/642 or equiv.                                              Duncan
LSTC      Hebrew Pericopes (Practicum)                                   Fall
B-01      Yearlong class meeting weekly. Students attend the             M 12-1
          scheduled one-hour practicum on the Hebrew lessons, do         E. Menn
          weekly assignments, and meet occasionally with the
          instructor.
LSTC      Hebrew Pericopes (Practicum)                                                 Winter
B-03                                                                                   M 12-1
                                                                                       Klein
LSTC      Hebrew Pericopes (Practicum)                                                                 Spring
B-05                                                                                                   M 12-1
                                                                                                       E. Menn
LSTC      Biblical Hebrew I                                              Fall
B-300     An introduction to the grammar of Hebrew, designed to          MWTh 1-2:15
          equip students to use the language in exegetical work.         Klein
          Credit is given for this course alone, but the grammar
          cycle is completed in Biblical Hebrew II.




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MTS       Introduction to Hebrew Exegesis I                              Fall Preterm
B 321     First part of a nondivisible, two-quarter sequence.            M-F 9-4 8/27-
          Hebrew grammar, translation, and exegesis of primarily         9/15
          prose portions of Hebrew Bible, fundamentals of text           Tanzer
          criticism, and general principles of interpretation. Credit
          only upon completion of B-322.
MTS       Introduction to Hebrew Exegesis II                             Fall
B 322     Completes the sequence begun in B 321; Hebrew                  TTh 10-11:50
          grammar, translation, and exegesis of primarily prose          Tanzer
          portions of Hebrew Bible, fundamentals of text criticism,
          and general principles of interpretation.
MTS       Hebrew III                                                                      Th 9-11:50
B 430                                                                                     Tanzer
NBTS      Hebrew I                                                       Fall
BL 301                                                                   TTh 4-5:30
                                                                         Nogalski
NBTS      Hebrew II                                                                       TTh 4-5:30
BL 302    Preq. BL 301                                                                    Nogalski
NBTS      Hebrew III Exegesis                                                                             Th 4-6:40pm
BL 303    Prereq: BL 301 & BL 302                                                                         Nogalski
NPTS      Beginning Hebrew I                                             Fall Semester
BIBL      A survey of the essentials of biblical Hebrew including        TTh 8-9:25; 6-
6100      basic grammar concepts and the strong verb. A special          7:50
          emphasis on vocabulary building. 3 hours                       Bruckner
NPTS      Hebrew Readings                                                Fall Semester    Spring
BIBL      To assist students in developing a greater facility with the   T 6-7pm          Semester
6102 &    Hebrew language, various texts from the Hebrew Bible           Hubbard          T 6-7pm
6103      are selected for reading and discussion. Prereq: BIBL                           Hubbard
          6100 and 6101. 1 hour.
NPTS      Beginning Hebrew II                                                             Spring
BIBL      Follow-up study of Hebrew verbal system with special                            Semester
6101      emphasis on significance of grammar for interpretation.                         TTh 8-9:25 or
          Course incorporates a preliminary introduction to Hebrew                        6-7:50pm
          syntax and in-depth exegesis through study of biblical                          Bruckner
          texts. Prereq: BIBL 6100.
TEDS      Elementary Hebrew I                                            Fall Semester
OT 503    Essentials of biblical Hebrew grammar with emphasis on         FS 7-9:40pm
          morphology, phonology, syntax, and vocabulary. May not         Blokland
          be taken as audit.
TEDS      Elementary Hebrew II                                                            Spring
OT 504    Further consideration of Hebrew grammar and                                     Semester
          vocabulary with focus on the Hebrew weak verb.                                  M 7-9:40pm
          Designed to prepare the student for exegetical study by a                       Blokland
          detailed consideration of Hebrew syntax and reading of
          selected texts. Prereq: Hebrew I. No audits.
New Testament
Introductory

CTS       Interpreting the Epistles                                                                       Spring
CH 325    Offers an introduction to both the Pauline and non-                                             W 9-12
          Pauline corpus. In addition to reading selected letters in                                      Liew
          light of ancient epistolography and rhetorical practices,
          we will also pay attention to the historical situations of
          these letters.




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CTS      Interpreting the Gospels                                                       Winter
CH 321   An introduction to contemporary research and                                   W 9-12
         perspectives on the four canonical Gospels. The Greco-                         Liew
         Roman milieu of the Gospels, the methodological
         development of Gospel scholarship, and the question of
         the Gospel's genre(s) will be addressed.
CTU      Introduction to New Testament                                  Fall            Winter         T 6:30-9:30pm
B 305    The New Testament writings in their historical, cultural,      T 7–9:45pm      MW 8:30-9:45   Bowe
         religous, and social context. Introduction to                  Reid            Senior
         methodological tools employed in New Testament
         research and to the diverse theologies that comprise the
         New Testament witness to Jesus of Nazareth.
G-ETS    New Testament Interpretation: Matthew–Acts                     Fall            Winter
12-501   Theory and practice of exegesis in relation to selected        TTh 6:30-8:20   TTh 2:45-5
         passages, including textual, literary, form and redaction      pm              Vena
         criticism, and the use of programmed instruction.              Vena
         Exploration of the theology of the evangelists. Lectures
         and section meetings. L
G-ETS    New Testament Interpretation: Romans–                          Fall                           Spring
12-502   Revelation                                                     M 6:30-9:30                    M 2:30-5:30
         Theory and practice of exegesis of selected epistolary         pm                             Yeo
         texts, with attention to the history of early Christianity.    Yeo
         Exploration of the theology of Paul, Acts, and late New
         Testament writings. Lectures and exegetical section
         meetings. L
LSTC     Jesus and the Gospels                                          Fall                           Spring
B-       A study of the four Gospels and the way each author            (A)TTh 8:45-                   (B)TTh 2:30-
331A/B   structured and edited the tradition to respond to the          10:45                          4:30
         specific needs of the church. Introduction to current          West                           West
         reconstructions of the life of Jesus.
LSTC     Life and Letters of Paul                                                       Winter         Spring
B-       Study of the unique character and thought of Paul in the                       (A)TTh 3:30-   (B) W 6-
332A/B   context of the first-century world. Students will interpret                    5:30           9:30pm
         Paul's letters and explore themes in his theology and                          West           Rossing
         ethics.
LSTC     New Testament Methods                                          Fall                           Spring
B-       Introduction to the tools and methods for interpreting the     (A)TTh 2:30-                   (B)W 1-4:30
335A/B   New Testament with practice in social analysis, historical     5:30                           Rhoads
         investigation, word studies, literary criticism, and           Rossing
         liberation exegesis. Greek prerequisite for LSTC M.Div.
         students.
NBTS     Paul and His Letters                                                                          Spring
NT 302   A general introduction to the letters and theology of Paul.                                   T 7-9:40
01       Special attention is given to recent Pauline scholarship.                                     Cosgrove
NBTS     Paul and His Letters                                                                          Th 9-11:40
NT 302   A general introduction to the letters and theology of Paul.                                   Cosgrove
02       Special attention is given to recent Pauline scholarship.
NPTS     Interpreting the New Testament I                               Fall Semester   Spring
BIBL     In this introductory treatment of the Gospels, attention is    M 8-9:50 &      Semester
5150     given to hermeneutics, critical studies, the characteristics   11-12           Internet
         and message of each of the Gospels, and Jesus'                 Snodgrass       Snodgrass
         proclamation of the Kingdom.
NPTS     Interpreting the New Testament II                                              Spring
BIBL     Survey of Acts through Revelation with special emphasis                        Semester
5151     on interpretive issues, historical context, distinctive                        M 2:20-5:20
         content, theological peculiarities, and contemporary                           Belleville
         relevance of Acts and the NT letters.




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NPTS       Introduction to New Testament Greek Exegesis                  Fall Semester
BIBL       Procedures and tools used in exegetical process, textual      TTh 1:30-2:55
5111       criticism, translation, syntax, theological applications,     Belleville
           application to ministry. Experience gained through
           exegesis of a New Testament book. Prereq: BIBL 5108 or
           BIBL 5109–5110.
S-WTS       New Testament I                                                                          Spring
BIBL                                                                                                 WF 9-10:50
550                                                                                                  Adam
Books of the New Testament

CTU        The Gospel According to John                                                  TR 11:30-
B 440      A study with attention to this Gospel's distinctive style                     12:45
           and theology, overall structure, and content. Key sections                    Reid
           used to highlight such major Johannine motifs as
           religious symbolism, sacraments, community, and
           spirituality. Prereq: B 305 or equiv.
CTU        Revelation and Letters of John                                Fall
B 443      Thematic and exegetical study of the revelation or            TR 11:30-
           apocalypse and the letters of John from the perspectives      12:45
           of history, culture, understanding of church, apocalyptic     Bowe
           and epistolary genres, and contemporary interpretation.
           Prereq: B 305 or equiv.
CTU        The Gospel According to Matthew                               Fall
B 430      A study of the context, structure, and major motifs of the    MW 1-2:15
           Gospel of Matthew. Particular attention will be given to      Reid
           the evangelist's role as an interpreter of tradition and
           history for a community in transition. Prereq: B 305 or
           equiv.
CTU        Galatians and Romans                                                                      R 8:30-11:15
B 454      A study of Paul and his theology with special focus on                                    Osiek
           the letters of the Galatians and the Romans. Particular
           attention will be given to Paul's theology of justification
           by faith, his understanding of the law, and empowerment
           by the Spirit.
CTU        Pauline Theology and Writings                                 Fall
B 452-1    The life and thought of Paul in his cultural and              M 7–9:45 pm
           theological setting examined in selected letters with a       Bowe
           view to their message for the contemporary church.
           Prereq: B 305 or equiv.
CTU        Pauline Theology and Writings                                 M 7-9:45pm,
B 452-2    The life and thought of Paul in his cultural and              Inverness
           theological setting examined in selected letters with a       Bowe
           view to their message for the contemporary church.
           Prereq: B 305 or equiv.
G-ETS      The Gospel of John                                            F 9-12
12-801     Exegetical study of the fourth gospel. Exploration of the     Vena
           theology of the evangelist in relation to problems of his
           times; attention to its underlying thought world. Prereq:
           12-501
G-ETS      I Corinthians                                                                             Spring
12-811     Historical setting and literary problem of I Corinthians,                                 F 9-12
           from the point of view of redaction, rhetorical, and                                      Yeo
           audience criticism; theological and ethical concepts
           developed by Paul in response to problems in Corinth.
           Prereq: 12-502 or equiv.




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G-ETS    Galatians                                                                       Winter I
12-808   Critical study with attention to form and rhetoric of the                       MWF 8-12 &
         letter, identity of anti-Pauline opponents, and theological                     TTh 8-11
         motifs such as freedom, law and justification.                                  Yeo
         Contemporary relevance for Protestant theology and
         ethics. Prereq: 12-502
LSTC     Preaching the Gospel of John                                  Fall
B-471                                                                  M 1-4
                                                                       Rossing/Satterl
                                                                       ee
LSTC     Graduate Biblical Seminar                                                       Winter
B-631                                                                                    T 1-4:30
                                                                                         Rossing
LSTC     Graduate Biblical Seminar                                                                    Spring
B-632                                                                                                 T 1-4:30
                                                                                                      Rhoads
MS       Epistle to the Hebrews                                                                       Spring
BI368    Ranked third among the great works of the NT. Life and                                       MTh 8:25-9:20
         ministry of Jesus is reflected on by studying his                                            Akpunonu
         priesthood. Author used life and liturgy of OT to prove
         that Jesus is Great High Priest.
MTS      Paul's First Letter to Corinth                                                               Spring
B 404                                                                                                 Tu 6-8:50 pm
                                                                                                      Yoon
MTS      Interpreting Romans                                                             MW 9-10:50
B 408    Study of the nature and meaning of Paul's epistle.                              Brawley
         Emphasis falls on content and rhetorical function against
         the sociological setting implicit in the letter.
MTS      Epistles of Paul                                              Fall
B 403    Introduction to the seven Pauline letters most scholars       MW 9-10:50
         agree are authentic to Paul, and to problems, methods,        Brawley
         resources of understanding Paul, his letters, and his
         theology. Prereq: B-300
MTS      Acts                                                          Fall
B 327                                                                  M 2-4:50
                                                                       TBA
MTS      The Gospels                                                                                  M 6-8:50pm
B 407    Introduction to the four canonical Gospels with special                                      TBA
         focus on the unique portrait of Jesus each presents. Major
         issues and methods for study of Gospel literature. Central
         emphasis on Christology; minor attention to the historical
         Jesus. Prereq: B-300
NBTS     The Gospel of John                                            Fall
NT 404   An exploration of the distinctive contribution of the         Th 9-11:40
         Fourth Gospel to New Testament theology. Prereq: an           G. Borchert
         introductory course in one or more of the Gospels.
NPTS     First and Second Timothy and Titus                            Fall Semester
BIBL     Analysis of local church ministry as reflected in 1–2         T 3:10-5
5171     Timothy and Titus. Focus on problems faced in pastoral        Belleville
         ministry (e.g., heresy, worship order and roles, leadership
         qualifications, finances) with view to developing models
         for ministry today. 2 hours.
NPTS     Romans                                                                          Spring
BIBL     Focus of this course in on purpose and theology of this                         Semester
5159     crucial letter. Although attention will be given to all of                      T 3:10-5
         the letter, priority will be given to major theological                         Snodgrass
         passages in chapters 1-8.




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TEDS       Synoptic Gospels and Johannine Literature                                     Spring
NT 621     Survey of the Gospels, Johannine letters and book of                          Semester
           Revelation, with more intensive study of selected texts                       W 7-9:40pm
           and issues, including NT background, evaluation of                            Schnabel
           critical approaches, historical reliability, theological
           themes. Prereq: NT Greek Exegesis.

Topics in New Testament

CTS        Feminist Theory and New Testament Criticism                                                Spring
CH 428     Focuses on complex relationship between NT and                                             Th 9-12
           liberation of women. Surveys contemporary feminist                                         Liew
           thought, ancient prescriptions for women, and reading
           strategies NT scholars have used to explore andocentric
           views and language of marginalization.
CTU        Liturgy of the Synagogue I                                     Fall
BW 465     An overview of worship forms in the contemporary               M 10-12:45
           American synagogue with special reference to the               Schaalmann
           common thread and variations in the Jewish
           denominations and to historical backgrounds. (This
           course is sponsored by the Jewish Chautauqua Society.)
CTU        History & Archaeology of Israel: NT (Israel)                   Fall
B 477I     Study of the religious, cultural, geographic, historical and   9/24/01-
           political background of the New Testament world.               12/7/01
           Introduction to methods of biblical archaeology for            Hoppe
           interpreting material remains of early Christianity.
CTU        Jerusalem: The Holy City (Israel)                              Fall
B 407I     A study of Jerusalem's role in the theologies found in the     9/24/01-
           Bible, early Jewish literature, and the Islamic tradition.     12/7/01
                                                                          Hoppe
CTU        The Eucharist in the New Testament                                                         5 Sats
B 482      Investigation of the Eucharist's origins and development                                   TBA
           in the New Testament. Focus on historical questions,
           literary/pastoral presentation while addressing the way
           our findings challenge the Church today with regard to
           inculturation and social justice.
CTU        Social Study of the New Testament                                                          T 1-3:45
B 542                                                                                                 Osiek
CTU        Women and Early Christianity                                   MW 2:30-3:45                MW 10-11:15
BH 440                                                                    Osiek                       Osiek
CTU        Mujerista Perspectives on the Bible                                                        W 1-3:45
B 538                                                                                                 Reid
CTU        Passion Narratives                                                            W 1-3:45
B 530      Auditors with Professor's permission                                          Reid
CTU        Jesus and Judaism (Israel)                                     9/24/01-
B 451I                                                                    12/7/01
                                                                          Reid
G-ETS      New Testament Interpretation through Cross-                                                Spring
12-819     Cultural Eyes                                                                              TTh 4-5:50
           An exercise in cross-cultural hermeneutics. As the                                         Vena
           students work exegetically through some key New
           Testament passages, four different approaches to the
           Bible will be spelled out: African American,
           feminist/womanist, Asian, and Hispanic. L




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MS        Parables of Jesus                                                             Winter
BI372     A study of the parables, why Jesus used them, how the                         MTh 9:55-
          Church and the gospel writers adapted them for their own                      11:15
          times. Through a study of Jeremiah, Dodd, and Crossan,                        McIlhone
          see how the meaning of the Parables provides
          nourishment for the life of the Church today
MTS       Modern Quest for Jesus                                                        Winter
B 466K                                                                                  T 2-4:50
                                                                                        Yoon
NBTS      The Sermon on the Mount                                                       M 7-9:40pm
NT 402    An examination of the Sermon in its historical and ethical                    Cosgrove
          contexts.
NPTS      Apocalyptic Literature                                                        Winter
BIBL      Old Testament, early Jewish, and New Testament                                Intensive
6225      apocalyptic eschatology is studied in this seminar with
          the life of the church and contemporary interpretations of
          prophecy always in view. 2 hours.
NPTS      Apocalyptic Literature                                                        January Term
BIBL                                                                                    TBA
6233                                                                                    Phelan
NPTS      Symposium Topics Course                                       Fall Semester
BIBL      Held in conjunction with annual North Park Symposium          M 2:20-5:20
6262      on the Theological Interpretation of Scripture and deals      Phelan
          with topic of the symposium. Students required to attend
          all sessions of symposium as well as scheduled class
          sessions.
TEDS      Issues in Johannine Theology                                                  Spring
NT 845    Seminar examining aspects of Johannine theology that                          Semester
          clarify some of its unique challenges and its contributions                   MW 12:55-
          to New Testament theology                                                     2:10
                                                                                        Hoskins
TEDS      History of New Testament Interpretation                                       Spring
NT 749    Survey of New Testament criticism from the late                               Semester
          eighteenth century to the present, with emphasis on                           T 7-9:40pm
          development of critical methodologies, relationships                          Yarbrough
          between critical approaches and world view, and
          evangelical responses to key movements.
New Testament Greek

CTU       Biblical Greek I                                              Fall
B 320     A basic introduction to the grammar and vocabulary of         MTWTh
          the Greek New Testament.                                      8:45–9:45
                                                                        Reid
CTU       Biblical Greek II                                                             Winter
B 321     A continuation of B 320, introduction to the grammar and                      MTWTh
          vocabulary of the Greek New Testament. Students will                          8:45–9:45
          begin to read portions of the New Testament text in                           Bowe
          Greek with introductory attention to exegesis.
CTU       The Gospel of John from the Greek Text                                                       Spring
B 441     A study of the Gospel of John with attention to its                                          MW 11:30-
          distinctive style and theology and to its overall structure                                  12:45
          and content. Prereq: elementary Greek. L                                                     Bowe




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LSTC        Biblical Greek I                                              Fall
B-          An introduction to Greek, designed to equip students to       (A)MTTh 1-
307A/B      use the language in exegetical work. LSTC M.Div.              2:15 (B) ELCA
            students are required to complete the Greek sequence          HQ 8765 W.
            with B-308 Biblical Greek II.                                 Higgins Rd,
                                                                          Chicago
                                                                          (A)West
                                                                          (B)TBA
LSTC        Greek II                                                                      Winter
B-          A continuation of Biblical Greek I. Completion of Greek                       (A)TTh 1-2:15
308A/B      grammar. Extensive reading in New Testament texts.                            (B) ELCA HQ
                                                                                          8765 W
                                                                                          Higgins Rd,
                                                                                          Chicago
                                                                                          (A)West
                                                                                          (B)TBA
LSTC        Greek III                                                                                     Spring
B-409       Readings in the New Testament and Early Christian                                             M 1–4 pm
            Literature.                                                                                   Room 309
                                                                                                          Rossing
LSTC        Greek Pericopes (Practicum)                                   Fall            Winter          Spring
B-                                                                        Th 12-1         TBA             TBA
02/04/06                                                                  Krentz          B. Rossing      D. Rhoads
MTS         Introduction to Greek Exegesis I                                              MW 9-10:50
B 324       The first part of a nondivisible two-quarter sequence. An                     Brawley
            introduction to the principles of Greek grammar and
            vocabulary and to exegetical resources for studying the
            New Testament in its original language. Credit only upon
            completion of B 325.
MTS         Introduction to Greek Exegesis II                                                             MW 10-11:50
B 325       Completes introduction to Greek begun in B 324; see                                           Brawley
            description above.
NPTS        Beginning New Testament Greek I                               Fall Semester   Spring
BIBL        A survey of the rudiments of biblical Greek. The focus is     M 1-2:15        Semester
5109 &      on basic grammar, vocabulary, and the development of          VonKamecke      M 1-2:15
5110        reading skills.                                                               VonKamecke
NPTS        New Testament Greek Readings                                  Fall Semester   Spring
BIBL        The course is designed to increase the facility of students   W 1-2           Semester
5112 &      to read and translate New Testament Greek. Pass/fail.         Belleville      W 1-2
5113        Prereq: BIBL 5109 and 5110. 1 hour.                                           Belleville
S-WTS       Elementary Greek I                                                            Winter
02-521S     An introduction to the grammar, vocabulary, and                               WF 9-10:50
            translation of the Greek language as it is employed in the                    Adam
            New Testament and early Christian texts. Prereq:
            Introduction to Biblical Languages and Exegesis.
S-WTS       Elementary Greek II                                                                           Spring
02-522S     A sequel to Elementary Greek I (prerequisite for this                                         WF 9-10:50
            course), designed to develop one's ability to handle the                                      Adam
            original text through review of grammar and vocabulary
            and translation of assigned portions.
TEDS        Advanced Greek Grammar                                        Fall Semester
NT 772      History of the development of the Greek language from         ThF 12:55-
            Homer to modern Greek; studies in Greek syntax and            2:10
            New Testament exegesis with special reference to the          Yarbrough
            standard grammars. Prereq: NT 504 or equiv.

Historical Studies



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I. Introductory
CTS          History of Christian Thought I: Foundations                   Fall
CH 344       A survey of significant theological, social, and political    T 2-5
              movements of the early Christian church through the late     Speller
              Middle Ages, focusing on the Western church.
CTS           History of Christian Thought II                                             Winter
CH 345        From the Reformation through the 20th century. A survey                     W 2-5
              of significant theological movements, with attention to                     Speller
              their social context. (This course may be elected
              independently of History of Christian Thought I.)
CTU           History of Early Christianity                                W 7-9:45pm
H 300         The Christian movement to Chalcedon. Christian self-         Osiek
              identification vis-à-vis the non-Christian world,
              developing institutional church structures and practice,
              and theological and doctrinal developments.
CTU           The Middle Ages and the Reformation                                         MW 10-11:15
H 307         Council of Chalcedon (451) to the Council of Trent                          TBA
              (1545–1563), focusing on development of the medieval
              church, relations between East and West, history of
              theology, breakdown of the medieval synthesis, and the
              significance of the major reformers.
G-ETS         History of Christianity I                                    Fall           Winter
13-501        A survey of the life, thought, and development of            TTh 8:45-      TTh 8:30-
              Christianity from the post-Apostolic period to the Great     10:45          10:45
              Schism (A.D. 1054). L                                        Phillips       Kalantzis
G-ETS         History of Christianity II                                                  Winter        Spring
13-502        Major issues, ideas, events, and persons in the history of                  TTh 8:30-     TTh 8:45-
              the church from the 11th century through the 17th                           10:45         10:45
              century; emphasis on late medieval Christianity and                         Stein         Stein
              origins of Protestantism.
G-ETS         History of Christianity III                                  Fall                         Spring
13-503        Key events, people, and concepts in the 19th and 20th        TTh 8:45-                    TTh 6:30-
              centuries. Attention to theological, ethical, and            10:45                        8:20pm
              institutional formulations, power structures, and            Murphy                       Murphy
              contributions of the black church, women, and Third
              World Christians. Discussion section required.
LSTC          Early and Medieval Church History                            Fall
H-            A basic introduction to Christian history and theology       (A) T 6:30-
310A/B        until the Reformation. Lectures and discussions of           9:30pm; (B)
              primary sources by both men and women of the early and       Th 2:30-5:30
              medieval periods.                                            Jurisson
LSTC          Reformation to Modern Church History                                        Winter
H-330         An introduction to Reformation and modern church                            T 6:30-9:30
              history outside America, designed to show in broad                          pm
              perspective the movements that have shaped world                            Jurisson
              Christianity in our time. Lectures and discussion of
              selected source readings.
LSTC          Reformation, Orthodoxy, Pietism                                             Winter
H-331         A survey of European church history from 1500 to 1750,                      M 8-10:50
              permitting more thorough study of the Reformation in its                    Hendel
              multiple expressions than in the course H-330. The age of
              orthodoxy and continental Pietism will also receive
              significant attention.
LSTC          Church History: Enlightenment to the Present                                              Spring
H-332         A thematic survey from the 18th century to the present,                                   T 8-10:50
              including the church's response to the Enlightenment, the                                 TBA
              impact of the scientific and industrial revolutions, the
              emergence of global Christianity, and 20th-century
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MTS        The Church of Antiquity                                                      Winter
H 418      Study of emergence of Christian church in its first                          W 6-8:50 pm
           millennium with primary emphasis on period before                            Sawyer
           Gregory I. Close attention to development of major
           dogmatic decisions of the Christian community within
           social and institutional structures of this era.
MTS        Transformations of Christianity: A                           Fall                           M 6-8:50pm
H 300      Foundational Course                                          TTh 9-10:50                    Rodriguez
           Survey of the history and transformations of Christianity    Daniels
           by exploring the formation and development of major
           epochs: early, medieval, Reformation, modern.
NBTS       Early and Medieval Christianity                              Fall
CH 301     An examination of Christian life and thought from the        M 9-11:40
01         first to the fifteenth centuries.                            Blumhofer
NBTS       Early and Medieval Christianity                              Fall
CH 301     An examination of Christian life and thought from the        Th 7-9:40 pm
02         first to the fifteenth centuries.                            Sattler
NBTS       Reformation and Modern Christianity                                          Winter
CH 302     A study of the development of the Christian movement                         M 9-11:40
01         from the 16th to the 21st centuries.                                         Blumhofer
NBTS       Reformation and Modern Christianity                                          Winter
CH 302     A study of the development of the Christian movement                         Th 7-9:40 pm
02         from the 16th to the 21st centuries.                                         Sattler
NPTS       Christian Heritage I: The Early and Medieval                 Fall Semester
HSTY       Church                                                       TTh 8-9:25
5200       Basic introduction to history of the Christian church from   Graham
           apostolic times through the Middle Ages, with emphasis
           on expansion of the church, persons, institutional growth,
           and theological development.
NPTS       Christian Heritage II: The Reformation and                                   Spring
HSTY       Modern Church                                                                Semester
5201       HSTY 5200 is continued in this study from the                                TTh 8-9:25
           Reformation to the present. Special attention will focus                     Anderson
           on the institutional and theological diversity of the
           modern world church in its cultural settings.
NPTS       Christian Tradition and Mission                              Fall Semester
HSTY       This introductory course surveys the history of Christian    T 6-8:50 &
6210       life and thought from the early church to the present.       online
           Focusing on persons, events, and developing traditions,      Graham/staff
           the course also examines the missional life of the
           Christian church. MACE & MACM only.
S-WTS      History of Christian Life and Thought I                      Fall
HIST                                                                    TTh 9-10:50
500                                                                     Adam
S-WTS      History of Christian Life and Thought II                                                    Spring
HIST                                                                                                   WF 9-10:50
501                                                                                                    Barker
TEDS       History of the Ancient Near East                                             Spring
OT 743     Study of the history, literature, and archaeology of the                     Semester
           ancient Near Eastern world.                                                  MW 12:55-
                                                                                        2:10
                                                                                        Younger
II. History of Particular Traditions
CTS          History and Polity of the United Church of                                                Spring
CH 367       Christ                                                                                    Th 6:30-9:30
           A study of the history, structure, theology, and practices                                  pm
           of the United Church of Christ, including its antecedents:                                  Bueschel
           the Congregational Christian Churches and the



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          Evangelical and Reformed Church. This course meets
          current UCC requirements for ordination.
CTU       The Qu'ran: Community and Living Word                                        TR 8:30-9:45
C 422                                                                                  Alexander
CTU       From Trent to Vatican II                                                                    MW 11:30-
H 313     Key issues in Catholicism of the last four centuries: the                                   12:45
          mentality following the Reformation, Jansenism, an
          introduction to Newman and the Oxford Movement,
          forces influencing Vatican I, modernism and its reaction,
          pertinent problems of the 20th century.
CTU       Historyof Muslim-Christian Relations                            M 7-9:45pm
CH 422                                                                    Alexander
CTU       Patristics                                                      Fall
H 401     A study of the theological perspectives of major writers        S 1-3:45
          of the early church. Prereq: H 300, H 302, or CH 325 or         TBA
          equiv.
CTU       Introduction to Judaism                                                      T 8:30-11:15
C 402                                                                                  Edwards
LSTC      Lutheran Confessional Heritage                                                              Spring
H-        Introduction to the classical confessions of the Lutheran                                   (A)M 8-10:50
360A/B    Reformation: their origins and relation to Scripture and                                    (B) T 6:30-
          creeds; their theological and practical content; their                                      9:30pm
          implications for Lutheran identity, pastoral practice, and                                  (A)Hendel (B)
          ecclesiastical relations.
                                                                                                      Jurisson
M/L       Unitarian Universalist Polity                                                Winter I
H349INT   This course prepares students planning to seek UU                            M-F 9-12
          ministerial fellowship status and UU ministry settlement                     Hobart
          to be familiar with the history and theory of
          congregational polity and its practice (and mispractice) in
          the UUA among its congregations. 1/2 Unit.
M/L       Unitarian Universalist History                                               F 9-12
H394      Provide overview of Unitarian, Universalist, and                             Grodzins
          Unitarian Universalist history from beginning to the
          present. Explore in depth some aspect of that history.
          Structured to provide information to meet MFC
          requirement for history and polity.
M/L       Unitarian Universalist History                                  9-5
H394OL    Overview of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian              Grodzins
          Universalist history from the beginning to the present.
          Explore in depth some aspect of that history. Structured
          to provide information necessary to meet MFC
          requirement for history and polity. Online.
M/L       New England Transcendentalism                                                Winter
H445      Trace origins and development of New England                                 T 9-12
          Transcendentalism as a religious movement with many                          Grodzins
          manifestations. Study cultural, social, political context in
          which it emerged and writings of key figures--Emerson,
          Parker, Fuller and Thoreau.
MTS       Historia de la Iglesia Hispana en los E.E.U.U.                               Winter
H 485H    El curso introducirá al alumno a los origenes, desarrollo y                  W 2-4:50
          estado actual de las iglesias hispanas en los E.E.U.U. Se                    Rodríguez
          pondrá énfasis en la desarrollo de sus teologías, así como
          las distintas eclesiologías que la han dado concerción
          histórica.
MTS       History of the American Presbyterian Church                                                 Spring
H 434     Survey using primary documents and historical                                               T 9-11:50
          interpretations to explore origins of institutions and issues                               Sawyer
          within the contemporary church. Attention to revivals,
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             20th centuries.
MTS          20th Century Christianity: Global                            Fall
H 421        Pentecostalism                                               T 6-8:50pm
             A comparative study of the emergence and development         Daniels
             of global Pentecostalism as an indigenous Christian
             movement in North America, Africa, and South America.
             Includes classical Pentecostalism, charismatic renewal,
             and African indigenous churches.
MTS          Presbyterian Witness for Racial Justice                                      T 9-11:50
H/M 446                                                                                   Mullen
MTS          History of the Black Church in North America                 .               Winter
H 330        Study of the major issues and events in the development                      M 6-8:50pm
             of the black church from the slavery era to the present,                     Daniels
             with particular focus on folk religion, protest movements,
             theological developments, and ecclesial expressions.
MTS          The Reformed Tradition                                       Fall
H/T 402      This course explores the history and theology of the         MW 9-10:50
             Reformed tradition with a view to understanding its          Sawyer/Case-
             origins and development and its contemporary                 Winters
             manifestations and relevance.
NBTS         Protestant Reformers                                                                         Th 7-9:40pm
CH 304       A study of how ministry issues shaped leading Protestant                                     Halverson
             Reformers
NPTS         Pietism: Studies in Personal and Church                                      Spring
HSTY         Renewal                                                                      Semester
5140         Pietism concerned itself with the rebirth of persons and                     T 3:10-5
             the renewal of congregations. Contributions of Arndt,                        Weborg
             Spener, Francke, Bengel, Zinzendorf and Rosenius are
             studied.
NPTS         African American Religious Experience in                     Fall Semester
HSTY         America                                                      T 3:10-5
6255         Examines history of religious life of African Americans,     Staff
             their relation to Protestantism and Roman Catholicism,
             and development of independent denominations, sects
             and cults.
NPTS         History and Theology of the Covenant Church                                  January Term;
HSTY         Study of the evangelical and pietistic tradition within                      Spring
7300         which the Evangelical Covenant Church stands. Attention                      Semester
             to Reformation and to historic and theological                               M 8-9:50 &
             development of Pietism in Sweden and North America in                        11-12; M 8-
             19th and 20th centuries.
                                                                                          9:50 Spring
                                                                                          Anderson
S-WTS        England in the Age of Reform                                 Fall
03-521S      An exploration of the beginnings of Anglicanism as both      TTh 9-10:50
             a series of events and a broader spiritual movement.         Barker
             Follows the development of Anglicanism from the
             English Reformation through the late 18th century, when
             it became a global communion.
TEDS         History of Fundamentalism & Evangelicalism                   Fall Semester
CH 762       Analysis of the history of Fundamentalism and                MW 12:55-
             Evangelicalism with particular reference to recent           2:10
             interpretations of these movements, and an emphasis on       Woodbridge
             the question of Evangelical self-identity.
III. History—Individuals
G-ETS        Origen's "On First Principles"                                               Winter
13-801       An examination of Origen's philosophy and hermeneutic                        F 8:15-12
             against the background of Alexandrian life and culture.                      Kalantzis
LSTC         Luther and Calvin                                                            Winter
H-515        A seminar that explores central themes in the theologies                     M 1-4


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             of Martin Luther and John Calvin using primary sources,                        Hendel/Cathey
             comparative analysis of Reformers' theologies and
             identification of congruences and divergences. P.
LSTC         Theology of Luther                                                                              Spring
H-435        The purpose of this course is to examine Luther's                                               T 8-10:50
             theology by exploring its broad comprehensiveness as                                            Hendel
             well as its evangelical center. Selected works on various
             theological themes are discussed.
MTS          Calvin and Luther                                                              Winter
H/T 515      P                                                                              M 1-3:50
                                                                                            Cathey/Hendel
                                                                                            (LSTC)
TEDS         American Religious Biography                                                   Spring
CH 845D      Biographical study of major American religious leaders,                        Semester
             representing a diverse range of religious traditions and                       M 2:20-5
             ministry models. Special attention paid to the challenges                      Sweeney
             that attend the writing of Christian biography.
TEDS         Forgotten Reformers                                                            Spring
CH 845E      This course will explore the history, theology, and legacy                     Semester
             of important, yet often forgotten religious reformers of                       MW 8-9:15am
             16th century Europe. Those examined include Gasparo                            Manetsch
             Contarini, Philip Melanchthon, Heinrich Bullinger,
             Theodore Beza, and Menno Simons.
TEDS         Augustine                                                      Fall Semester
ST 845 E     In-depth consideration of Augustine's theology, using          Th 9:30-10:45
             material from his Confessions, as well as from recent          Fields
             research.
TEDS         Jonathan Edwards                                               Fall Semester
CH 815       This study of Jonathan Edwards will concentrate on his         T 2:20-5:00
             intellectual and spiritual contribution to American            Sweeney
             Christianity. The class will read and discuss several of his
             sermons as well as his works on revival, Christian
             experience and Christian theology.
IV. American Church History
CTS        American Civil Religion                                                          Spring Quarter
CH 480     The course will explore the structures and parameters of                         W 9–12:00
             American Civil Religion by studying responses to its                           Speller
             presence and influence found in the speeches, articles and
             addresses of significant Americans.
G-ETS        Topics in Religious History: Religion and the                                  Spring
13-842       American Way                                                                   Semester
             Examination of significant issues, movements and                               MW 8-9:15am
             persons.                                                                       Manetsch
LSTC         American Lutheran Church History                               Fall Semester
H-350        A course focusing on Lutheranism in the United States          Th 9:30-10:45
             and especially on the problem of unity and polarization        Fields
             among the various Lutheran traditions. The historical
             development is viewed against the broad background of
             Christianity in America.
MS           American Catholicism: 1550-1860                                                Winter
HI364        Introduction and survey of the Catholic Church in the                          MTh 1:15-2:40
             United States from European explorations to Civil War.                         Zielinski
             Emphasis on significant moments of U.S. Catholic
             history to illustrate persons, events, issues that have
             helped shape our historical experience.
MTS          American Christianity and Modernity                                                             W 2-4:50
H 423        Study of the transformation of U.S. Christianity through                                        Daniels
             its encounter with modernity from the colonial era to the
             present, highlighting renewal movements, theological




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             trends, liturgical currents, and social reform movements.
NBTS         History of American Religion                                                   Th 9-11:40
CH 407       A survey of American religious history from before the                         Weber
             European settlement to the present, with special emphasis
             on religious diversity and the changing role of religion in
             public life.
NBTS         History of the African American Religious                       Fall
CH 360       Experience in America                                           M 4-6:40pm
             This course seeks to trace the development and history of       Butler
             the African American religious experience and church in
             America from the African Diaspora to the present.
S-WTS        ECUSA                                                                                         Spring
10-605S                                                                                                    TTh 3-4:50
                                                                                                           Schultz
V. Topics in Church History
CTU         Latin American History of Evangelization                                        S 11:30-2:15
CH 450                                                                                      Walter
CTU         Models of Missionary Activity                                    MW 2:30-3:45
CH 325      A survey of the variety of forms of missionary activity in       Schroeder
             the church's history from the Apologists in the Roman
             Empire to the classical image of the 19th-century
             missionary. The relevance of these models for mission
             today is also considered.
G-ETS        Black Ministry: Confronting Historical                          Fall
13-645       Challenges                                                      Th 6:30-
             Central issues faced by black clergy as they have sought        9:30pm
             through the centuries to develop a viable ministry through      Murphy
             the church. Prereq: 13-501, 502, or 503.
G-ETS        The Meanings of History                                                                       Spring
13-905       Historical studies that integrate various dimensions of the                                   T 2-5
PhD only     history of Christianity, such as changing concepts in the                                     Murphy
             Christian community's self-image or "The Protestant
             Principle."
G-ETS        Christology of the Early Church                                                               Spring
13-804       The doctrine of Christ in the life of the church from the                                     F 9-12
             apostolic age through the fifth century. Prereq: 13-501. L                                    Kalantzis
G-ETS        History of Christian Thought: Life &                                                          Spring
13-806       Spirituality in Eastern Orthodoxy                                                             M 2:30-5:30
             Study of the development of Christian thought in relation                                     Kalantzis
             either to a doctrinal issue or to a period in church history.
G-ETS        History Topics: 19th Century Women in                                          Winter
13-602       Ministry                                                                       M 2-5:45
             This course will focus on women's contributions to 19th                        TBA
             century church and society including home and foreign
             missionary work, temperance, abolition, preaching and
             efforts toward the ecclesiastic rights of women.
M/L          Political Liberalism in the Twentieth Century                                                 Spring
H495         The meaning of liberalism changed markedly over the                                           Th 9-12
             course of the last century. We will examine these changes                                     Grodzins
             and their significance, so as to gain insights into the
             contemporary political situation.
MS           Fathers and Mothers of the Desert                                                             Spring
HI316        Examines rise of Christian monasticism in the 4th and 5th                                     MTh 2:40-4
             centuries. Considers the historical context of                                                Hennessey
             monasticism. Examines its theological content primarily
             through contemporary writings. Assesses its impact on
             the Church's life and spirituality.




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MTS          The Challenges of Poverty & Pluralism in                    Fall
H 436        African Christianity 1960-2000                              W 2-4:50
                                                                         Kalu
MTS          Reformation in Spanish Speaking Lands                       Fall
H 411H                                                                   M 6-8:50pm
                                                                         Rodriguez
S-WTS        Church Architecture                                                         Winter
ARTS                                                                                     MW 3-4:30 (at
600                                                                                      NU)
                                                                                         Kieckhefeer
TEDS         Reformation Historiography                                  Fall Semester
CH 845       This course provides an overview of the historiography of   MW 9:30-
             sixteenth-century Reformation in Europe, drawing upon       10:45
             recent representative works in institutional, social,       Manetsch
             psychological, and cultural history.
Theological Studies
I. Introductory and Foundational
CTS          History of Christian Thought I: Foundations                 Fall
CH 344x A survey of significant theological, social, and political       T 2-5
             movements of the early Christian church through the late    Speller
             Middle Ages, focusing on the Western church.
CTS          History of Christian Thought II                                             Winter
CH 345x      From the Reformation through the 20th century. A survey                     W T 2-5
             of significant theological movements, with attention to                     Speller
             their social context. (This course may be elected
             independently of History of Christian Thought I.)
CTS          Interpretation                                              Fall
TEC 500      A seminar examining diverse modes of theological            W 9-12
             interpretation aiming at developing skills in relating      Edgerton
             theological perspectives to the concrete human situation.
             (Permission required for non-CTS students.)
CTU          Medieval Christian and Islamic Philosophy                                   TR 11:30-
P 215                                                                                    12:45
                                                                                         Alexander/Fayle
CTU          History of Modern Philosophy                                                                  Spring
P 212                                                                                                      MW 11:30-
                                                                                                           12:45
                                                                                                           Zwirn
CTU          Introduction to Islam                                                                         T 5:30-8:15pm
C 401                                                                                                      Alexander
CTU          Philosophy of God                                                           M 7-9:45pm
P 231                                                                                    Fayle/Teasdale
CTU          Applied Logic                                               R 1-3:45
P 221                                                                    Fayle
CTU          Perspectives in the Philosophy of Death                     M 6:30-9pm
P 261                                                                    Grossman
CTU          Introduction to Theology                                    Fall                              S 8:30-11:15
D 325        A consideration of the nature, sources, and methods of      MW 10-11:15                       Linnan
             theology worked out from a study of several case            Hayes
             histories. Special emphasis on historical revelation in
             Christianity and the developing awareness of faith in
             relation to shifting horizons.
CTU          Philosophical Texts                                                         R 1-3:45pm
P 251                                                                                    Ahner
CTU          History of Ancient Philosophy                               MW 10-11:15
P 210                                                                    Fayle




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CTU        Issues in Hermeneutics                                         T 7-9:45pm
P 225                                                                     Fayle
CTU        Philosophy of Art                                                               MW 1-2:15
P 214                                                                                      Fayle
G-ETS      Contexts and Methodologies for Contemporary                    Fall                            Spring
21-500     Theology                                                       TTh 2-3:50                      Th 6:30-
           Introduction to cross-cultural study of systematic             Young                           9:30pm
           theology. Examines factors affecting the Euro-American                                         Vogt Groves
           context in relation to African, Asian, and Latin American
           contexts and philosophical and cultural developments
           affecting theological method.
G-ETS      Systematic Theology I                                          Fall             Winter
21-501     The meaning and methods of systematic theology;                Th 6:30-         TTh 8:30-
           Christian understanding of God, Trinity, creation, persons     9:30pm           10:45
           and history, and eschatology. Prereq: three foundational       Young            Long
           courses in Bible and history and 21-500.
G-ETS      Systematic Theology II                                                          Winter         Spring
21-502     Christian understanding of Jesus the Christ, salvation, the                     Th 6-9:45pm    TTh 2-3:50
           Holy Spirit, church, ministry, and sacraments. Prereq: 21-                      Young          D. Vogel
           501 or equiv.
LSTC       Unity and Diversity                                            Fall Preterm,
T-301      Exposes students to classic theological statements in          8/27-9/14
           Catholic Christianity and in the Lutheran tradition. Also      M-F 8:30-
           addresses the global and multicultural mission of the          11:30
           church and how Christian and Lutheran identity is              Rossing,
           defined by context. Double course.
                                                                          Irizarry, Pero
LSTC       Christian Theology I                                           Fall
T-         The first of a three-course sequence providing a survey of     (A) W 6:30-
311A/B     the basic doctrines of the Christian faith, helping students   9:30pm (B)
           develop their own theological perspectives. Topics in first    MW 9:30-
           term include the doctrines relating to the First Article of    10:45
           the Creed.
                                                                          (A) Jackelen
                                                                          (B) Pero
LSTC       Christian Theology II                                                           Winter
T-         The second course in the sequence deals with the human                          (A)Th 6:30-
312A/B     condition (including sin and evil) and the person and                           9:30pm (B)
           work of Christ.                                                                 MW 9:30-
                                                                                           10:45
                                                                                           (A)Westhelle
                                                                                           (B) Jackelen
LSTC       Christian Theology III                                                                         Spring
T-         For description of the Christian Theology sequence, see                                        (A) MW 9:30-
313A/B     LSTC T-311, Christian Theology I (Fall). The third                                             10:45 (B) W
           course in the sequence deals with the Holy Spirit, the                                         6:30-9:30pm
           church, the means of grace, the Christian life and                                             (A)Westhelle
           eschatology.
                                                                                                          (B) Rodriguez
M/L        The Western Conscience: Foundations and                        Fall
TS335/53   Critical Study of Liberal Theology I                           F 9-12
5          Explore how experiences of social dislocation caused by        Thandeka
           the rise and fall of empires redefines the nature and
           meaning of the link between God and humans in the
           West. Texts include works by Paul, Augustine, Luther,
           Calvin, Servetus, Descartes and Troeltsch




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M/L        Religious Humanism                                                              M-F 1/14-18 9-
TS325/52   In-depth introduction to religious humanism: historical                         5
5INT       context of its development, impact of humanism on                               Hepokoski
           liberal religion, historical and postmodern critiques, and
           issues related to ministry to and by humanists within
           liberal religious traditions.
MTS        Seminar on Research Methods                                                     Winter
I 478      For Masters students. Teaches "how to" of effective                             F 9-11:50
           argumentation; examines and critiques models of                                 Esterline
           methodologies from the various fields. Students will
           develop and refine research proposals. Prereq:
           coursework in three fields.
MTS        Thinking Biblically                                            Fall
T/B 442    What does it mean to "think biblically" today in light of      M 6:30-
           all we have learned about Scripture, criticism, and            8:50pm
           culture? An engagement with the Bible after other critical     Cathey/Shields
           approaches have weighed in among persons seeking the
           word of God for church and society today. (Sessions 1–5:
           Office of Chicago Presbytery, 100 S. Morgan. Sessions
           6–10: First Presbyterian Church of Arlington Heights.)
MTS        Introduction to Christian Theology                                              Winter           T 6-8:50pm
T 300      Introduction to contents, methods, and resources of                             TTh 10-11:50     Chun/Campbel
           coherent and responsible Christian thinking. Attention to                       Case-            l
           understanding and interpreting basic Christian doctrines.                       Winters/Cathe
                                                                                           y
NBTS       Christian Theology I                                                            Winter
TH 301     This course introduces the student to theological                               M 7-9:40pm
01         construction, the historical and traditional sources of        M 7–9:40 p.m.    Callahan
           theology, and how theology relates to the practice of
           ministry.
NBTS       Christian Theology I                                                            Winter
TH 301     This course introduces the student to theological                               T 9-11:40
02         construction, the historical and traditional sources of                         Sharp
           theology, and how theology relates to the practice of
           ministry.
NBTS       Christian Theology II                                                                            Spring
TH 302     This course assists the student in doing theological                                             M 7-9:40pm
01         construction, engagement with the historical and                                                 Callahan
           traditional sources of theology, and the practice of
           ministry.
NBTS       Christian Theology II                                                                            Spring
TH 302     This course assists the student in doing theological                                             T 9-11:40
02         construction, engagement with the historical and                                                 Sharp
           traditional sources of theology, and the practice of
           ministry.
NBTS       Research Methodology                                                                             Spring
IN 303     A how-to course on developing research skills and                                                M 9-11:40
           strategies for theological study.                                                                Mainelli
NPTS       Introduction to Theological Method                             Fall Semester    Spring Sem
THEO       An introduction to theology with the goal of giving            T 3:10-5         M 8-9:50
5200       students the tools necessary to benefit from the subject       Staff            Laytham
           matter of subsequent courses in systematic theology. 2
           hours.
NPTS       Theological Foundations                                        Fall Semester
THEO       This is the study of the foundation of human existence,        M 6:20-
6330       salvation, and hope (the Triune God) as seen by Christian      9:20pm
           faith, and of the central expression of the Christian faith,   Staff
           the person and work of Jesus Christ as attested in
           Scripture.




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NPTS        Survey of Christian Doctrine                                  Fall Semester
THEO        Survey major doctrines of Christian faith. Equip students     TTh 8-9:25
5330        to know how doctrines use scripture, tradition and            Staff
            cultural forms in their construction and expression.
            MACE & MACM only.
S-WTS       Systematic Theology                                           Fall
05-510S     A historical and systematic study of basic Christian          MW 1-3:30
            doctrine as it has been understood within the Anglican        Cunningham
            tradition; attention to the development of a theological
            methodology for pastoral and homiletical ministry.
TEDS        Latin: I                                                      Fall Semester
IG 675      An introduction to Latin vocabulary, grammar and the          TBA
            reading of Latin texts.                                       Staff
TEDS        Latin: II                                                                     Spring
IG 675B     A continuation of the Latin vocabulary, grammar and the                       Semester
            reading of Latin texts begun in Latin I. Prereq: Latin I                      TBA
                                                                                          Staff
II. Particular Individuals or Traditions
CTS           Jürgen Moltmann                                                                        Spring
TEC 534 A reading seminar covering the basic works of Jürgen                                         T 9–12
            Moltmann.                                                                                Jennings
CTS         Apocalyptic Then and Now                                      Fall
TEC 485     This course will examine apocalyptic as both a literary       W 9-12
            genre and a social phenomenon within ancient Jewish and       Liew
            early Christian traditions as well as its development into
            the medieval and modern periods.
CTS         Paul Tillich on Theology, Ethics, and the Human               Fall
TEC         Sciences                                                      T 9-12
531a        An advanced seminar on Paul Tillich.                          Moore
CTS         Augustine, Niebuhr, and Malcolm X                                             Winter
TEC 504     We will review the ideas of these three highly influential                    T 2-5
            thinkers about the nature of sin in human existence and                       Terrell
            those qualities of human beings requiring redemption,
            giving special attention to the theme of sin as pride and
            sensuality.
CTU         American Philosophy                                                                      Spring
P 216                                                                                                M 7-9:45pm
                                                                                                     Rogers
CTU         Priesthood in the Roman Catholic Tradition                    TR 11:30-
D 444       A study of the origins of ordained ministry in the early      12:45
            church, its gradual transformation as the church becomes      Linnan
            a political power, its reformation in the 16th century, its
            image from the 17th to the 20th century, and its renewal
            at Vatican Council II.
CTU         Pastoral Praxis and Theology in Context:                                                 T 1-3:45
C 467       Chiapas, a Case Study                                                                    Andraos
G-ETS       Wesleyan Theology and Spirituality                                                       Spring
13/34-      This course will examine the practical theology of John                                  TTh 8:45-
837         Wesley through a variety of primary and secondary                                        10:45
            sources and reflect upon the significances of Wesleyan                                   Meadows
            theology for Christian living and the task of ministry in
            the contemporary context.
G-ETS       Judaism in the Early Christian Period                                                    Spring
21-642      Examination of the postbiblical literature of Judaism,                                   T 2-3:50
            with emphasis on the Talmud—its structure, history, and                                  Schaalman
            theology; thought currents in the centuries paralleling
            early Christianity. One-half unit.




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G-ETS      Theology of John Calvin                                                                        Spring
13-609     Calvin's life, ministry, and theological contributions as                                      T 6:30-9:30
           portrayed in his major writings. Prereq: 13-501, 502, or                                       pm
           503.                                                                                           Stein
G-ETS      The Liturgy of the Synagogue                                 Fall
21-644     Inquiry into history, structure, and content of Jewish       T 2-3:50
           worship from biblical times to the modern era.               Schaalman
           Examination of various types of liturgy of both the
           traditional and the modern synagogue. One-half unit.
G-ETS      Theology of Howard Thurman                                                                     Spring
21-834     Systematic study of central theological motifs in                                              Th 6:30-
           Thurman’s thought; attention to his theological methods                                        9:30pm
           in the understanding of mysticism, God, self, Christology,                                     Young
           eschatology, evil, community and the spirituals. Prereq:
           21-502 and 21-503.
LSTC       Graduate Theological Seminar: Kierkegaard                    Fall
T-607                                                                   T 1-4
                                                                        Jackelen
LSTC       Hispanic/Latino Theology; Teologia Latina en                 Fall
T-518      America                                                      T 6:30-9:30pm
           Seminar to familiarize participants with recent emergence    Rodriguez
           of US Latino theological perspective and its contributions
           for theological reflection and pastoral ministry. Study
           mestizaje, popular religion, marginal perspectives,
           reading Bible in Spanish.
M/L        The Moral God: Foundations & Critical Study                                   Winter
TS338/53   of Liberal Theology II                                                        Th 9-12
8          Course analyzes ways in which rational theology became                        Thandeka
           moral philosophy in the Christian West. Study how
           Western "man" lost his body and found it again. Texts
           include works by Locke, Thomas Reid, Kant and
           Schleiermacher.
M/L        Religious Humanism                                                            Winter I
M325/52    In-depth introduction to religious humanism: historical                       Jan. 14-18 M-F
5INT       context of its development, impact of humanism on                             9-5
           liberal religion, historical and postmodern critiques, and                    Hepokoski
           issues related to ministry within liberal traditions.
MS         Christology of Hans Urs Von Balthasar (Chr)                                   Winter
SY319      Von Balthasar's most creative work represents an attempt                      MTh 9:55-
           to understand Christian faith from an aesthetic standpoint                    11:15
           with the Christ as the heart. Theodramatik and selections                     Barron
           from The Glory of the Lord will be examined.
MTS        Theology Across/Beyond American Borders                      Fall
T 444H     Reading knowledge of Spanish preferred.                      T 6-8:50 pm
                                                                        Rivera/Rodrigu
                                                                        ez (LSTC)
MTS        Calvin and Luther                                                             M 1-3:50
T/H 515    P                                                                             Cathey/Hendel
                                                                                         l (LSTC)
MTS        Reformed Tradition                                           Fall
T/H 402    This course explores the history and theology of the         MW 9-10:50
           Reformed tradition with a view to understanding its          Case-
           origins and development and its contemporary                 Winters/Sawye
           manifestations and relevance.                                r




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NBTS        African American Theology: Historical                                       T 7-9:40pm
TH 450      Perspectives                                                                Butler
            This course seeks to construct historical perspectives in
            African American theology that are relevant for the
            preacher in the pulpit and the lay person in the pew.
            Prereq: CH 360 and TH 432 or equiv. P
NPTS        Studies in Bonhoeffer                                                       Spring
THEO        An intensive study of three texts from Dietrich                             Semester
5174        Bonhoeffer: The Cost of Discipleship, Life Together, and                    M 6:20-
            Letters and Papers from Prison. Newly translated and                        8:20pm
            updated versions of the texts will be used, as available.                   Nelson
S-WTS       The Cappadocians and Friends                                                             Spring
05-655S     This course will study the great fourth-century Eastern                                  W 6:30-
            church fathers: St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory the                                     9:30pm
            Theologian, and St. Gregory of Nyssa, along with the                                     Theodoropoulo
            works of some of their contemporaries, such as St.                                       s
            Athanasius and St. John Chrysostom.
S-WTs       Anglican-Lutheran Relations                                                 Winter
ECUM                                                                                    TTh 3-4:50
600                                                                                     Tjorhom

III. Topics in Theology
CTS           Theology and Medicine                                      Fall
TEC 430 Explores the separate and coordinated roles of ministers         Th 6:30–9:30
            and physicians in caring for the ill and injured in such     pm
            areas as physical and mental suffering, spiritual needs of   Busby
            patients, prayer for healing, and medical ethics.
CTS         The Theology of the Body                                                                 Spring
TEC 413     How has Christianity come to be associated with the                                      W 2–5 pm
            denigration of the body? What are resources in tradition                                 Jennings,
            for a theological reappropriation and celebration of the                                 Terrell
            body?
CTS         Seminar: Models and Methods in Theology,                                    Winter
TEC 606     Ethics, and the Human Sciences                                              Th 9-12
            Designed to help the advanced student understand the                        Seo
            metatheoretical and methodological assumptions
            embodied in a variety of attempts to relate theology,
            ethics, and the human sciences. Permission required for
            non-CTS. L
CTS         God, Adam and Eve: Theology and Science in                   Fall
TEC 493     the Genome Age                                               M 2-5
            Course places human genetic research in dialogue with        Schneider
            constructive theology, specifically to construct new
            concepts of human existence in relationship to other
            divine. Students are expected to work with lay scientific
            and advanced theological materials.
CTS         Feminist and Womanist Christologies                          Fall
TEC 510     A seminar examining servanthood vs. surrogacy, the           T 9-12
            Black Christ and the historical Jesus, Christ and Christa,   Terrell
            and atonement and abuse.
CTS         Psychopathology in Theological Perspective                                  Winter
TEC 561     A phenomenological examination of psychopathology                           W 2–5
            will be the occasion for theological reflection on the                      Moore
            nature and dynamics of alienation, sin, and evil as
            manifest in human personality.




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CTS       Seminar: Victor Turner on Ritual Process                                                   Spring
TEC 506   This seminar is designed for advanced M.Div. and                                           W 2-5
          doctoral students who wish to study the work of cultural                                   Moore
          anthropologist Victor Turner and its implications for
          understanding transformative process and ritual
          leadership.
CTS       African American Religion, Theology, and                       Fall
TEC 306   Spirituality                                                   T 2-5
          Course will explore the religious beliefs of African           Butler
          Americans, with attention to the spirit of accommodation
          that has inspired works of freedom and justice. Topics:
          retention of African religions and symbols, the Black
          Church, nationalism, Africentrism.
CTS       Cinema and Liberation                                                                      Spring
TEC 490   An introduction to Third World cinema as an expression                                     T 2-5
          of liberation. The course will use images and metaphors                                    Seo
          of the movies made in Africa, Asia and Latin America to
          guide the discussions of theology and ethics.
CTS       Master's Seminar                                                                           Spring
TEC 595   Reading and discussion of prominent figures in social and                                  M 2–5
          human sciences as appropriated by theologians.                                             Seo
          Emphases will be on different ways of approaching
          theology. P
CTS       Biblical Theology in a Postmodern World                                                    Spring
CH 500    An introduction to 20th century discussions of "Biblical                                   W 9-12
          Theology" an a reconsideration of that topic in relation to                                Stone
          contemporary "Postmodern" and liberationist trends in
          biblical interpretation.
CTS       Anthropology and Biblical Interpretation                                                   Spring
CH 603    Seminar on the use of anthropological models in                                            W 9-12
          biblical exegesis. Attention to such topics as                                             Stone
          ethnicity, kinship, social role, symbolism,
          honor/shame, sacrifice, gender.
          (Intended for Doctoral students-others P)
CTU       God Images in Hispanic Religiosity                                        R 8:30-11:15
DC 456                                                                              Riebe-Estrella
CTU       The Relationship between Modern Philosophy &                              Fayle            R 1-3:45
D 525     Modern Theology: Tensions and Connections                                                  Fayle
CTU       Theology of Reconciliation                                                                 W 7-9:45 pm
DS 434                                                                                               Schreiter
CTU       Roman Catholic Theology in the Age of                          Fall
D 524     Revolution                                                     T 1-3:45
                                                                         Hayes
CTU       Christology and Cultures                                                  Winter
DC 441    A study of how the confession of Jesus Christ interacts                   T 7–9:45 pm
          with cultural processes. Special attention is given to the                Schreiter
          New Testament and Patristic periods and also to
          contemporary movements in the world church today.
CTU       Theology of the Church and Its Ministry                                   Winter
D 445     A theology of the church and its ministry in the light of                 TR 1-2:15
          their historical development from seminal beginnings in                   Linnan
          the apostolic age to various syntheses offered by post–
          Vatican II theologians.
CTU       Christology                                                                                TR 1-2:15
D 440     A study of the foundational questions of Christology in                                    Hayes
          the light of the critical, historical study of the Scripture
          and the theological tradition.




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CTU      Origins and Eschatology                                                     Winter
D 435    A study of the Christian symbols concerning origins, evil,                  S 8:30-11:15
         and finality. This course focuses principally on the                        Hayes
         Christian tradition with only occasional references to
         similar themes in world religions.
CTU      Theological Anthropology in Cross Cultural                                  Winter
DC 610   Perspective                                                                 R 8:30-11:15
         A seminar exploring the challenges to classical themes in                   Schreiter
         theological anthropology raised by the variety of cultures
         in the world church.
CTU      Introduction to Readings in Political Philosophy                                           Spring
P 249                                                                                               W 7-9:45pm
                                                                                                    Fayle
CTU      Problem of God in Contemporary Society                       Fall
D 430    Analysis of why God has become problematic for               S 8:30-11:15
         contemporary society, followed by critical review of         Linnan
         representative Christian attempts to respond. The course
         helps students evaluate their experience and respond
         intelligently to the modern problem of God.
CTU      Origins and Ends in Mythic Consciousness                                                   Spring
DC 436   A study of the notion of myth, mythic consciousness, and                                   TR 11:30-
         the way myths are used in the Bible and in various                                         12:45
         cultures to express the origin of the world and                                            Schreiter
         humankind, the origin of evil, and the individual and
         collective end.
CTU      Philosophy of the Human Person                                                             Spring
P 240                                                                                               MW 8:30-9:45
                                                                                                    Zwirn
G-ETS    Process Philosophy and Theology                                                            Spring
21-802   Process philosophy as reformation of traditional Christian                                 T 6:30-9:30
         understandings of God, persons, and the world; use of                                      pm
         process perspectives and categories to do theology.                                        Young
         Consideration of Whitehead, Teilhard, Hartshorne, Cobb,
         and Williams. L
G-ETS    Theological Spanish I                                                       Winter
21-653   Readings and discussions in Spanish focusing on                             T 1-2:35
         scripture, liturgical and theological vocabulary through                    Ruether
         reading scripture, learning hymns and reading theological
         articles in Spanish.
G-ETS    Theological Spanish II                                                                     Spring
21-654   Readings and discussions in Spanish focusing on                                            T 1-2:35
         scripture, liturgical and theological vocabulary through                                   Ruether
         reading scripture, learning hymns and reading theological
         articles in Spanish.
G-ETS    Speaking of God: Theology and Language                                      Winter
21-860   Theological significance of the linguistic turn in culture                  T 2-5
         and philosophy. Study the work of the philosopher                           Long
         Wittgenstein and how his philosophy made a profound
         impact on theology, particularly on questions of
         epistemology.
G-ETS    Third World Feminist Theology                                                              Spring
21-847   Emerging feminist theologies in Latin America, Asia and                                    T 6:30-9:30
         Africa. Study of their social and historical background,                                   Ruether/Ander
         providing context for liberation and enculturation themes.                                 son
         Theological focus on issues of anthropology, sin and
         redemption.




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G-ETS    Theology from Asian Contexts                                                  Winter
21-679   This course will expose students to emerging Asian                            M 6-9:45pm
         theologies and ministries and their significance. Students                    Paik
         will engage both Christian traditions and Asian
         cultures/contexts.
G-ETS    Contemporary Christology in Ecumenical and                                                     Spring
21-803   Inter-Religious Contexts                                                                       F 9-12
         Interpretation of Jesus as Christ and Savior in                                                Long
         contemporary ecumenical and interreligious contexts,
         with special focus on the dialectic of liberation and
         reconciliation, justice and peace.
G-ETS    Focus Study: Alpha & Apologetics                                              T 12-1:30 &
34-661   Course organized around participation in conference or                        Th 9-10:45
         seminar includfing pre-reading, workshops, directed final                     Meadows
         project. Topics vary according to conference or special
         material.
G-ETS    Theology of Creation                                                                           Spring
21/22-   Considers biblical and theological views of nature,                                            F 9-12
813      criticism of Christian views of nature in the context of                                       Vaux
         ecological crisis, and Native American, feminist,
         countercultural, and Third World liberation criticisms of
         American use of natural resources.
G-ETS    Contemporary Theology                                                         Winter
21-818   The development of modern theology from the 19th                              TTh 2:45-5
         century systhesis and existential critique, liberal theology                  Young
         and the social gospel, to neo-orthodoxy and subsequent
         movements.
LSTC     Life Story as Anthropology: Feminist, Womanist                 Fall
T-466    and Mujerista Approaches to Culture                            Th 2:30-5:30
         Focus on the liffe story and/or the "original speech" of       Thomas
         women.
LSTC     God-Issues in Fiction: Suffering, Evil, and the                               Winter
T-526    God of Love                                                                   W 2:30-5:30
         Explore theodicy-related issues: how to reconcile the                         Jurisson/Westh
         presence of suffering and evil with claims for the                            elle
         existence of a loving God. Engage the topic through the
         examination of classic and contemporary works of
         fiction.
LSTC     The Epic of Creation                                                          Winter
T-456    The scientific story of the origin and evolution of the                       M 7-10pm
         universe, life, and humans; ancient Near Eastern and                          Gilbert
         Greco-Roman concepts of creation; creation stories and
         themes from the Old and New Testaments and theological
         interpretations of the stories.
LSTC     Advanced Religion and Science Seminar                                                          Spring
T-672    Created Co-creator: Interpreting Religion, Science, and                                        M 7:00-
         Technology. P.                                                                                 10:00pm
                                                                                                        Hefner
LSTC     Graduate Theological Seminar                                                                   Spring
T-601    Issues and Options                                                                             T 6:30-9:30pm
                                                                                                        Westhelle
LSTC     Womanist Theology                                                                              Spring
T-450                                                                                                   T 6:30-9:30
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LSTC       Theology Goes to the Movies                                                                    Spring
T-364                                                                                                     T 6:30-9:30pm
                                                                                                          Messiah
                                                                                                          Lutheran
                                                                                                          Church, Park
                                                                                                          Ridge
                                                                                                          Jensen
LSTC       Time and Eternity: Perspectives from Theology                                                  Spring
T-545      and Science                                                                                    W 2:30-5:30
           Analysis of concepts of time and eternity in biblical,                                         Jackelen
           theological and church texts, compared to theories of time
           from Newtonian physics to chaos theory. Reflections on
           relations between science and theology, and on "time" in
           contemporary culture.
LSTC       Religion and Culture                                          Fall
T-544      Exploration of the critical intersection between religion     T 8-10:50
           and culture in light of their relevance to past and present   Thomas
           societies.
LSTC       EATWOT Theologies                                                                              Spring
T-557      Ecumenical Association of Third World Theologians                                              Th 2:30-5:30
                                                                                                          Thomas/Rodri
                                                                                                          guez
M/L        Foundations and Critical Study of Theology III                                Winter I
TS339/53   Includes contemporary liberation thelogy, feminist                            M-F Jan. 21-25
9INT       theory, process studies and Judaic texts as a framework                       9-5
           for reflection upon work done in Parts I and II. Readings                     Thandeka
           include Rauschenbusch, Wiernan and Adams.
           Prerequisite: either part I or II.
M/L        Foundations and Critical Study of Liberal                                                      Spring
TS339/53   Theology III: Embodied Theologies                                                              F 9-12
9          Analyzes Unitarian and Universalists theologies and                                            Thandeka
           Social Gospel texts that attempt to reconnect mind and
           body, individual and community, private feelings and
           social concerns. Works by Channing, Emerson, Fuller,
           Dewey, Parker, more. Prereq: Part I or II.
M/L        Modern and Post Modern Theories of Religion                                                    Spring
TS434/53   Course uses film and texts to explore ways the self                                            T 9-12
4          disintegrates in our post-industrial, consumer society.                                        Thandeka
           Goal is self-reintegration. Final project will be
           experiential with artist's statement.
M/L        Evil, Trauma and Ambiguity                                                    Winter I
E/M540I    Contemporary Liberal theologies have tended to avoid the                      M-F Jan. 14-
NT         problem of evil. Course will explore contemporary                             18, 9-5
           understandings of evil from these perspectives: clinical,                     Pangerl
           socio-cultural, theological, ethical. D.Min students.
           M.Div need permission of instructor.
MS         Christology Beyond Chalcedon                                  Fall
SY314      Investigate the direction of Christology in the               MTh 1:15-2:40
           contemporary period. Focus on Catholic authors since          Butler
           1950. Students wil read at least two authors in light of
           contemporary biblical scholarship, doctrine of Chalcedon
           and other questions.
MS         Satan and Satanism                                            Fall
SY424      Why are young people turning to Satan? Who is he? How         MTh 8:25-9:55
           is Satanic belief rooted in the Bible? What do we know        Meyer
           about angels and devils? How does Satanism relate to
           problems of evil? How does the Church cope? What is a
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MTS       God, Suffering and Evil                                                                    W 2-4:50
T 430     If God is good and all-powerful, why is there so much                                      Case-Winters
          suffering and evil in the world? Various attempts to
          answer the question will be considered and evaluated as
          we explore the theological problems that the question
          raises. Prereq: T-300 or equiv.
MTS       Seminar on Trinity                                                                         Th 9-11:50
T 516     P                                                                                          Cathey
MTS       Families in Theological and Ethical Perspective              Fall
T/E 405   Explores classic and contemporary theologies of the          T 6-8:50pm
          family that have shaped American Christian family            Livezey
          ministry. Brings family theology into conversation with
          contemporary social science; attempts to formulate
          constructive sociocultural approaches. L
MTS       Consumerism                                                                                T 2-4:50
T/E 443                                                                                              Chun
MTS       Thinking Biblically                                          Fall
T/B 442   What does it mean to "think biblically" today in light of    M 6:30-
          all we have learned about Scripture, criticism, and          8:50pm
          culture? An engagement with the Bible after other critical   Cathey/Shields
          approaches have weighed in among persons seeking the
          word of God for church and society today. (Sessions 1–5:
          Office of Chicago Presbytery, 100 S. Morgan. Sessions
          6–10: First Presbyterian Church of Arlington Heights.)
MTS       Theologies from Asia                                                          T 9-11:50
T 439     Survey of reformulations of Christian theology out of the                     Chun
          Asian context which is pluralistic in religious tradition
          and transforming in social structure. Forms of interfaith
          dialogue and social engagement that shape Asian
          theologies will be examined.
MTS       Creation and Providence                                                                    T 9-11:50
T 400                                                                                                Case-Winters
MTS       Borderlinks                                                  Fall Preterm
T/I 486                                                                8/17-31
                                                                       Rivera
MTS       Crossings: A Theology of Atonement for                       Fall
T/M,      Ministry Today                                               F 9-11:50
M/T 470                                                                Cathey/Cary
MTS       Feminist Theology                                            Fall
T 433                                                                  Th 9-11:50
                                                                       Case-Winters
NBTS      Reconciliation and Racism                                                                  Online course
TH 409    A study of how Christians can be agents of reconciliation                                  Sharp
          in the face of racism. Online course.
NBTS      The Minister as Theologian                                                    M 4-6:40pm
TH 421    Course examines ways in which the minister engages in                         Sharp
          theologizing in the context of ministry and ways in which
          ministry supports and gives expression to theology.
          Attention to matters related to convergence of theological
          method and ministry practice.
NPTS      The Church and its Mission                                   Fall Semester
THEO      Explore views of seven Christian communions on the           Weekend dates
6279      nature of the church and its mission in the world. Faculty   TBA
          members from these denominations will lecture. Student       Carlson
          teams will visit congregations. NCTI
NPTS      Special Topics in Theology: Science Through the              Fall Semester
THEO      Eyes of Faith                                                TTh 3-4:30
7190      Focus on various special topics in theology.                 Katter/Martin



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NPTS       Theology and Ethics after the Holocaust                                           Spring
THEO       The 20th century experiuence of the Holocaust is seen as                          Semester
5173       an imperative challenge to theological refocusing: God,                           Th 3:10-5
           Christology, the Church, human sin, the Bible. Two                                Nelson
           hours.
NPTS       Philosophy of Religion                                          Fall Semester
THEO       Thinking about central affirmations of Christian faith as       Th 3:10-5
6203       expressed in its claims about the nature and existence of       Staff
           God, providence, miracles and life beyond death.
           Relation of Christian to non-Christian religions.
S-WTS      Research Methods                                                                                 Spring
16-662S                                                                                                     Th 3-4:50
                                                                                                            TBA
S-WTS      Recent Trinitarian Thought                                                        Winter
05-621S    Examines contemporary renaissance of Trinitarian                                  T 6-9:45pm
           theology. Will survey biblical and patristic roots, then                          Cunningham
           examine recent contributions with attention to
           implications for ethics, worship and spirituality. Authors
           include Boff, Gunton, Moltmann and others.
S-WTS      Theological Bibliography                                                          Winter
16-502S    A systematic examination of bibliographies in biblical                            Th 3-4:50
           studies, church history, liturgics, and pastoral ministry.                        Smith
           Attention will be given to classification and subject
           headings in theological libraries. One-half unit.
TEDS       Metaphysics                                                     Fall Modular
PR 845     An examination and study of metaphysics, ontology and           TTh 9/28-29,
           epistemology.                                                   11/16-17, 12/7-
                                                                           8; F 1-4:30pm
                                                                           & 5:30-
                                                                           9:30pm; S
                                                                           8:30-12:30
                                                                           Yandell
TEDS       Political Theologies                                            Fall Semester
ST 738     A course designed to clarify what constitutes a "political      TTh 8-9:15am
           theology" and to investigate the biblical and theological       Fields
           bases of representative political theologies. Focus on such
           systems as liberation theology, black theology and
           feminist theology.
Ethical Studies
I. Moral Theology
CTS         Christian Ethics                                               Fall
TEC 321 Course examines moral codes, divine commandments,                  W 2–5
           and legal proscriptions that influence the development of       Terrell
           Christianity, and how the historical expressions of these
           systems in various communions have led to competing
           moral theories in Christian thought.
CTU        Introduction to Christian Ethics                                Fall              Winter
E 370      This course is an introductory study of the basic themes        M 7-9:45pm        MW 2:30-3:45
           of Christian ethics. Particular attention will be paid to the   Nairn             Nothwehr
           Roman Catholic moral tradition, including such topics as
           the virtues, natural law, moral decision making, and
           narrative.
CTU        Introduction to Social Ethics                                                     Winter         S 11:30-1:15
E 375      An exploration of the basic texts that illuminate how the                         MW 1-2:15      Nothwehr
           Christian community has understood and shaped its                                 Pawlikowski
           response to the social concerns of its time. Emphasis is
           given to foundational texts of the Roman Catholic
           tradition.




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CTU       The Making of Moral Theology                                    Fall
E 500     This course will be an overview of the development of           W 10-12:45
          Catholic moral theology from the Patristic period to the        Nairn
          present. Special attention will be given to the directions
          and concerns of Catholic morality since the Second
          Vatican Council. L
G-ETS     Theological Ethics                                                                Winter
22-503    A foundational course in theology and ethics. The                                 TTh 8:30-
          formulation and implementation of ethical norms derived                           10:45
          from faith commitments, based on the study of theory and                          Vaux
          practice (cases); development of a self-conscious
          methodology.Prereq: 21-500.
LSTC      Christian Ethics                                                Fall              Winter
E-310     A study of the sources, structure, and dynamics of              T 8-10:50         T 2:30-5:30
          Christian ethics, with reference to current problems of         Perry             Rodriguez/Tho
          personal and public life.                                                         mas
LSTC      Topics in Christian Ethics                                                        Winter
E-418                                                                                       W 6:30-9:30
                                                                                            pm
                                                                                            Perry
MS        History of Moral Theology                                       9:55-10:50
CL330     Course explores how moral theology has been done in             MTh
          Church's tradition. Patristic, medieval, post-Tridentine,       Lyle
          and contemporary authors are studied in order to
          introduce the student to the plurality of methodologies
          used over the centuries.
MTS       Introduction to Contemporary Christian Ethics                                                     Spring
E 300     Introduction to content and methods of Christian ethical                                          W 6-8:50pm
          thought. What is Christian ethics? What are ways of                                               Livezey
          doing Christian ethics, and what are its primary sources?
          How are methods and sources used in analyzing ethical
          problems?
NBTS      Introduction to Christian Ethics                                T 1-3:40
TE 301    An investigation of the Christian moral ideal and               Cosgrove
          principles of judgment and action, especially as they
          relate to contemporary life.
NPTS      Christian Ethics and the Church                                                   Spring
THEO      A study of biblical-theological foundations for the                               Semester
7220      Christian ethical life. Role of congregation and other                            M 6:20-
          church structures in the pursuit of justice in society is                         8:20pm
          examined. Five issues confronting the church and society                          Laytham
          treated contextually. 2 hours.
S-WTS     Ethics of Intimacy                                              Fall
08-615S   Examine and evaluate intimate relationships in light of         T 6:30-9:30pm
          Christian moral theology. Focuses on nonsexual intimate         Cunningham
          relationships: family life, friendship, encounters with
          animal world, and negative intimacies such as abuse and
          torture.
S-WTS     Christian Ethics I                                                                                Spring
THEO                                                                                                        MW 1-2:50
550                                                                                                         Cunningham
TEDS      Christian Ethics                                                Fall Modular
ST 715    Biblical perspectives on contemporary ethical issues            TTh 9/7-8,
          facing the church and minister: divorce, abortion,              10/5-6, 11/2-3,
          euthanasia, genetic control, sex, war, racism, ecology,         11/30-12/1; F
          personal lifestyle, and the church's social responsibilities.   6:30-9:30pm; S
                                                                          8:30-12 & 1-4
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II. Topics in Ethics
CTS           Biblical Ethics: Wisdom, Wealth and Poverty                                                    T 6:30-9:30
CH 492        This course will examine the discourse(s) of wealth and                                        pm
             poverty and other economic language in Proverbs, Job,                                           Sandoval
             and Ecclesiastes and consider how these books might or
             might not contribute to contemporary theological-ethical
             reflection.
CTU          Spirituality/Liturgy and the Quest for Justice                  Fall
E 551        An examination of various models for linking                    T 8:30-10:15
             spirituality/liturgy and the church's social justice mission.   Pawlikowski
             Included are reinterpretations of the Ignatian Exercises,
             Thomas Merton, and feminist, liberationist, and
             ecologically centered spiritualities. L
CTU          Sexual Ethics for the Christian                                                                 MW 2:30-3:45
E 481        A study of sexuality and sexual behavior, especially in                                         Nairn
             unmarried Christians. It will investigate the moral
             tradition, the elements that form a contemporary Christian
             vision of sexuality, and how these relate to sexual
             conduct.
CTU          Seminar on Christ, Community and Christian                                                      M 8:30-11:15
EC 588       Ethics                                                                                          Fornasari
             This course is designed to study the implications of
             Christology for the life of the Christian community as an
             ethical community in an increasingly secular, scientific,
             and culturally and religiously pluralistic world.
CTU          Christian Perspectives on War and Peace                                                         MW 1-2:15
E 409                                                                                                        Pawlikowski
CTU          Love and Justice                                                                                W 8:30-11:15
E 534                                                                                                        Nothwehr
CTU          Ethics and Pluralism: Seminar                                                   T 1-3:45
E 583                                                                                        Nothwehr
CTU          Friendship and Fidelity                                         T 5:30-8:15pm
E 460        This course will examine how friendship with God and            Nothwehr
             others is integral to the Christian moral life. Special
             attention will be given to fidelity as a crucial virtue in a
             relational understanding of ethics.
CTU          Natural Law and Christian Ethics                                                S 11:30-2:15
EC 402       A study of the relevance of some Western and non-                               Fornasari
             Western natural law traditions in view of arriving at a
             vision of a universal common good that can generate a
             Christian ethical discourse capable of intercultural and
             interreligious communication.
CTU          Death and Dying: The Moral Issues                                               T 5:30-8:15pm
E 442        New medical technologies to keep people alive force us                          Nairn
             to difficult, almost impossible, decisions. To shed some
             light on these questions, this course investigates the moral
             issues confronting the dying patient and family.
G-ETS        War and Peace                                                                   Winter
22-843       Examines conflicts in the modern world involving                                Th 6-9:45 pm
             technological ethics. Particular focus on those domestic                        Vaux
             and global conflicts where religion undergirds ideology,
             antagonism and reconciliation.
G-ETS        Theological Ethics in Ministry                                  Fall
22-509       Using a framework of virtue theory, moral perspectives,         TTh 8:45-
             and use of power, this course will offer theological            10:45
             models for developing ethical relationships that are            Long
             professionally appropriate in contemporary societal and
             church environments. Prereq: 21-500.



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G-ETS      Life and Death                                               Fall
22-507     How does biblical faith conceive of life's passages? How     Th 6:30-9:30
           do we face ethical challenges from birth to death? We        pm
           will study theological, ethical, and pastoral texts as we    Vaux
           seek to establish our own theoretical and practical
           philosophy.
G-ETS      The Ten Commandments in Theology and Ethics                                              Spring
22-852     Explores biblical and historical meanings of                                             T 6:30-9:30
           commandments; the interpretations throughout religious                                   pm
           history and their contemporary relevance. Will examine                                   Vaux
           theological themes such as law and grace, sin, sacrifice
           and righteousness.
M/L        Liberal Religious Ethics                                                                 Spring
E399/599   Historical themes and contemporary ethical issues within                                 TBA 9-12
           American liberal religion, especially Unitarian                                          Hepokoski
           Universalism. Emphasis on developing capacities for
           ethical engagement.
M/L        Eco-Justice                                                  Fall
E372       Course focuses on the environmental and social justice       W 1:30-4:30
           context of religious communities. Exploration of             Hepokoski
           interrelationships of race, class, gender and geography,
           particularly in Chicago metropolitan area. Attention to
           patterns that model sustainability.
MTS        Christian Responsibility in the Public Realm                                W 2-4:50
E/M 301                                                                                Livezey
MTS        Consumerism                                                                              T 2-4:50
E/T 443                                                                                             Chun
MTS        Professional Ethics for Clergy                                                           T 6-8:50pm
E/M 402                                                                                             Livezey/Cary
MTS        Families in Theological and Ethical Perspective              Fall
E/T 405    Explores classic and contemporary theologies of the          T 6-8:50 pm
           family that have shaped American Christian family            Livezey
           ministry. Brings family theology into conversation with
           contemporary social science; attempts to formulate
           constructive sociocultural approaches. L
NBTS       Humanity as Male and Female                                  T 7–9:40 pm
TETH       A study of the ethics of gender in terms of personhood,      Cosgrove
415        sexuality, and relationships.
NBTS       Seminar in Social Ethics                                                    T 4-6:40pm
TE 410     An examination of a number of issues in ethics from a                       Mottesi
           cross-cultural perspective.
NBTS       Pastoral Ethics                                                             T 7-9:40
TE 415     An examination of the ethical issues facing pastors.                        Mottesi
TEDS       Technology and Ethics                                                       Spring
CC 765     Christians have responded variously to technology--some                     Semester
           repudiating it, others embracing it. This course will                       T 2:20-5
           analyze the impact of technology on contemporary                            Mitchell
           culture, including the movement from papyrus to
           cyberspace and from pottery to cloning.
TEDS       Bioethics and Public Policy                                  Fall
BE 776     The interface of bioethics and public policy, with special   ThF 9/6-7;
           attention to such topics as the early twentieth-century      10/18-19; Th
           eugenics movement, medicine in Nazi Germany, Roe vs          2:30-5 & 7-
           Wade, euthanasia, and the Human Genome Initiative.           9:30pm/F 9-
                                                                        11:30am & 1-
                                                                        3:30
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TEDS        Introduction to Bioethics                                          Fall Semester
BE 774      An overview of the Hippocratic/Judeo-Christian tradition           Th 7-9:40pm
            in medical ethics against the background of biblical-              Kilner
            theological discussion of human nature, medicine, and
            healing, and as a context for the rise of the new bioethics.
TEDS        Clinical Issues in Bioethics                                       Fall
BE 779      A clinician addresses such issues as clinical consultation,        FS 9/7-8; 1/19-
            ethics committees, and the role of the pastor, with the            20; F 7-9:30
            help of case studies.                                              pm; S 8:30-12
                                                                               & 1-3:30
                                                                               Schiedermayer
Religion and Society Studies
CTS         Engaging the Powers                                                                                 Spring
TEC 352 This course will examine individual and social                                                          W 5–8 pm
            transformation using the work of Walter Wink as its                                                 Cairns
            central focus. Issues of race, class, and gender will be
            examined and strategies for change explored.
CTU         Global Economic Justice and the Church                             Fall
EC 422      We dare not provide an ethic of economic life that is not          MW 8:30-9:45
            in strict relation to an ethic of political life and an ethic of   Fornasari
            communication. A Christian ethic must test its claims to
            normativity by the difference it makes for these
            interrelationships.
CTU         World Poverty, Development and Life's                                                Winter
EC 425      Liberation                                                                           MW 8:30-9:45
            Investigates and assesses the world's division into rich                             Fornasari
            and poor countries. Studies poverty, development, and
            liberation in the light of Scripture and Catholic social
            teaching, using today's kairos for Christian communities
            as focus.
CTU         Ministry Practicum II: Social Justice                                                Winter
M 490                                                                                            Pawlikowski
CTU         Bible, Mission and Culture                                                           Winter
BC 570                                                                                           M 11:30-2:15
                                                                                                 Okoye
CTU         Ministry Practicum II: Social Justice                              Fall
M 489       P                                                                  Pawlikowski
CTU         Ministry Practicum II: Social Justice                                                               Spring
M 491                                                                                                           Pawlikowski
CTU         Experience of Religion                                                                              MW 10-11:15
C 300                                                                                                           Schroeder
G-ETS       The Church and Social Systems                                                        Winter
22-502      Outline of stances taken by churches toward society in                               M 2-5:45
            different contexts. Various types of social systems, such                            Ruether
            as patriarchy, racism, liberal democracy, socialism,
            economic neocolonialism, and militarism.
LSTC        Jews and Judaism in Today's World                                                                   Spring
M-420       This course will familiarize students with the basic                                                M 2-5
            composition of Jewish life today, the major                                                         Sagarin
            denominations, practices, traditions and issues
            confronting the contemporary Jewish community.
LSTC        Introduction to Church and Society                                 Fall              Winter
M-370       A consideration of the diversity of ways the church                W 2:30-5:30       W 2:30-5:50
            relates to society. Emphasis on the importance of clear            Perry             Perry
            articulation of one's ethical framework for engaging
            issues selected by the class.




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MTS        Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights                                                    Spring
M 373      Movement                                                                                       TTh 6-7:50pm
           Course examines the life and ministry of Dr. King and the                                      Edwards
           impact of the civil rights movement. Discusses the
           historical model, theology and implications for leadership
           in African American and urban contemporary ministry.
NBTS       Church and Society                                                                             Spring
CT 310     The course examines the theological issues involved in                                         T 1-3:40
           the church's relationship to society.                                                          Mottesi
NPTS       Rural Church and Culture                                                        Spring
MNST       Overview and understanding of unique dynamics and                               Semester
5171       potential of the rural church in the United States and                          M 2:20-4:20
           Canada. Course components include experiential learning                         Carlson
           and highlight current online resources.
NPTS       Christian Encounter with Religious Pluralism                   Fall Semester
MNST       An overview of the major world religions and                   Th 10:35-12:25
6273       worldviews. Sociological and theological analysis of           Carlson/Weld
           contemporary religious movements, popular spirituality,
           and spiritual warfare. Ecumenics, apologetics, and
           dialogue. 2 hours.
NPTS       Understanding Church and Culture                                                Spring
MNST       Insights from social sciences for mission of the church.                        Semester
5181       Ethnography and ethnotheology, indigeneity and                                  Th 3:10-5
           syncretism, cross-cultural conflict and communication,                          Carlson/Weld
           modernism and postmodernism. Case studies in cultural
           expressions of Christianity. 2 hours.
NPTS       Wilderness and Faith                                                                           Spring
HSTY       Offsite, experiential course based on reading, explores                                        May weekend
7310       theme of wilderness in Bible, Christian history and                                            TBA
           spirituality, and American context of stewardship and                                          Anderson/Bruc
           land ethic. Includes wilderness trip in Boundary Waters                                        kner
           canoe area. PL
S-WTS      Church in Ecumenical Perspective                                                               Spring
ECUM                                                                                                      T 6:30-9:30pm
601                                                                                                       Tjorhom
TEDS       Social and Cultural Exegesis                                   Fall Semester
PT 723     Equips students to critically analyze the social and           T 2:20-4
           cultural context of a changing world from a biblical and       Cha
           theologically informed perspective, giving attention to the
           social processes that have and do shape our culture.
TEDS       Understanding the Urban World                                                                  Spring Quad B
PT 725     The main focus of this course will be on modern and                                            TTh 9:25-
           postmodern patterns of urbanization, analyzing urban                                           11:05
           systems                                                                                        Cha
World Mission Studies
CTU        Gifts and Strangers: The Missionary Presence                   Fall
C 411      Missionaries must learn to understand their new                MW 10-11:15
           environment and the subtle relationship with their hosts;      Gittins
           being a stranger is not easy. This course considers culture,
           language and belief, and the impact of missionaries.
CTU        Mission Integration Seminar                                    Fall
C 575      An integrating seminar for those returning from                W 7-9:45pm
           missionary, cross-cultural, or overseas training
           placements (OTP). L
CTU        American Mission History                                                                       T 7-9:45pm
CH 419                                                                                                    Dries
CTU        Worship and Mission                                                             R 1-3:45
C 570                                                                                      Kaserow



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CTU      Native American Spirituality                                                                 M 7-9:45pm
CS 418   Mitakuye oyas'in means "all my relatives" or "I am                                           Barbour
         related to all that is." Guided by Lakota elders, we will
         discover relationship of this Lakota prayer to ecology,
         justice, global spirituality. Weeklong field trip to South
         Dakota reservations offered.
CTU      Toward a Spirituality for Missionaries                                                       Spring
CS 519   A search for an appropriate, practicable, and holist                                         M 1-3:45
         spirituality through participants' reflection on mission                                     Gittins
         realities such as marginalization, poverty, embodiment,
         violence, and burnout.
CTU      Training for Cross-Cultural Mission and                      Fall            Winter
C 460    Ministry                                                     W 7-9:45pm      W 7-9:45pm
         Designed to prepare for cross-cultural and global            Barbour/Andra   Andraos/Schro
         ministry, using Paulo Freire's methodology to provide        os              eder
         theological, spiritual, and experiential dimensions and
         ecumenical/interfaith dialogue. Optional field trip to
         Lakota Reservations in South Dakota.
CTU      The Experience of Religion                                                   Winter
C 300    Students will be encouraged to appreciate the unfamiliar                     (1) M 7-
(1)(2)   and the cross-cultural elements in religions. Authentic                      9:45pm; (2) M
         ministry demands empathy and understanding of other                          7-9:45
         people's reality. Not easily achievable, such                                Inverness
         understanding is possible to undertake.
                                                                                      Andraos
CTU      Inter-Faith Dialogue: Theory and Praxis                                      MW 8:30-9:45
C 412    A course in the ministry of interfaith dialogue.                             Kaserow
         Experiencing the heritage of faith traditions in the
         Chicago area provides an opportunity to appreciate their
         rituals and symbols and to reflect theologically on the
         meaning of interfaith ministry.
CTU      Overseas Training Program                                    Fall
M 498    9 credits                                                    Alexander
LSTC     Cross Cultural Quarter
W-414    (see CTU/LSTC/MTS W-414 course description.)
LSTC     World Religions and the Christian Mission                                    Winter
W-432    Course begins with survey of religions most present and                      W 1-4
         active in North American context of religious pluralism.                     Bliese/Ficca
         How does one do ministry faithfully with neighbors from
         other traditions, and how does religious pluralism change
         Christian theologizing?
NBTS     Contemporary Issues in Missions                              M 4-6:40pm
ME 401   An examination of crucial issues in current missiology.      Stamoolis
NPTS     Missions in Latin America                                                    Spring
MNST     Latin American culture and context for the church.                           Semester
5156     History of Protestant missions in Latin America. The                         Weekend dates
         course includes a ten-day socio-economic development                         TBA
         project in Ecuador with a variety of Latin American guest                    Weld
         lecturers. Two hours.
NPTS     Introduction to Missions                                     Fall Semester
MNST     Biblical and theological foundations of the mission of the   T 6-7:50
5150     church. History and overview of the expansion of             Weld
         Christianity worldwide. Missions policy, call,
         qualifications, and missionary life issues. 2 hours.
NPTS     Cultural Dimensions in Missions                                              January Term
MNST     Insights from the social sciences are applied to the                         Jan 22- Feb 1
5151     missionary task of the church. Advocacy and                                  Weld
         contextualization of the gospel in various cultural
         settings. Culture shock, language learning, missionary-
         national relations. 2 hours.



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NPTS         Leadership and Empowering Laity for Church                                     Spring
MNST         Growth                                                                         Semester
7361         Examination of nature and issues of leadership in the                          T 6-8:50pm
             church. Such elements as leadership style, team                                Carlson/Brame
             development, change management, spiritual gifts, and                           r/Reed
             working with volunteers considered as they relate to
             clergy and laity leading for church growth.
S-WTS        The Church's Mission                                                           Winter
03/05-       A biblical, historical, and theological study of the                           Th 9-11:50
668S         Christian mission with attention to Anglican missionary                        TBA
             movements and the challenge to Christian mission in a
             multicultural society. Focus: theological grounding of
             mission in the doctrine of God.
S-WTS        Gospel Mission I                                               Fall
INTD                                                                        WF 9-10:50
500                                                                         All
S-WTS        Gospel Mission II                                                              Winter
INTD                                                                                        TTh 1-2:50
501                                                                                         All
TEDS         African Theologies and the Global Church                       Fall Semester
ME           The emergence of Southern Christianity and the challenge       Days Oct 1-12
845D         of Mother Tongue Theologies - the African dimension.           TBA
                                                                            Bediako
TEDS         Christian Encounters with South and Southeast                                  Spring
ME 835       Asian Religions                                                                Semester
             Study of the history of planting the church in South Asia,                     TTh 12:55-
             its relationship to South Asian social and cultural                            2:10
             contexts, and its encounters with Hinduism, Sikhism,                           Hiebert
             Jainism, and Islam.
TEDS         Foundations of Evangelism                                      Fall Semester
ME 524       Through lecture, discussion, small group interaction and       TTh 1-2
             field experience, the student will develop conviction, skill   Nyquist
             and confidence in communicating the Gospel, while
             learning to reproduce these skills in local settings.
TEDS         Ministry in Multicultural Settings                                             Spring
ME 641       Application of anthropological and sociological insights                       Semester
             to problems of missiology; attention to fundamentals of                        TTh 12:55-
             culture, differences in structure and organization of                          2:10
             various societies, the study of change and the missionary                      Priest
             as a change agent.
TEDS         Missionaries in Fiction and Secular Scholarship                Fall Semester
ME 845       Assess and critique works of contemporary fiction, film,       TTh 9:30-
             and secular scholarship featuring missionaries, reflecting     10:45
             on lessons from these works for Christian engagement           Priest
             cross-culturally and with the contemporary cultures in
             which these works appear.
TEDS         Christian Encounter with African Religions                                     Spring
ME 833       Descriptions and analyses of African religions to                              Semester
             ascertain areas of continuity and discontinuity with                           MW 12:55-
             Christian message. Structure of African religions, their                       2:10
             teachings on nature of theism and human destiny,                               Tiénou
             Christian approaches of African religionists.
History of Religions
LSTC        Toward Understanding Islam                                                      T 6:30-9:30
W-428       This course introduces the student to the origins of Islam,                     Bethlehem
             the Qur'an, Muslim worship, and characteristics of                             Luth. Church,
             Muslim life in the modern world, as well as the                                St. Charles, IL
             challenges presented for Christian witness.                                    Vogelaar



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LSTC         Jesus Within Religious Pluralism                                Fall
W-453        Analysis of theological history leading to judgment by          W 2:30-5:30
             some that Christian theology can no longer assert the           Thomsen
             finality of the "normativeness of Jesus Christ."
             Exploration of resources for possible responses to this
             theological and missional challenge.
LSTC         The Bible and the Qur'an                                                        Winter
W-531        In-depth examination of texts sacred to Christians and                          W 6:30-9:30
             Muslims. Study of events that produced them, their                              Vogelaar/Aasi
             reception and interpretation. Reflection on what is
             common ground, what is distinct, and what interfaith
             conversation requires.
LSTC         Christian and Muslims in History                                                                  Spring
W-532        To understand better the dynamics of Christian-Muslim                                             Th 6:30-9:30
             relations, one needs to look at what has transpired in the                                        At Bethlehem
             past. This course will examine texts that make and mark                                           Lutheran
             that path. Discussion of them and with Muslims will                                               Church.
             shape our style of learning.
                                                                                                               Vogelaar/Saadi
LSTC         Religions in Dialogue: Buddhism, Islam, and                                                       Spring
W-424        Christianity                                                                                      M 6:30-
             Interfaith conversations between the Christian instructors                                        9:30pm
             and a Buddhist and a Muslim will explore the nature of                                            Thomsen
             these faiths and seek understandings that make possible
             authentic community and shared tasks on behalf of life.
TEDS         Christian Encounter with Popular Religions                                      Spring
ME 834       Study of the religious beliefs and rituals of common folk,                      Semester
             particularly those related to spirits, ancestors, magic,                        MW 9:30-
             divination, witchcraft and shamanism, with attention                            10:45
             given to developing a biblical response.                                        Hiebert
Ministry Studies
I. The Nature and Practice of Ministry
CTS         Global Sensitivity in Ministry                                                   Winter
CM 365      The learning objectives of this course are to improve an                         T 6:30-9:30
             understanding of and a responsiveness to social                                 pm
             movements, cultural variety, and global issues.                                 Seo
CTS          Engaging the Powers                                                                               Spring
TEC          This course will examine individual and social                                                    W 5–8 pm
352x         transformation using the work of Walter Wink as its                                               Cairns
             central focus. Issues of race, class, and gender will be
             examined and strategies for change explored.
CTS          The Practice of Christian Ministry                              Fall
CM 300       A course to assist the student in experiencing and              W 6:30-9:30
             initiating a style of pastoral and theological reflection and   pm
             to provide perspective on the nature, history, and practice     Butler
             of ministry in Christian vocation. P
CTU          MAPS Project                                                    Fall
I 599        3 credits
CTU          Leadership Practicum                                                            Winter
I 601        An experience that focuses on the various dimensions of                         Bergant
             pastoral leadership. Its goal is the critical examination of
             theories and strategies of such leadership. 1 credit --
             MUST register all 3 quarters
CTU          MAPS Colloquium I                                               Fall
I 515                                                                        T 3:30-5:45
                                                                             Lucinio
CTU          M.Div. Integrating Seminar                                      Fall            Winter            Spring
I 596        9 credit -- MUST register all 3 quarters                        10/12, 10/26,   1/4, 1/25, 2/8,   F TBA
                                                                             11/16, 11/30    2/22, 3/1         Foley



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CTU       Ministry Practicum I                                          Fall
M 380     (MUST register all 3 quarters)                                Barbour,
                                                                        Andraos,
                                                                        Nothwehr,
                                                                        TBA
CTU       Ministry Practicum I
M 390-5
CTU       Issues in the African American Community                                               M 7-9:45pm
MPC 445                                                                                          Payne
CTU       MAPS Ministry Practicum                                       Fall
M 470                                                                   Lucinio
CTU       MA Thesis                                                     Fall
T 599     3 credits
CTU       Ecumenical Leadership Seminar
M 502
CTU       MAPS Colloquium II                                                        Winter
I 516                                                                               M 7-9:45pm
                                                                                    Curtsinger
CTU       Ministry Practicum I                                                      Winter
M 385     (3 quarters)                                                              Barbour,
                                                                                    Andraos,
                                                                                    Nothwehr,
                                                                                    TBA
CTU       Ministry Practicum                                                                     Spring
M 390-1                                                                                          Barbour
CTU       Ministry Practicum I                                                                   Spring
M 390-2                                                                                          Andraos
CTU       Ministry Practicum I                                                                   Spring
M 390-3                                                                                          Nothwehr
CTU       Ministry Practicum I                                                                   Spring
M 390-4                                                                                          Lovitt
CTU       MAPS Ministry Practicum                                                   Winter       Lucinio
M 479                                                                               Lucinio
G-ETS     Church Administration                                                     Winter
34-504    Understanding how administrative practices are informed                   F 8:15-12
          by images of the church as a covenant community.                          Peluso
          Effective leadership, authority and power issues, skills                  Verdend
          required in covenantal administation, connectionally,
          pastorally, liturgically.
G-ETS     Women in Ministry Claiming Authority                                                   Spring
34-642    Explore issues of authority that confront women in                                     T 2-5
          professional ministry.Consider diverse images and views                                Troxell
          of authority, presented in biblical witness and historic
          traditions, in light of Gospel of Christ. Identify tensions
          of authority.
G-ETS     Empowering the Congregation for Evangelism                                             Spring
34-637    A study of the role of the pastor and other church leaders                             TTh 2-3:50
          in discipling the congregation and motivating and training                             Tribble
          the laity in faith-sharing outreach ministries. Examines
          biblical and contemporary models in pastoral evangelism.
G-ETS     Theology of Evangelism                                                                 F 9-12
34-628    The scriptural, historical and theological foundations of                              Meadows
          evangelism within the Christian tradition. Through
          critical reflection students evaluate and enhance the
          theological integrity of the church's evangelistic presence
          in the world.




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G-ETS    Pastor and People                                                                                 Spring
34-506   Roles and responsibilities of the pastor, grounded in a                                           TTh 2-3:50
         theology of the church and ministry. Congregational                                               Fowler
         analysis and empowerment; issues of pastoral identity,
         authority, spirituality, and leadership. Practical guidance
         for various situations.
G-ETS    Spirituality in the USA Today                                                    Winter
34-682   Become acquainted with the many and diverse forms of                             Th 6-9:45 pm
         spirituality alive and well in contemporary America.                             Vogt Groves
         Focus is on types of spirituality outside of the Christian
         tradition, which will be explored from within it.
G-ETS    Issues in World Mission: Encounter in Islamic                  Fall
34-634   Context                                                        F 1-9pm & S
         Christian response to the challenges of major world            9-12 9/18,29;
         religions, religious pluralism and the New Age                 10/12,12 &
         Movement to evangelism. The impact of modernity and            26,27
         secular ideologies on world evangelism. The need for           Streyffellers
         cross-cultural communication and contextualization.
G-ETS    Cross-Cultural Theology & Ministry                                                                Spring
41-681                                                                                                     M 2-5
                                                                                                           Paik
LSTC     Junior Colloquy                                                Fall              Winter           Spring
M-310B                                                                  T 6:30-7:45pm     T 6:30-7:45pm    T 6:30-7:45pm
                                                                        West              West             West
LSTC     Art and World Religions                                                          Winter
M-439                                                                                     MTTh 6-9pm
                                                                                          Meets 2/11–3/7
                                                                                          Caemmerer
LSTC     Mission and Evangelism                                         Fall
M-490    After a survey of the history of evangelism, this course       T 6:30-9:30 St.
         will study programs of evangelism used in a variety of         Charles
         ecumenical contexts. Students will construct their own         Bliese
         theology and praxis of evangelism.
LSTC     Challenges in Rural Ministry                                                                      Spring
M-422    An examination of common misperceptions of small                                                  W 2:30-5:30
         town and farming communities and an identification of                                             Room 302A
         the distinctive values and cultural traditions of rural                                           Morris/Niedent
         communities. Efforts will be made to contextualize                                                hal
         pastoral ministry in rural congregations.
LSTC     Junior Colloquoy                                               Fall              Winter           Spring
M-310                                                                   T 6:30-7:45pm;    T 6:30-7:45pm;   T 6:30-7:45pm;
                                                                        Th 9:30-10:45     Th 9:30-10:45    Th 9:30-10:45
                                                                        Staff             Thomas, Menn,    Staff
                                                                                          Rodriguez
LSTC     Senior Seminar: Theology and the Church's                      Fall
M-       Ministry                                                       (A)W 8-10:50
450A/B   An integrative course dealing with the role of theology in     (B) W 8-10:50
         pastoral formation and functioning, and based on               (A)Pero (B)
         experiences and problems encountered in internship.            Kleingartner
LSTC     Mission Leadership                                                                                Spring
M-500    This course provides training in specific ministerial skills                                      M 1-4
         such as evangelism, stewardship, conflict resolution, and                                         Bliese/Kleinga
         ministry in daily life. Theological reflection on these                                           rtner
         skills and on modes of leadership in the pastoral office.




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M/L       Introduction to Ministry                                        Fall           Winter         Spring
M345      What does it mean to be a minister today? What qualities        TBA 10:30-12   W 10:30-12     W 10:30-12
          should a minister have? What is the minister's role in the      Murry          Murry          Murry
          congregation/community? What is the nature of
          ministerial leadership? Year-long weekly course required
          of all new M/L students. 1/3 Unit/qu
M/L       Arts of Ministry III: Justice, Ministry &                                                     Spring
M367      Advocacy - Social Roles of Religion                                                           T 1:30-4:30
          Addresses role of liberal church and ministry in the                                          Harlow/Murry
          world. Contribution to justice-making and public life.
          Examine several models and case studies of religious
          involvement in social change through site visits, reading
          and discussion.
M/L       Arts of Ministry I: Leadership Theory                                          Winter I
M365IN    The role of the liberal religious leader in various contexts.                  M-F Jan. 14-
T         Varieties of leadership styles, group dynamics and                             18, 9-5
          development of conflict management will be considered.                         TBA
          Theoretical and practical aspects will be discussed.
M/L       The Contemporary Context of Ministry: Arts of                   Fall
M365      Ministry I                                                      W 9-12
          Explore organizational forms and implications for               Bumbaugh
          contemporary religious leadership. Consider expectations,
          role of systems, how ministry is shaped by structures and
          expectations. Also systems theory, boundary issues and
          self-care.
M/L       Internship Integration                                          Fall           Winter
M359      A course designed to help students integrate the                M 9:30-11:30   TBA
          internship experience with their academic work. Attention       Bumbaugh       Bumbaugh
          will be paid to strengthening weaknesses noted during the
          internship. 1/2 credit.
M/L       Internship Integration                                          TBA            TBA
M459      Offered to students returning from Internship, seminar          Bumbaugh       Bumbaugh1
          provides structured way to reflect upon the internship
          experience, process the learning acquired, and explore
          unfinished agenda items and open questions. Conducted
          as an ongoing conversation.
MTS       Reflection on Ministry                                          Fall           Winter         M 6-8:50pm
M 404                                                                     M 6-8:50pm     M 6-8:50pm     Lindstrom,
                                                                          Lindstrom,     Lindstrom,     Wendorf,
                                                                          Wendorf,       Wendorf,       Esterline
                                                                          Esterline      Esterline
MTS       Christian Responsibility in the Public Realm                                   W 2-4:50
M/E 301                                                                                  Livezey
MTS       Reading the City                                                Fall
M 459                                                                     T 9-11:50
                                                                          Wendorf
MTS       Managing Church Conflict                                                       FS
M 467                                                                                    Halverstadt
MTS       Professional Ethics for Clergy                                                                T 6-8:50pm
M/E 402                                                                                                 Cary/Livezey
MTS       Cross Cultural Quarter Border Links                             Fall Preterm
I/T 486                                                                   8/17-31
                                                                          Rivera
MTS       Korean American Ministry in North American                      Fall
M 350K    Contexts                                                        M 2-4:50
                                                                          Yoon
MTS       Korean American Community and Church                                                          F 9-11:50
M 316                                                                                                   Kim/Kim (Adj)



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MTS       The Church and Homosexuality: Queer Fear                                                      T 9-11:50
M 460     and Faithful Dissent                                                                          Mullen
MTS       Crossings: A Theology of Atonement for                         Fall
T/M,      Ministry Today                                                 F 9-11:50
M/T 470                                                                  Cary/Cathey
MTS       Presbyterian Witness for Racial Justice                                      T 9-11:50
M/H 446                                                                                Mullen
NBTS      Theology and Practice of Evangelism                            Fall
ME 301    A study of the theology and practices of doing                 M 7-9:40 pm
          evangelism in a post-modern context.                           Price
NBTS      ABC/USA Context for Ministry                                                                  Spring
IN 302    An introduction to the structure of the ABC and                                               T 1-3:40
          opportunities for ministry there.                                                             D. Borchert
NBTS      Christian Leadership                                                                          M 1-3:40
MN 330    This course explores the variety of leadership styles                                         D. Lee
          operative within the local church. Special attention is
          given to the discernment of personality preferences in
          relation to particular contexts of ministry.
NBTS      Practice of Pastoral Ministry                                  Fall
MN 540    Will aid students in working with pastoral search              T 9-11:40
          committees to secure a position and also in conducting         Lee
          such ministry tasks as weddings, funerals, baptisms, the
          Lord's Supper, budgeting, evangelism, conflict
          management, and building the church program.
NBTS      Chaplaincy                                                                                    T 9-11:40
MN 435    An examination of a variety of chaplaincy opportunities:                                      TBA
          hospital, hospice, military, prison, institutional and more.
NBTS      Women in Pastoral Ministry                                                   F 7-9:40pm, S
MN 520    An examination of some of the special challenges and                         9-4, 1/25-26,
          opportunities for women ministers.                                           2/15-16, 3/15-
                                                                                       16
                                                                                       Zettler
NBTS      Church Planting and Development                                              Online course
ME 420    An examination of the issues and practices of church                         with sessions
          planting.                                                                    on 1/19, 3/23
                                                                                       9:00-4:00
                                                                                       Lee
NBTS      Issues in African American Church Ministry                                                    T 4-6:40pm
MN 484    An examination of a number of issues facing African                                           Butler
          American church leaders in the local congregation.
NBTS      Leading Congregationial Change                                 Th 1-3:40
MN 441    A study of the factors involved in bringing about change       Mottesi
          in local congregations.
NBTS      Multicultural Youth Ministry                                                 F 7-9:40pm, S
ME 413    A study of how to lead a multicultural youth ministry.                       9-4, 1/25-26,
                                                                                       2/15-16, 3/15-
                                                                                       16
                                                                                       Gerali
NBTS      Ministry and Technology I                                      M 4-6:40pm
MN 346    A basic introduction to the uses of technology to assist in    Lee
          local church ministry.
NBTS      Reaching At Risk Youth                                                                        Th 4-6:40pm
YM 415    A study of the challenges, opportunities, and methods of                                      TBA
          reaching troubled teens.
NBTS      Adolescent Development                                                       Winter
YM 302    A course that examines the nature of adolescent                              M 4-6:40
          development as it relates to effective youth ministry.                       Stein



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NBTS      Adolescent Culture                                                                               Spring
YM 303    An examination of the complex cultures of contemporary                                           T 7-9:40 pm
          adolescents.                                                                                     Gerali
NPTS      Evangelism and Church Planting                                                 Spring
MNST      A study of evangelism in its personal and corporate                            Semester
5160      dimensions. The student will examine the biblical basis                        Th 6-8:50pm
          for evangelism and its present-day applications with                           Reed
          special emphasis given to church planting as an
          evangelistic strategy. 2 hours.
NPTS      Small Group Ministry                                         Internet course
CEDF      Prepare for small group leadership or ministry               Bramer
6202      coordination. Will include rationale and models for small
          group ministry, aspects of group dynamics (decision-
          making, self-disclosure, roles), and resources available.
          Participation in lab groups. One hour.
NPTS      Evangelism and Discipleship                                  Fall Semester     Spring
CEDF      Seeks to prepare student in both the theoretical and         T 10:35-12:25     Semester
5109      practical dimensions of evangelism and discipleship. The     Reed              Internet Course
          biblical bases of evangelism and the biblical pattern of                       Reed
          discipleship will be the foundations of the course.
NPTS      Stewardship                                                  Fall Semester
MNST      This course focuses on the dimensions of whole-life          TTh 6-7pm
7375      stewardship, becoming a steward in one's personal life,      Carlson
          and leading congregations in faithful stewardship. 1 hour.
NPTS      Patterns of Church Renewal                                   Fall Semester
MNST      Study how to lead a static or dying church into renewal      M 8-9:50
6262      and growth. Consider roles of Holy Spirit and prayer as      Reed
          well as theology of body life and models of renewal. Seek
          personal renewal as an integral part of the need within
          today's church. Two hours.
S-WTS     Young Adult Ministry Offering                                Fall
MNST                                                                   M 6:30-
640                                                                    9:30pm
                                                                       TBA
S-WTS     Practice of Ministry                                                           Winter
15-501S   Made up of ten weeks of full-time experience in selected                       TBA
          parishes. Students will meet regularly with a faculty team                     Dreibelbis
          and site supervisors for action/reflection sessions.
S-WTS     Church, Ministry and Culture                                 Fall
12-504S   Current studies of congregations and their cultures,         T 9-10:50, Th
          community context and leadership roles. Cases develop        9-10:50; F 1-3
          skills in understanding identity of congregation and         as needed
          community, contextualizing faith in varied settings,         Dreibelbis
          finding resources, developing programs.
S-WTS     Senior Seminar                                                                                   Spring
13-623S   Prepare and discuss presentations on clergy finances and                                         T 3-4:50
          taxes, peer/colleague relationships after ordination,                                            Lemler
          bishops and vestries, needs/differences for clergy women
          and men.
TEDS      Ministry Couples and Life's Realities                                          Spring
PT 675C   The unique stresses of ministry in relationship to common                      Semester
          problems of life will be addressed. Consider ministry                          W 7-8:40pm
          expectations, privileges, and dangers. Principles for                          Crain
          prevention and intervention in maintaining relationships
          and fruitfulness.
TEDS      Intro to Church Planting                                     Fall Semester
PT 769    An overview of the theology, theory, and practice of a       TTh 2:20-5
          church planting ministry. Special attention is given to a    Alessi
          model of evangelism for church planting, the Pauline
          cycle, and contemporary models of church planting.



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TEDS          Developing Asian American Ministries                            Fall Semester
PT 675B       An examination of the Asian American church experience          T 7-8:40pm
              from historical, sociological and theological perspectives,     Cha
              exploring models and approaches of ministry appropriate
              to this context.
TEDS          Generation "X" and the Gospel                                                   Spring Quad A
PT 675        A study of the context and experience of today's young                          TTh 9:25-
              adult, giving attention to the cultural and sociological                        11:05
              influences of postmodernism, and examining ways to                              Cha
              engage "Gen Xers" with the Good News of Jesus Christ.
              2 hours.
II. Spirituality and Spiritual Direction
CTU            Issues in Spiritual Formation                                                  M 8:30-11:15
S 506          Spiritual formation is more than spiritual direction.                          Cavazos-
              Course offers an overview of models and iswsues                                 Gonzalez
              involved in processes that animate spiritual formation in
              both individuals and communities (parochial, religious or
              lay movements).
CTU           Theology and the Practice of Prayer                             Fall
S 414         This course will take scientific look at the phenomenon of      MW 10-11:15
              Christian prayer and the theology expressed by the words        Lachance
              and attitudes of the practices, spiritualities and theologies
              expressed in personal and communal prayer.
CTU           Medieval Women Mystics: Beguines                                                TR 11:30-
S 525                                                                                         12:45
                                                                                              Lachance
CTU           Spirituality and Group Ministry                                 T 8:30-11:15
S 522                                                                         Cahill
CTU           Ministry Practicum II: Spirituality                             Fall
M 483                                                                         Frohlich
CTU           Introduction to the Christian Spiritual Life                                                    Spring
S 402         Surveys traditional and contemporary practices of prayer,                                       TR 10-11:15
              community, service, discernment, and spiritual guidance,                                        Cavazos-
              with the aim of assisting development of an integrated                                          Gonzalez
              vision of the Christian spiritual life.
CTU           The Experience of Christian Vocation                                            S noon five
S 405         Spiritual, psychological, biblical and theological                              Saturdays
              perspectives on the Christian's experience of being                             Frohlich
              "called." While emphasis will be on patterns common to
              all Christian vocations, the origins and value of
              distinctions will also be examined.
CTU           Spirituality in Diverse Cultures                                M 7-9:45pm
S 615                                                                         Frohlich
CTU           Integrating Seminar: Biblical Spirituality                                      Winter
B 585         Program                                                                         W 8:30-11:15
              Meets weekly to integrate experience in Israel and                              Curtsinger
              courses at CTU, ministerial background and personal
              ideals, and contemporary questions for a holistic biblical
              spirituality. Restricted to participants in any of the CTU
              Israel programs.
CTU           Spirituality, Ministry, and Survivors of Human                                  M 7-9:45pm
CS 594        Rights Abuses                                                                   Barbour
              Seminar combining theory and praxis with Chicago
              agencies and groups working with refugees and survivors.
              Emphasis on accompaniment; spiritualities of healing,
              forgiveness and reconciliation; places of safety and
              healing of memories; our own healing.




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CTU        Guadalupe and Marian Spirituality                                S 1-3:45
CS 419                                                                      Cavazos-
                                                                            Gonzales
CTU        Foundations for the Study of Spirituality                        Fall
S 505      Defines spirituality as a field of study; explores the           T 7-9:45pm
           relationship between spiritual praxis and research in            Frohlich/Cavaz
           spirituality; surveys research methods; evaluates the            os
           notion of a "spiritual classic"; examines issues in the
           historical study of spirituality. L
CTU        Asian Spiritualities in Christian Perspective                                                    T 7-9:45pm
S 565                                                                                                       Teasdale
CTU        Global Spirituality                                              MW 8:30-9:45
S 400                                                                       Teasdale
CTU        Introduction to Spiritual Companionship                                           R 8:30-11:15
S 410      History of the notion of spiritual direction; qualities of the                    Cahill
           director; aims of the experience; and different types and
           forms of the spiritual dialogue. Students will engage in
           role-playing various colloquies and share in evaluating
           the experiences.
CTU        Ministry Practicum II: Spirituality                                               Winter
M 484                                                                                        Frohlich
CTU        Ministry Practicum II: Spirituality                                                              Spring
M 485                                                                                                       Frohlich
CTU        The Biology of the Spirit: Religious and                                                         T 8:30-11:15
S 536      Scientific Perspectives                                                                          Frohlich
CTU        Discernment: Classical Tradition,                                R 8:30-11:15
S 511      Contemporary Dilemmas                                            Frohlich
G-ETS      Spiritual Direction/Companionship                                Fall
34-607     Explores biblical texts, historical traditions, and modern       T 2-5
           approaches to the art of spiritual direction/guidance and        Troxell
           its place in the church today; relationship of spiritual
           direction to counseling, therapy, and mentoring as part of
           clergy roles. L
G-ETS      Prayer in Christian Ministry                                                      Winter I
34-606     Identifying, exploring, and participating in diverse forms                        MWF 8-12 &
           of prayer and meditation, grounded in Scripture and                               TTh 8-11
           tradition. Attention to personal spiritual formation and to                       Heavner
           integration of prayer with the functional roles of pastor
           and Christian educator.
M/L        Introduction to Spiritual Formation for Liberal                  TBA
M311       Ministers                                                        Inst. For
           Using resources from various religious traditions, and           Spiritual
           using lecture/discussion and experiential methods, this          Leadership
           course will emphasize spiritual formation from a liberal
           religious perspective.
M/L        Eco-Justice                                                      Fall
E375/575   Course focuses on the environmental and social justice           W 1:30-4:30
           context of religious communities. Exploration of                 Hepokoski
           interrelationships of race, class, gender and geography,
           particularly in Chicago metropolitan area. Attention to
           patterns that model sustainability.
M/L        Spiritual Journey Workshop                                                        Winter I
I300INT    An immersion into the process of our own spiritual                                M-F Jan. 21-
           journeying, employing a method of theological reflection                          25, 9-1
           as developed by E. Whitehead, T. Groome, H. R. Niebuhr                            Gerdes
           and others with application for personal and institutional
           use. One-half credit.
MTS        Confronting the Powers                                                            F 9-11:50
M 379                                                                                        Wendorf


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MTS      Prodding the Religious Imagination: Poets and                                                   Th 6-8:50pm
M 309    Faith                                                                                           Cary
MTS      Pilgrimage in Faithfullness                                   Fall
I 301                                                                  T 5-9 pm
                                                                       Sawyer, Kalu,
                                                                       Chun, Ashby,
                                                                       Cary,
                                                                       Campbell,
                                                                       Edwards
MTS      African American Prayer Traditions                                             Winter
M 428    Course will study role of the African American Christian                       T 6-8:50pm
         prayer tradition in America. It will provide a historical                      Edwards
         survey of prayers from oral and written traditions as well
         as in African American sacred music.
MTS      Spirituality and Ministry                                                      3/18-22 8:30-
M 420K                                                                                  4:30
                                                                                        Lee
NBTS     The Spiritual Journey                                         Th 7-9:40pm
WS 452   An exploration of how people move through their               Waterman
         spiritual lives.
NPTS     Spiritual Formation: Topics                                                    Spring
SPFM     This course will be offered with a variety of topics. One                      Semester
7206     or two hours.                                                                  M 2:20-4:20
NPTS     Spiritual Formation: From Hostility to                        Fall Semester
SPFM     Hospitality                                                   M 2:20-4:20
7205     How conflict, anger and hurt can be transcended without       Sheppard/Mag
         being denied and how power can be used redemptively.          nuson
NPTS     Spiritual Formation: Christian Life I and II                  Fall Semester    Spring
SPFM     Student will be introduced to foundational motifs, terms      Th 10:35-12:25   Semester
5201 &   and practices of Christian spiritual formation to integrate   Weborg           Th 10:35-12:25
5202     spiritual formation's individual and communal elements.
NPTS     Discipleship/Mentoring for Christian Growth                   Fall Semester
MNST     and Ministry                                                  M 7-8pm
7306     Course seeks to provide a comprehensive understanding         Reed
         of mentoring with particular emphasis given to discipling.
         Biblical basis for discipling examined and applied to
         contemporary Christian living and ministry. Small group
         discipleship encounters. 1 hour.
NPTS     Spiritual Formation: Spiritual Direction and                  Fall Semester    Spring
SPFM     Solitude                                                      T 10:35-12:25    Semester
6304     Explore the freedom and resistance encountered when           Weborg/Ceper     T 10:35-12:25
         God is engaged in prayer or in the perceived prompting of     o                Weborg/Ceper
         the Holy Spirit. Learn about the art and science of                            o
         spiritual direction. Required silent retreat. L
NPTS     Spiritual Formation: Embodiment                                                Spring
SPFM     Develop self-awareness as to how persons inhabit their                         Semester
6303     longings. Focus on discernment of how the body might                           T 10:35-12:25
         experience and express longings for health, intimacy,                          Carlson/Chase-
         sexual integrity, vocational satisfaction.                                     Ziolik
NPTS     Prayer and Life in the Spirit                                                  Spring
MNST     This course, taught ecumenically (five Northside schools)                      Semester
6206     in retreat setting, is designed to provide students and                        Weekend dates
         professors with opportunity to explorre roots and                              TBA
         development of various Christian spiritual traditions                          Sutton
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S-WTS        Spiritual Direction                                                           Winter
06-610S      Exploration of issues and methods in spiritual direction                      MW 1-2:50
             through readings in current literature, guest speakers,                       Barker
             practical exercises and discussion.
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                           Fall
06-510A                                                                    M 7-9pm
                                                                           Prechtel
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                           Fall
06-510B                                                                    T 3-4:50
                                                                           Prechtel
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                           Fall
06-510C                                                                    W 3-4:50
                                                                           Prechtel
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                                           Winter
06-511A                                                                                    W 3-4:50
                                                                                           Prechtel
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                                           Winter
06-511B                                                                                    W 3-4:50
                                                                                           Prechtel
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                                                         Spring
06-512A                                                                                                  W 3-4:50
                                                                                                         Prrechtel
S-WTS        Spiritual Formation in Small Groups                                                         Spring
06-512B                                                                                                  Th 3-4:50
                                                                                                         Prechtel
S-WTS        Spirituality                                                                  Winter
SPFM                                                                                       TTh 9-10:50
500                                                                                        Barker
TEDS         Personal Holiness                                                             Spring
EM 675       Endeavors to give students opportunities to become more                       Semester
             intimate with the Lord in all facets of life and ministry,                    TTh 9:30-
             freeing the student to minister more holistically and                         10:45
             experience Christ more intimately.                                            Sabo
TEDS         Principles of Discipleship                                    Fall Semester
ME 720       A practicum on the way Christian disciples are                TTh 8-9:15am
             developed, with practical guidelines for implementing         Sabo
             discipleship as a personal lifestyle and within the context
             of the local church.
III. Pastoral Care
CTS           Psychopathology in Theological Perspective                                   Winter
TEC           A phenomenological examination of psychopathology                            W 2–5
561x          will be the occasion for theological reflection on the                       Moore
             nature and dynamics of alienation, sin, and evil as
             manifest in human personality.
CTS          African American Pastoral Psychology                                          Winter
CM 335       Course considers the African American approach to                             W 9-12
             human nature, personality theory, and key concepts.                           Butler
             Biblical texts will be woven with the psychological
             theories to encourage a pastoral approach to
             psychotherapy.
CTS          Introduction to Pastoral Care                                                               Spring
CM 331       Course seeks to facilitate pastoral formation and                                           W 2-5
             introduce ministries of pastoral care. Emphasis placed                                      Butler
             upon the minister's healing role with people in crisis and
             the biblical and theological foundations of pastoral care.




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CTS      Short-term Pastoral Counseling                                               Winter
CM 430   Course will focus on effective management and                                Th 9-12
         prevention of crises as well as on effective interventions                   Butler
         through the development of counseling skills and
         techniques. Videotaped roles will be one learning tool.
CTS      Advanced Pastoral Care: Dynamics of Grief                     Fall
CM 500   An advanced seminar on pastoral care focused on               W 2-5
         selected human problems of particular interest to the         Moore
         student, e.g., alcoholism, death & dying, mid-life crises
         and more.
CTU      Human Development and Pastoral Care                                          W 7-9:45pm
MP 545                                                                                Strozdas
CTU      Integration Theory & Technique                                                            W 7-9:45pm
MP 550                                                                                             Strozdas
CTU      Family Dynamics in the Pastoral Care Setting                                              MW 2:30-3:45
MP 405                                                                                             Strozdas
CTU      Persons & Families Struggling with Addiction                  R 1-3:45
MP 414                                                                 McClone
CTU      Leadership in Pastoral Care Settings                          M 10-12:45
MP 501                                                                 Strozdas
CTU      Introduction to Pastoral Care                                 Fall           Winter
MP 360   Focuses on (1) the many contexts of care; (2) principles      S 8:30-11:15   MW 11:30-
         and dynamics of pastoral care; (3) skills in empathic         Strozdas       12:45
         listening and responding to various human situations.                        Strozdas
         Time is required outside the class in practice sessions
         with peers and instructors. L
G-ETS    Ritual in Teaching & Care                                                    Winter
33/32-   Exploration of ritual theories and application to religious                  F 8:15-12
850      education and pastoral care. Assessment and design of                        Hogue/L.
         rituals for special occasions as well as the role of                         Vogel
         sacraments and rites in the formation and care of persons.
G-ETS    The Congregation as a Healing Community                                      Winter
32-601   How do congregations experience healing in the midst of                      TTh 2:45-5
         conflict and brokenness and families in the midst of                         Poling
         betrayal and abuse? The metaphor of healing can focus on
         the beauty and danger of community life with attention to
         leadership's role.
G-ETS    Pastoral Care in Economics                                                                Spring
32-844   Explore literature on economics, class, and pastoral care.                                M 6:30-9:30
         Examine assumptions, challenge distortions arising from                                   Poling
         gender, race and class. Reconstruct pastoral theology
         adequate to socio-economic realities of everyday U.S.
         life. L
G-ETS    Psychology of Whiteness & Feminist Theologies                 Fall
32-855   Exploration of racial identity with particular focus on       Th 6:30-9:30
         whiteness and its role in feminist theologies. Post-          pm
         structural and feminist psychoanalytic theory used to         Rector
         understand differences between self and other and the
         subsequent implications for racism.
G-ETS    Introduction to the Psychology of Religion                                                Spring
32-814   Exposes students to quasi-scientific study of religious                                   T 2-5
         experience and behavior from psychological and                                            Rector
         normative perspectives (biblical and theological). Enables
         students to analyze religious experience and behavioral
         data from various perspectives.




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G-ETS     Pastoral Counseling: The Pastor as Counselor                   Fall
32-631    Exposure to theory and practice of pastoral counseling for     TTh 8:45-
          the prospective parish pastor. Emphasis on counseling          10:45
          skill development as well as theological, cross-cultural,      Hogue
          and psychological models of interpretation.
G-ETS     Premarital, Marital and Family Counseling in                   Fall
32-834    Pastoral Care                                                  Th 6:30-9:30
          Theory and practice of pastoral counseling with couples        pm
          and families, including those in premarital, marital,          Hogue
          divorce, and postmarital situations as well as counseling
          issues with families of nuclear, single-parent, blended,
          and/or extended composition.
G-ETS     Introduction to Pastoral Care                                  Fall                          Spring
32-501    An introductory course including a study of human              TTh 2-3:50                    Th 6:30-9:30
          development, growth, crisis, and pathology; the                Poling                        pm
          development of skills in integrating theology and the                                        Rector
          practice of ministry with an understanding of human
          growth and interpersonal relationships.
G-ETS     Evil and Aggression                                            Fall
32-845    Through reading, discussion and case studies, we will          M 6:30-9:30
          unmask experiences of evil including child abuse, sexual       Poling
          violence, racial injustice, poverty, and ecological
          destruction, and discern the psychological, social and
          theological structures enabling evil.
G-ETS     Gender Issues in the Psychology of Religion                                     Winter
32-802    Gender issues and their implications for pastoral care.                         TTh 2:45-5
          Based on suggestions in contemporary psychology and                             Rector
          neuro-theology of different approaches to life by men and
          women, especially experiences of autonomy and
          relatedness. Practical ministry issues.
LSTC      Pastoral Care                                                                                Spring
M-        Offers opportunities to reflect theologically, culturally                                    (A)W 8-10:50
320A/B    and psychologically about pastoral care situations; to                                       (B) M 6:30–
          practice pastoral care skills; and to explore pastoral                                       9:30pm, at 8765
          identity. Participants must be able to make pastoral visits.                                 W. Higgins Rd,
                                                                                                       Chicago
                                                                                                       (A)Billman
                                                                                                       (B)TBA
LSTC      Ritual and Pastoral Care                                       Fall
M-484     Marriage, funerals                                             M 8-10:50
                                                                         Bangert/Billma
                                                                         n
M/L       Introduction to Pastoral Counseling                                                          Spring
M484/58   In depth look at dynamics and issues involved in care                                        W 1:30-4:30
4         giving activities. Specific attention to assessment, and                                     Pangerl
          varieties of short-term care giving relationships. Topics
          include crisis intervention, death and dying, crosscultural
          dynamics.
MS        Pastoral Perspectives on Illness, Death, and                                                 Spring
PL365     Bereavement                                                                                  MTh 2:40-4
          Overview of the illness/death/bereavement process from                                       Sevcik
          theological, psychological, cultural, pastoral perspectives.
          Students encouraged to deepen their own theologies of
          suffering and death. Issues: pastoral care, funeral
          homilies, role of parish. L
MTS       CPE Seminar                                                    Fall
M 421                                                                    TBA
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MTS      The Church As a Health Resource                               Fall
M 350                                                                  W 6-8:50pm
                                                                       Ashby
MTS      Pastoral Care in the Congregational Context                                     W 6-8:50pm
M 411    Course considers the "cure of souls" as a task and                              Ashby
         opportunity shared by people of God. Discusses such
         topics as crisis intervention, death and dying, pastoral
         conversation, community building.
MTS      Pastoral Counseling                                                                               Spring
M 311    Introduction of basic concepts and models for effective                                           W 8-10:50
         pastoral counseling, including initial assessment,                                                Ashby
         establishing counseling relationship, maintaining caring
         and helpful relationships, referrals, and techniques for
         various situations.
MTS      Introduction to Pastoral Care                                                   Winter
M 310    Course leads students toward basic understanding of                             M 2-4:50
         meaning and practice of pastoral care and helps students                        Ashby
         acquire skills necessary for field education, clinical
         pastoral education, and pastoral ministry. L
NBTS     Introduction to Pastoral Care                                                                     M 4-6:40pm
PC 301   An introductory course designed to develop skills in the                                          Justes
         interpersonal practices of ministry.
NBTS     Psychology of Women                                           T 9-11:40
PC 440   A study of theories and practices of pastoral counseling      Moore
         for women.
NBTS     Premarital and Marital Counseling                                                                 F 7-9:40pm, S
PC 430   An examination of the issues involved in counseling                                               9-4, 4/5-6,
         couples before and after they marry.                                                              4/26-27, 5/17-
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                                                                                                           Moore
NBTS     Pastoral Theology                                             Fall
PC 401   An exploration of the integration of theology with the        Th 1-3:40
         practice of pastoral care through the use of case studies     Justes
         presented by the participants. Prereq: PC 301. L
NBTS     Pastoral Care in a Pluralistic World                                            M 1-3:40
CTPC     A course on how to do pastoral care in a world full of                          Justes
407      diversity.
NBTS     Conflict, Visitation and Grief                                Fall
CTPC     This course is an exploration of conflict resolution,         F 7-9:40pm, S
411      different kinds of visitation, and grief counseling.          9-4, 10/5-6,
                                                                       10/26-27,
                                                                       11/16-17
                                                                       Justes
NPTS     Reflections on the Practice of Health Ministry                Fall Semester
MNST     This interactive course is for persons currently engaged in   Internet course
5132     health ministries to explore spiritual and practice issues.   Chase-Ziolek
         One hour.
NPTS     Developing Congregationally-based Health                                        Spring
MNST     Ministries                                                                      Semester
5130     Theoretical framework and practical skills to engage a                          Internet course
         congregation in developing health ministries. Study                             Chase-Ziolek
         dynamics of congregational culture and community
         development to facilitate health ministries and models of
         health ministry and program resources.




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NPTS      Experiences of the Body and Pastoral Ministry                                   Spring
MNST      How do bodily experiences such as illness, eating dis                           Semester
6246      orders, abuse, race, gender affect individuals' sense of                        M 8-9:50
          self? How do cultural views of "body" influence pastoral                        Sheppard
          ministry? Discover how to provide pastoral care
          addressing these issues.
NPTS      Pastoral Care and Community Justice                            Fall Semester
MNST      The church's part in responding to societal injustices.        Th 10:35-12:25
6224      Examine ethical and scriptural underpinnings of pastoral       Sheppard
          care of community justice perspective, including concerns
          of economic, education, racial/ethtnic, legal and gener
          injustices.
NPTS      Family Counseling                                                               January Term
MNST      Lectures, readings, discussion, and guest presentations                         Sheppard
5122      will be used to analyze and explore the therapeutic
          approach of family-systems theory in counseling. 2 hours.
NPTS      Pastoral Care with Families and Individuals in                 Fall Semester
MNST      Chronic Crisis                                                 M 6:20-
5123                                                                     8:10pm
                                                                         Sheppard
NPTS      Introduction to Pastoral Care and Counseling                                    Spring
MNST      Case method, role play, demonstrations, readings and                            Semester
6122      lecture impart strategies and skills to equip the pastor for                    TTh 1:30-2:55
          working with the congregation and providing an effective
          ministry to personal and family needs. Includes
          comparative analysis of approaches; methods of referral.
S-WTS     Pastoral Care and Counseling for Young Adults                                   Winter           Spring
MNST                                                                                      W 6:30-          M 6:30-
641                                                                                       9:30pm           9:30pm
                                                                                          Griffin          TBA
S-WTS     Pastoral Care and Congregations                                                                  Spring
MNST                                                                                                       MW 3-4:50
600                                                                                                        Dreibelbis/Grif
                                                                                                           fin
TEDS      Pre-Marital Counseling                                         Fall Quad B
PC 502    This class will expose the student to the theories and tools   T 8:15-9:15am
          used in church-based pre-marital counseling. Skills            Maier
          unique to this form of ministry will also be addressed.
TEDS      Techniques for Brief Pastoral Counseling                       Fall Mod
PC 502A   Helping models developed specifically for effective            MW 11/16-17
          counseling in compact time frames will be introduced and       TBA
          practiced. These strategic approaches use well defined,        Dillon
          proactive techniques to make the most of limited contact.
TEDS      Marital Restoration Ministries                                                  Spring
PC 502B   This course will explore the ingredients that have made                         Modular
          the Willow Creek marriage psycho-education outreach                             F 3/8, 22; TBA
          such a powerful format for marriage re-creation, spiritual                      Hook
          renewal, and evangelism.
TEDS      Ministry to Troubled Families                                                   Spring
EM 773    A study of the dysfunctional family system and its effects                      Semester
          on its members, an analysis of the process of recovery for                      W 2:20-5
          adult children, and survey of guidelines and strategies for                     Sell
          the church's ministry to troubled families.
TEDS      Multicultural Issues in Counseling                             Fall Semester
PC 747    Study of communication issues arising out of counseling        M 12:55-2:10
          between different cultures or subcultures. Emphasis on         Parent
          overcoming cultural barriers and on understandings and
          techniques designed to enhance intercultural
          communication.



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IV. Liturgy and Worship
CTS          Baptism and Eucharist                                                        Winter
CM 308       An examination of the theology of the sacraments,                            T 9–12
             particularly as they embody the individual and communal                      Edgerton
             shape of Christian life.
CTS          Introduction to Christian Worship                                                           Spring
CM 314       Meaning and practice of congregational worship with                                         T 2-5
             special attention to pastoral dimension of worship and                                      Haldeman
             role of worship leader. The liturgical year will provide
             basic structure, but study will include marriage, funeral,
             and occasional services.
CTS          Ritual Studies                                                               Winter
CM 415       An exploration of representative ritual theories, the                        W 2-5
             practice of ritual criticism, and the ways in which rituals                  Haldeman
             change, die and emerge.
CTU          Shaping A Place of Worship                                                   T 8:30-11:15
W 563        Using a range of media and methods, this seminar will                        Ostdiek
             examine liturgical, spatial, artistic, and pastoral issues
             involved in shaping places for worship, with special
             attention to the process of building/renovating churches.
CTU          Introduction to Liturgy                                       Fall                          Spring
W 350        Basic issues and elements of Christian liturgy with           MW 1-2:15                     MW 1-2:15
             special attention given to the liturgical documents of the    Fragomeni                     McCarron
             Roman Catholic church. Required lab sessions on dates
             announced at the beginning of the quarter.
CTU          Theology of the Eucharist                                     Fall           MW 8:30-9:45
W 450        Study of origins and development of eucharistic liturgy       TR 8:30-9:45   Foley
             and theology with particular emphasis on the eucharistic      McCarron
             prayer. Theological reflection on its development will
             prepare for discussion of contemporary issues in
             eucharistic theology and practice. L
CTU          Lay Leadership of Prayer                                                     M 7-9:45pm
MW 474       A practicum in the leadership of the community's prayer,                     McCarron
             including Hours, catechumenate rites, wake and graveside
             services, penance services, services of Word and
             Communion, and ministry to the sick.
CTU          Ministry Practicum II: Worship                                Fall M 487     Winter M 487   Spring M 488
M                                                                          Ostdiek        Ostdiek        Ostdiek
486/487/
488
CTU          Becoming a Catholic Christian: The Rite of                                   Winter         Spring
W 455        Christian Initiation of Adults                                               TR 11:30-      TR 8:30-9:45
             Historical, theological, and pastoral reflection on the                      12:45          Fragomeni
             experience and sacraments of Christian initiation, with                      McCarron
             particular focus on the Rite of Christian Initiation of
             Adults as the norm for initiatory practice.
CTU          Sacraments: Theology and Celebration                                                        Spring
W 355        A basic course in sacraments to explore the human                                           M 7-9:45pm
             religious experience of the faith community and its                                         Ostdiek
             expressions in sacramental celebration. The Rite of
             Christian Initiation of Adults will serve as a basis for
             examining new sacramental models.
CTU          Liturgical Methods/Liturgical Classics                                       Winter
W 557        A seminar on major works that reflect contemporary                           W 11:30-2:15
             issues in liturgy and preaching: for example,                                Foley
             inculturation, feminism, ritual studies.




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CTU      The Liturgical Year                                                                             Spring
W 550    This seminar will trace the development of liturgical                                           M 8:30-11:15
         feasts and seasons and their theological implications.                                          Foley
         Historical studies will prepare both for reflection on the
         current shape of the liturgical year and discussion of its
         celebration. L
CTU      Ritual in Asian Context                                          F 10-12:45
WC 569                                                                    De Ta Vo
CTU      Structure of Liturgy & the Judaic Design                                                        T 8:30-11:15
CW 520                                                                                                   Bronstein
CTU      Worship Practicum I                                              Fall                           W 1-3:45
MW 475   Practicum designed for priesthood candidates to develop          M 1-3:45                       Foley
         competency in leadership of sacramental rites, including         Fragomeni
         initiation, weddings, wakes, and funerals. Emphasis on
         Eucharist. Open to students in their final year. Prereq: W
         350, W 450, and W 455.
CTU      Worship Practicum II                                                              Winter        R 1-3:45
MW 476                                                                                     R 1-3:45      Horrigan
                                                                                           Horrigan
CTU      Liturgical Inculturation                                                          Winter
WC 565   This seminar will explore the inculturation of the church's                       M 2:30-5:15
         worship from its cultural roots in Judaism to the present
         including current issues raised by more open stance of the
         Church to contemporary cultures promoted by Vatican II.
         L
CTU      Liturgy of Sickness, Dying and Death                                                            Spring
W 565                                                                                                    R 8:30-11:15
                                                                                                         McCarron
CTU      Liturgical History                                               Fall
W 570                                                                     W 1-3:45
                                                                          McCarron
G-ETS    Christian Public Worship                                         Fall
31-511   The importance of worship in the life and work of the            (A) T 4-5:50 &
         minister and the congregation. Increasing competence in          6:30-8:20 pm;
         the understanding, theology, planning, and leadership of         (B) TTh 6:30-
         worship. L                                                       8:20 pm
                                                                          Duck
G-ETS    Seminar in Liturgical Theology                                   Fall
31-835   An investigation of contemporary liturgical theology             T 6:30-9:30
         through works of Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox              pm
         scholars. Students present results of research to the class.     D. Vogel
         L
G-ETS    History of Christian Worship                                                      Winter
13/31-   Examination of development of Christian worship from                              TTh 8:30-
817      its Jewish background and New Testament setting to                                10:45
         Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic and various Protestant                             Phillips
         liturgical forms. Prereq: 13-501, 502, 503, or equiv. L
G-ETS    Worship and the Arts                                                              Winter I
31-812   Critical reflection on the arts as a human cultural                               MWF 8-12 &
         expression in Christian worship and exploration of one                            TTh 8-11
         particular art form (e.g., dance, visual art, textiles, music)                    Duck
         through research and creative work. Prereq: foundational
         course in worship. L
G-ETS    Worship and Christian Education                                                                 Spring
31/33-   Interaction of worship and the teaching/learning life of                                        TTh 2-3:50
514B     the community of faith. Resources and skills for planning                                       L. Vogel
         and leading worship in light of the developmental needs
         of persons in various settings, including issues related to
         children in worship.



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G-ETS      Liturgies of Anointing & Reconciliation                                    Winter
31-834     Study and design of services of annointing and                             TTh 2:45-5
           reconciliation, grounded in theological reflection on                      Duck
           issues of healing, forgiveness, and human disabilities as
           they relate to worship.
G-ETS      Hymnody in Worship                                                         Winter I
31-515     An overview and analysis of congregational song in the                     MWF 8-12 &
           context of worship, with special attention to patterns of                  TTh 8-11
           worship, the church year, celebration of the sacraments,                   D. Vogel
           and the use of the Psalter. L
G-ETS      Seminar on Historical Litury: Cult and                         F 9-12
13/31-     Controversy in Christian Egypt                                 Phillips
840        Examination of significant issues in the history of liturgy.
           Class will focus on historical period and/or evolution of a
           particular aspect of Christian worship.
G-ETS      Teaching Preaching                                             Fall        Winter           Spring
31-915     The student will be expected to lecture and design             TBA         TBA              TBA
PhD only   preaching experiences; guide student feedback sessions;        Chatfield   Chatfield        Chatfield
           conduct student interviews; evaluate written work; and
           demonstrate a critical understanding of the important
           basic texts on preaching.
LSTC       Worship                                                                    Winter
M-         A focus on pastoral and presidential leadership of the                     (A) MW 1-
380A/B     Lutheran liturgy, liturgical theology, overview of                         2:45 (B) Th 6-
           Christian worship, the arts and music in the liturgy,                      9:30 ELCA
           communication skills, and planning for worship.                            HQ
                                                                                      Bangert
LSTC       Worship Shaped by Culture                                                                   Spring
M-482                                                                                                  T 8-10:50am
                                                                                                       Bangert
M/L        Visceral and Kinesthetic in Ministry                                       Winter I
M360IN     An exploration of the relationships between theology,                      M-F 1/28-2/1
T          ministry and the arts. Special emphasis will be placed on                  9-5
           drama, dance and visual arts as forms of religious                         Tolley
           expression and experience.
MTS        The Church as a Worshiping Community                                                        Spring
M 314      This course pursues three lines of investigation:                                           T 9-11:50
           development of Christian worship traditions over time;                                      Holper
           dynamic relationship between worship, theology and
           ethical concerns; and the significance of symbol and
           ritual in conversation with human sciences.
MTS        Leading Corporate Worship                                                  W 6-8:50pm
M 469                                                                                 Holper
MTS        Baptism and Eucharist                                          Fall
M 465                                                                     M 2-4:50
                                                                          Holper
NBTS       Worship and Culture                                                                         Th 7-9:40pm
WS 408     An examination of how culture shapes and is shaped by                                       Scherer
           worship.
NBTS       Theology of Worship and Spirituality                           Fall
WS 301     The course uses scripture, creeds and theology to              T1-3:40
           establish the Christian narrative of creation, incarnation     Webber
           and re-creation.
NBTS       History of Worship and Spirituality                                        Winter
WS 302     The course examines how worship and spirituality have                      T 1-3:40
           been expressed in Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant                        Webber
           traditions and may serve as sources for evangelical
           worship and spirituality today.




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NBTS      Current Practices in Worship and Spirituality                                  Th 1-3:40
WS 303    An examination of the resurgence of worship and                                Webber
          spirituality in the postmodern era, with special emphasis
          on the development of evangelical models.
NBTS      The Role of Music in Worship                                                                T 4-6:40
WS 417    A study of how music contributes to the worship                                             Fawcett
          experience.
NPTS      Church, Liturgy and Sacraments                                 Fall Semester
THEO      The study of worship, contextualized in ecclesiology, is       TTh 8-9:25
7202      the study of God's service to the church (word and             Weborg
          sacrament) and the church's service to God (praise,
          prayer, proclamation and ritual).
NPTS      The Christian Community at Worship                                             Spring
HSTY      Practices of worship throughout the history of the church.                     Semester
6225      Attention to development of liturgical practices, their                        T 6-7:50pm
          theological and cultural backgrounds, and the                                  staff
          implications of worship for the life of the church.
S-WTS     A Cappella Choir                                               Fall            Winter       Spring
11-620S   "The Seminary Singers" is a choral ensemble designed to        M 4-4:50        M 4-4:50     M 4-4:50
          familiarize students with fine choral literature from          Finster         Finster      Finster
          Anglican and other liturgical traditions.Ability to read
          music desirable; simple audition required. Open to
          spouses and others by audition.
S-WTS     Liturgical Music I                                             Fall
MLIT                                                                     T 1-2:50
500                                                                      Finster
S-WTS     Liturgy I                                                      Fall
MLIT                                                                     Th 1-2:50
501                                                                      Meyers
S-WTS     Liturgy II                                                                     Winter
MLIT                                                                                     W 9-10:50
502                                                                                      Meyers
S-WTS     Colloquium in Sacred Music                                     Fall            Winter       Spring
11-680S   Bi-weekly discussion of some aspect of the Church's            W 3-4:50        W 3-4:50     W 3-4:50
          music, its theology and practice, centered around              Finster         Finster      Finster
          presentation of papers by students and faculty. Part of
          Cooperative Program in Sacred Music with Northwestern
          University and Garrett-Evangelical.
S-WTS     Anglican Worship                                               Fall
09-522S   A study of the Anglican prayer book and the distinctive        TTh 3-4:50
          features of Anglican worship from its origins in the           Meyers
          Reformation to the present.
S-WTS     Use of the Voice in Conduct of Public Worship                                  Winter       Spring
11-505S   Enables students to develop skill in public reading; learn                     T 3-4:50     T 3-4:50
          to officiate at Evensong and celebrate the Sung Eucharist;                     Finster      Finster
          sing collects, dialogues, prefaces, litanies, the Gospel and
          other lections, and the Exultet.
S-WTS     Practicum in Celebration                                                                    Spring
09-601                                                                                                TTh 1-2:50
S1/S2                                                                                                 Sec 1; T 1-2:50
                                                                                                      Sec 2
                                                                                                      Reed
S-WTS     Church Music II                                                                             Spring
11-615S   Half of this course is spent in a lecture and discussion of                                 M 1-2:50
          readings in the history and theology of church music.                                       Finster
          Second half focuses on practical issues of administering
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S-WTS       Music Theory Lab                                                 Fall
MLIT                                                                         M 4-4:50
500Lab                                                                       Finster
V. Preaching and Communication
CTS         Preaching                                                                                         Spring
CM 302      The theology and practice of the preaching ministry. The                                          W 5-8 pm
             approach will emphasize both the art of sermon                                                   Edgerton
             preparation and the place of preaching in pastoral
             ministry. Limited to second- and third-year students. L
CTU          Preaching the Sunday Lectionary: Cycle C                        T 1-3:45
MW 458       Considers the homily in the Sunday assembly.                    Bayuk
             Participants will study the lectionary cycle, preach several
             homilies, and survey the entire cycle of readings. Prereq:
             MW 450 or equiv. L
CTU          Introduction to Liturgical Preaching                            Fall              T 1-3:45       M 1-3:45
MW 450       This practicum examines the homily as a liturgical action       W 1-3:45          TBA            Bayuk
             within the Christian assembly. Participants consider            Bayuk
             liturgical, pastoral, cultural, and practical dynamics of
             preaching and effective communication skills. L
CTU          Preaching Retreats and Parish                                                                    T 1-3:45
MW 452       Missions/Renewals                                                                                Fragomeni
             Pastoral and theological skills for leaders of retreats and
             parish missions/renewals. Designing and programming
             such gatherings, as well as writing and preaching retreat
             and renewal conferences. Prereq: MW 450 or equiv.
CTU          Preaching Feasts and Seasons                                                      M 1-3:45
MW 453       The seasons and feasts of the liturgical year offer unique                        Bayuk
             opportunities to preachers. This advanced course offers
             insightful direction for students and imaginative images
             for pastoral leaders. Prereq: MW450 or equiv. L
G-ETS        Developing and Preaching the Sermon                             Fall              Winter         Spring
31-501       The growth of the sermon from text and idea through             (A)TTh 4-5:50     TTh 2:45-5     (A) T 6:30-
             presentation and evaluation. Delivery of sermons by each        (B) M 2:30-       Chatfield      9:30pm (B)
             student in class. The course may not be taken during a          5:30                             TTh 4-5:50
             student's first year or its part-time equivalent. L             (A) Chatfield                    Chatfield
                                                                             (B) McCoy
G-ETS        Ministry, Media & Message                                                         Winter
35-629       Assisting church leaders to understand, interpret, and                            Th 6-9:45 pm
             minister to people formed and affected by the culture                             Larson
             expressed in the mass media.
G-ETS        The Uses of Story in Preaching                                  Fall
31-605       Exploration through reading, experimentation, and               T 6:30-9:30
             preaching of some ways story has been and can be used to        pm
             enhance preaching, such as plotted structure, participatory     Chatfield
             preparation, imaged argument, and eventful language.
             Prereq: 31-501 or equiv. L
LSTC         Preaching (Invitation only)                                     Fall
M-340A       The aim of the course is to help students develop a             Th 6:30-
             holistic view of preaching that does justice to four factors:   9:30pm
             the preacher, the listener, the message and the churchly        Satterlee -
             context, so as to establish sound practice in sermon            csatterl@lstc.e
             design and delivery.
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LSTC      Preaching                                                                       Winter
M-340B    The aim of the course is to help students devleop a                             T 9:30-10:45
          holistic view of preaching that does justice to four factors:                   (Choose
          the preacher, the listener, the message and the churchly                        section: T
          context, so as to establish sound practice in sermon                            6:30-8:15 T 1-
          design and delivery.
                                                                                          2:45 W 1-2:45
                                                                                          Th 9:00-10:45)
                                                                                          Satterlee
LSTC      Advanced Homiletics                                                                              Spring
M-551                                                                                                      Th 1-4
                                                                                                           Satterlee
M/L       Visceral Preaching: Communication Arts                                                           Spring
I325      Getting control of the physical body is as important as a                                        T 1:30-3:30
          solid text when it comes to effective preaching.                                                 Tolley
          Understanding our visceral instruments -- body and voice
          -- is the first step toward being stronger communicators.
          Learn to enhance worship liturgy.
M/L       Advanced Preaching: Speaking into the Silence                                                    Spring
M324/52   Prereq. M366. Explore the art of the sermon in depth. By                                         W 9-12
5         writing, preaching and critiquing, students will expand                                          Bumbaugh
          and deepen their sermonic repertoire, explore alternative
          styles, hone skills and discover their particular voice.
M/L       Worship and Preaching Among the Unitarian                                       W 1:30-4:30
M366      Universalists: Arts of Ministry II                                              Bumbaugh/He
          Explore theory and practice of preaching in its relation to                     pokoski
          contemporary Unitarian Universalist worship life.
          Prepare, deliver, critique sermons; prepare child
          dedication, marriage, memorial services; consider various
          sermonic and worship styles.
MTS       The Task of Preaching                                           Fall
M 324     Introduction to preaching and sermon preparation. Will          T 9-10:50 Lab
          emphasize the sermon's character, purpose and                   A W 9-10:50
          relationship to worship. Sermon preparation and delivery        Lab B W 6-
          will focus on movement from Scriptural text to Word of          7:50pm Lab C
          God proclaimed in life of God's people.
                                                                          Th 8-9:50
                                                                          Holper
MTS       Preaching as Celebration (Intensive)                                                             Spring
M 328     The genius of black preaching tradition is its ability to                                        TBA
          celebrate the gospel. A look at this tradition's rootage in                                      Thomas
          the "good news." A search for ways celebration can
          enhance preaching the gospel today. Students of all
          traditions welcome. L 12
MTS       Preaching the Parables                                                          F 9-11:50
M 531                                                                                     Holper
NBTS      Developing Communication Skills                                 M 7-9:40
MN 381    A basic course in the art of communications.                    Quicke
NBTS      Principles of Preaching                                                         Winter
MN 382    An introductory course designed to acquaint students                            Th 1-3:40
          with basic knowledge and skills necessary for effective                         Quicke
          preaching. Different preaching models are examined. L
NBTS      Models of Effective Preaching                                   Fall
MN 492    The examination of different preaching models. Prrereq:         T 4-6:40
          MN 382                                                          Parker
NBTS      Practice of Preaching                                                                            Spring
MN 383    A course designed to help students develop skills in                                             Th 1-3:40
          sermon preparation and delivery. Prereq. MN 382                                                  Quicke




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NPTS        Human Communication                                             Fall Semester    Spring
MNST        Examines theories of communication as tools for                 Multiple         Semester
5111        understanding and improving skills in interpersonal and         sections - for   Multiple
            group settings. Dimensions of communication related to          times email      sections - for
            culture and gender are explored with special focus on           bruces@northp    times email
            listening skills.
                                                                            ark.edu          bruces@northp
                                                                            Koptak           ark.edu
                                                                                             Koptak
NPTS        Biblical Preaching                                                               Spring
BIBL        Practice in moving from biblical text to sermon with a                           Semester
6220        focus on selected books. Issues related to preaching from                        Th 3:10-5
            the biblical genre represented will be discussed as                              Koptak
            students prepare and deliver sermons. 2 hours.
NPTS        Homiletics                                                      Fall Semester    Spring
MNST        The student will learn the fundamentals of a theology of        M 6:10-          Semester
5210        preaching and how to move from text to sermon, how to           8:20pm           M 6:20-
            construct a sermon, and how to practice these skills in a       Koptak           8:10pm
            laboratory setting. 2 hours. L                                                   Noren
NPTS        Advanced Proclamation                                           Fall Semester    Spring
MNST        Students will consider recent developments in the field of      M 8-9:50         Semester
7310        homiletics and prepare and deliver sermons using a              Staff            M 8-9:50
            variety of methods that may enhance their effectiveness
            in the local church. 2 hours. L
S-WTS       Advanced Issues in Preaching                                                                      Spring
17-610S     For seniors and transfers who have completed Practice in                                          WF 9-10:50
            Preaching and wish to devote concentrated time to                                                 Dally
            selected topics within the field of preaching. Three
            sermons prepared and refined.
S-WTS       Preparing to Preach                                             Fall
17-501S     Introduction to church's proclamation, and pursuit of a         TTh 1-3:30
            preaching message authentic to the contemporary church          Dally
            and the individual preacher. Emphasis on the formation of
            the preacher rather than on the sermon.
S-WTS       Practice in Preaching                                           Fall             Winter           Spring
17-602S     Six sermons are prepared and delivered over the quarter,        MW 1-2:50        TTh 1-2:50       MW 1-2:50
            with emphasis on development of a preaching voice               Dally + TBA      Deeley           Dally + TBA
            unique to each individual yet consonant with the overall
            preaching message of the Church.
TEDS        Expository Preaching: I Corinthians                             Fall Semester
H 751       Focus on the faithful movement from the written Word to         T 2:20-4
            the spoken word, using I Corinthians. Following lectures        Bullmore
            addressing issues critical to the success of this enterprise,
            concentration will be on hands-on
            hermeneutical/homiletical work.
TEDS        Evangelistic Preaching                                                                            Spring Quad B
H 762       Preparation and presentation of sermons for various                                               TTh 2:20-4
            evangelistic and conference occasions.                                                            Larsen
VI. Educational Ministry of the Church
CTU         Holistic Parish Education                                                        T 7-9:45pm
MW 463 Helps the minister to design and plan a parish religious                              Lucinio
            education program and to work with staff and volunteers.
            Focuses on adult catechesis, evangelization, sacramental
            preparation, cultural adaptation, and education in prayer
            and social justice. L
CTU         Ministry Practicum II: Religious Education                      Fall
M 480                                                                       Lucinio
CTU         Ministry Practicum II: Religious Education                                       Winter
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CTU       Ministry Practicum II: Religious Education                                                 Spring
M 482                                                                                                Lucinio
G-ETS     Theological Education in the Parish                                           Winter
33-506    Task of the pastor and educator as theological educators                      TTh 2:45-5
          in the parish. Interplay of theology and teaching methods                     Crain
          within the life and mission of the community of faith.
G-ETS     Children and Christian Faith                                  Fall
33-610    How children develop physically, mentally, emotionally,       T 6:30–9:30
          morally, and in faith, becoming meaningful members of         pm
          the faith community. Child advocacy issues in light of        Olson
          society’s attitudes and policies toward children. Issues,
          resources, and methods.
G-ETS     The Aging in Church and Society                                                            Spring
33-816    Attitudes toward aging and older persons. Introduction to                                  M 2:30-5:30
          gerontology; examination of gifts and needs that older                                     L. Vogel
          adults bring to the church; evaluation of resources;
          development of models for ministries with, by and for
          older adults.
G-ETS     Methods of Research in a Congregation                         Fall
33-830    Students explore and critique the epistemologies of           M 2:30-5:30
          differing approaches to research, read and evaluate           Crain/Tribble
          research, practice and evaluate methods of data gathering,
          and write a proposal for a research project.
G-ETS     History and Theories of Christian Education                                   Winter I
33-835    Examines the development of Christian religious                               MWF 8-12 &
          education as an academic discipline and ministry in                           TTh 8-11
          church and society in the 19th and 20th centuries and                         Seymour
          helps students formulate their own stance in educational
          ministry. Prereq: 2 courses in C.E.
G-ETS     Teaching and Learning in the Church                           Fall
33-501    Examines teaching/learning models in terms of                 T 6:30-9:30
          theological presuppositions and the roles teaching plays      pm
          in faith development and growth in discipleship.              L.
          Develops skills in planning, teaching, and evaluating         Vogel/Blount
          educational experiences and resources. L
G-ETS     Teaching for Biblical Faith                                                   Winter I
33-502    An exploration of the nature of the Bible and its role in                     MWF 8-12 &
          Christian education and the construction of faith.                            TTh 8-11
          Particular attention to approaches to teaching the Bible as                   L. Vogel
          the church's book of faith and life. L
G-ETS     Christian Education in the African American                                                Spring
33-646    Experience                                                                                 M 6:30-9:30
          Broaden understanding of Christian education and its role                                  pm
          in the ministry of the Black Church; explore various                                       Blount
          approaches to congregational learning; develop tools of
          analysis for assessing the state of Christian education in
          our congregational context.
LSTC      Educational Ministry: Teaching and Learning                   Fall
M-        Students will study the theological and developmental         (A)W 2:30-
360A/B    foundations of Christian education and put them into          5:30 (B)T
          practice by teaching at four age levels, using four           6:30-9:30pm
          different teaching-learning models. Part of the Teaching      Irizarry
          Parish experience.
M/L       The Congregation as a Learning Community                                                   Th 1:30-4:30
M417/51   Explore life of congregation as context, content, method                                   Harlow
7         and experience of education and faith formation. Through
          student presentations/field trips, explore ways learning
          and teaching occur in churches to form new educational
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M/L       Religious Education Curriculum                                 Th 1:30-4:30
M415      Explores theoretical foundations for curriculum                Harlow
          development and instruction in religious education
          settings. Attention to probing critical issues, articulating
          principles for evaluation, and exploring methods
          appropriate for various purposes and contexts.
M/L       Formative Figures in Religious Education                       Fall
M309/50   Exploration of formative figures from Social Gospel            Th 1:30-4:30
9         movement, American Pragmatism, liberation theology             Harlow
          and other movements who influence development of
          religious education theory and practice. Attention to
          contemporary theorists and emerging issues.
M/L       The Church and the Changing Family                                                               Spring
M407/50   Focuses on changes in North American family and                                                  T 1:30-4:30
7         implications for religious education. Issues examined:                                           Harlow
          needs of nontraditional families, elder households,
          families with small children; adolescent sexuality;
          domestic violence; and congregational support.
M/L       Religious Education Curriculum                                                 M-F 1/28-2/1
M415IN    Explores theoretical foundations for curriculum                                9-5
T         development and instruction in religious education                             Harlow
          settings. Attention to probing critical issues, articulating
          principles for evaluation, and exploring methods
          appropriate for various purposes and contexts.
MTS       Teaching and Learning Across Cultures                                                            T 2-4:50
M/I 303                                                                                                    Esterline
NBTS      Teaching Ministry of the Church                                                Th 9-11:40
ED 302    A basic introduction to educational ministry in the local                      D. Borchert
          congregation.
NBTS      Formational Bible Study Methods                                Th 4-6:40pm
YM 416    A course on designing Bible studies for young people.          Wager
NBTS      Theology and Philosophy of Youth Ministry                      Fall
YM 301    A study of the theological and philosophical foundations       T 7-9:40 pm
          of youth ministry                                              Gerali
NPTS      History of Christian Formation                                 Fall Semester
CEDF      Particular attention to impact of various theologies and       T 6-7:50pm
5110      philosophies of Christian education in the last hundred        Bramer
          years, the present state of Christian formation, and future
          trends and issues.
NPTS      Ministry with Youth                                            Fall Semester
CEDF      Develop framework for youth ministry by examining              Th 6-8:50pm
6300      biblical foundations, needs, and effective models. Explore     Olson
          adolescent development and spiritual formation. Design
          programs, service education, retreats, leadership
          development and support systems.
NPTS      Youth Issues and Problems                                                      Spring
CEDF      Seminar course on the culture and challenges of today's                        Semester
6301      adolescents and the specific problems encountered by                           M 8-9:50 &
          many such as body image, eating disorders, depression,                         weekend
          school violence, drugs and alcohol.                                            Thompson
NPTS      Camping Ministry                                                               Spring
CEDF      Develop a rationale for camping ministry along with how                        semester
6271      to plan, implement and evaluate Christian resident camp                        Internet course
          experiences. One hour.                                                         offering
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NPTS     Christian Education and Formation in the                       Fall Semester
CEDF     Church                                                         T 3:10-5
7200     This course will include perspectives, principles,             Bramer
         methods, and programs of Christian education and
         formation in the local church, with attention to teaching
         skills, learning processes, human stages of development,
         and the role of the pastor. 2 hours.
NPTS     Management Issues in Youth Ministry                                              Spring
CEDF     One of the constant challenges for those in kyouth work                          Semester
6228     is the management of the ministry and of one's self.                             Weekend dates
         Practical course will address managing finances,                                 TBA
         managing risk, building a team ministry, organizing time,                        Olson
         office, events, meetings.
NPTS     Retreat Ministry                                               Fall Semester
CEDF     Develop a rationale for retreats and weekend-intensive         Internet course
6272     ministry for youth, adults and local churches. Learn how       Lawson
         to plan, implement and evaluate retreat experiences.
         Survey programs and resources.
NPTS     Teaching Confirmation                                          Fall Semester
CEDF     Theological and pedagogical issues in teaching                 Weekend dates
6218     confirmation will be discussed. There will be an               TBA
         orientation to the confirmation materials and support          Lawson
         literature used in the Evangelical Covenant Church. 1
         hour.
NPTS     Family Systems and Ministry                                    Fall Sem
CEDF     Introduction to structures, challenges and dynamics of         Weekend dates
6203     families including family systems, development, families       TBA
         in various cultures, and traits of healthy family life. Will   Staff
         include biblical portrayals of family and applications to
         ministry. One hour.
NPTS     Teaching and Learning                                                            Spring
CEDF     Theoretical foundations and practical applications of                            Semester
5111     teaching-learning process will be explored, informed by                          M 6:20-
         findings from psychology, pedagogy, and theology.                                9:20pm
         Develop comprehensive model of Christian education and                           Bramer
         formation.
NPTS     Youth Assets and Advocacy                                                        Spring
CEDF     Drawing upon current research, explore ways that the                             Semester
6302     youth worker can facilitate development of youth assets                          Weekend dates
         by including parents, church and community.                                      TBA
         Applications also for those working with children.                               staff
NPTS     Ministry with Children                                         Fall Semester
CEDF     Develop framework for ministry to and with children by         M 8-9:50 &
6210     examining biblical foundations, needs, and effective           11-12
         models of ministry. Explore child development and              Burger
         spiritual formation of children. Learn sound curriculum
         and effective teaching techniques.
NPTS     Ministry with Parents of Children                                                Spring
CEDF     Focus on competencies needed to help parents understand                          Semester
6214     aspects of a healthy family, parenting styles, children’s                        Weekend dates
         behavioral styles, intervention techniques, faith                                TBA
         development, special situations (immigrant, ministry, and                        Bower
         blended families).
TEDS     Seminar: Youth Culture                                         Fall Semester
EM 676   Individual needs and problems in adolescent subculture,        M 2:20-5
         with attention given to developing a ministry to the           Senter
         individual youth in the Christian environment.




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TEDS       Evangelistic Bible Study: Mark                                                Spring
ME 617     Using the inductive method of investigating the biblical                      Semester
           text, the student will create materials and design a Bible                    TTh 12:55-
           study based on the book of Mark to be used in informal                        2:10
           settings. No audits                                                           Nyquist
VII. Polity and Canon Law
CTS          History and Polity of the United Church of                                                Spring
CH 367x Christ                                                                                         Th 6:30–9:30
           A study of the history, structure, theology, and practices                                  pm
           of the United Church of Christ, including its antecedents:                                  Bueschel
           the Congregational Christian Churches and the
           Evangelical and Reformed Church. This course meets
           current UCC requirements for ordination.
CTU        Church and Structure                                                          Winter
MW 421     An introductory course treating the nature, role, and                         MW 11:30-
           history of canon law; church structures; Eastern rites;                       12:45
           ministries and holy orders; clerical discipline; the                          Pardo
           teaching office; acts of nonsacramental worship; sacred
           places and times; general norms.
CTU        Sacramental Law                                                S 8:30-11:15                 TR 10-11:15
MW 422     A survey and practical application of the canon law            Pardo                        Pardo
           regulating baptism, confirmation, Eucharist, penance,
           anointing of the sick, and marriage.
G-ETS      United Methodist Studies: Wesley/19th Century                  Fall           Winter I
40-674     The foundational contribution of John Wesley to the            TTh 8:15-      MWF 8-12 &
           history, doctrine, and polity of emerging Methodism. The       10:45          TH 8-11
           United Methodist tradition in the U.S. through the 19th        Meadows        Felton
           century with attention to roles of women, blacks, Asians,
           and Native Americans. 5 hours.
G-ETS      United Methodist Studies: 20th Century to                                                   Spring
40-673     Present                                                                                     F 9-12 & 4/5 &
           Developments within 20th-century United Methodism, as                                       26 9-12 & 1-4
           related to the ecumenical movement, denominational                                          Crain/Fowler
           unification, world mission, personal evangelism, and
           social justice. Evolution of polity, nature of ministry, and
           denominational structure.
M/L        Unitarian Universalist Polity                                                 M-F Week of
H394INT    To prepare students planning to seek UU ministerial                           1/23-25 9-5
           fellowship status and UU ministry settlement to be                            Holbart
           familiar with the history and theory of congregational
           polity and its practice (and mispractice) in the UUA
           among its member congregations.
MTS        Preparing for Ministry: Polity in the                                         Winter
M 307      Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)                                                  T 2-4:50
           Preparation for thinking and acting effectively in various                    Cary
           church structures. Special attention given to relation
           between polity, politics, leadership, and church life.
S-WTS      Canon Law                                                      Fall
13-505S    Introduction to the history of Christian canonical             W 6:30-
           legislation, with particular emphasis on the canonical         8:50pm
           structures of the Episcopal Church, and to the use of          Young
           canon law in pastoral ministry. One-half unit.




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                    SPECIAL AREAS OF INTEREST
                     WITHIN COURSES OF STUDY
            This section lists courses in nine areas of interest within the theological curriculum.
African American Studies

CTS       CM 335            African American Pastoral Psychology
CTS       TEC 510           Feminist and Womanist Christologies
CTS       TEC 504           Augustine, Niebuhr, and Malcolm X
CTS       TEC 306           African American Religion, Theology, and Spirituality
CTU       MPC 445           Issues in the African American Community
G-ETS     21-847            Third World Feminist Theology
G-ETS     13-645            Black Ministry: Confronting Historical Challenges
G-ETS     21-834            Theology of Howard Thurman
G-ETS     13-503            History of Christianity III
G-ETS     33-646            Christian Education in the African American Experience
LSTC      T-450             Womanist Theology
LSTC      T-466             Life Story as Anthropology: Feminist, Womanist and Mujerista Approaches to Culture
MTS       M 328             Preaching as Celebration (Intensive)
MTS       H 330             History of the Black Church in North America
MTS       M 373             Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement
MTS       M 428             African American Prayer Traditions
NBTS      MN 484            Issues in African American Church Ministry
NBTS      TH 450            African American Theology: Historical Perspectives
NBTS      CH 360            History of the African American Religious Experience in America
NPTS      HSTY 6255         African American Religious Experience in America
TEDS      ME 845D           African Theologies and the Global Church
TEDS      ST 738            Political Theologies

Asian Studies

CTU       S 565          Asian Spiritualities in Christian Perspective
CTU       WC 569         Ritual in Asian Context
G-ETS     21-847         Third World Feminist Theology
G-ETS     21-679         Theology from Asian Contexts
MTS       M 316          Korean American Community and Church
MTS       T 439          Theologies from Asia
MTS       M 350K         Korean American Ministry in North American Contexts
TEDS      ME 835         Christian Encounters with South and Southeast Asian Religions
TEDS      PT 675B        Developing Asian American Ministries

Cross-Cultural Studies

CTS       CM 365            Global Sensitivity in Ministry
CTU       WC 569            Ritual in Asian Context
CTU       DC 436            Origins and Ends in Mythic Consciousness
CTU       DC 441            Christology and Cultures
CTU       DC 610            Theological Anthropology in Cross Cultural Perspective
CTU       MPC 445           Issues in the African American Community
CTU       CW 520            Structure of Liturgy & the Judaic Design
CTU       CH 419            American Mission History
CTU       C 467             Pastoral Praxis and Theology in Context: Chiapas, a Case Study
CTU       C 401             Introduction to Islam
CTU       C 300             Experience of Religion
CTU       CH 450            Latin American History of Evangelization
CTU       C 422             The Qu'ran: Community and Living Word
CTU       CS 519            Toward a Spirituality for Missionaries
CTU       S 615             Spirituality in Diverse Cultures
CTU       EC 425            World Poverty, Development and Life's Liberation


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CTU       S 400          Global Spirituality
CTU       M 502          Ecumenical Leadership Seminar
CTU       EC 402         Natural Law and Christian Ethics
CTU       EC 422         Global Economic Justice and the Church
CTU       EC 588         Seminar on Christ, Community and Christian Ethics
CTU       WC 565         Liturgical Inculturation
CTU       CS 418         Native American Spirituality
CTU       CH 422         Historyof Muslim-Christian Relations
CTU       CS 419         Guadalupe and Marian Spirituality
CTU       CS 594         Spirituality, Ministry, and Survivors of Human Rights Abuses
CTU       S 565          Asian Spiritualities in Christian Perspective
CTU       C 402          Introduction to Judaism
CTU       C 411          Gifts and Strangers: The Missionary Presence
CTU       C 575          Mission Integration Seminar
CTU       C 300 (1)(2)   The Experience of Religion
CTU       C 570          Worship and Mission
CTU       BC 581         Forms and Meanings in Bible and Culture
CTU       C 412          Inter-Faith Dialogue: Theory and Praxis
CTU       C 460          Training for Cross-Cultural Mission and Ministry
CTU       CH 325         Models of Missionary Activity
G-ETS     13-503         History of Christianity III
G-ETS     12-819         New Testament Interpretation through Cross-Cultural Eyes
G-ETS     21-500         Contexts and Methodologies for Contemporary Theology
G-ETS     41-681         Cross-Cultural Theology & Ministry
G-ETS     34-634         Issues in World Mission: Encounter in Islamic Context
G-ETS     21-847         Third World Feminist Theology
LSTC      W-414          Cross Cultural Quarter
LSTC      M-439          Art and World Religions
LSTC      T-557          EATWOT Theologies
LSTC      W-424          Religions in Dialogue: Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity
LSTC      T-466          Life Story as Anthropology: Feminist, Womanist and Mujerista Approaches to Culture
LSTC      W-428          Toward Understanding Islam
LSTC      T-301          Unity and Diversity
LSTC      W-532          Christian and Muslims in History
LSTC      W-531          The Bible and the Qur'an
MTS       I 301          Pilgrimage in Faithfullness
MTS       M/H 446        Presbyterian Witness for Racial Justice
MTS       H 421          20th Century Christianity: Global Pentecostalism
MTS       T/I 486        Borderlinks
MTS       M/I 303        Teaching and Learning Across Cultures
MTS       H/M 446        Presbyterian Witness for Racial Justice
MTS       I/T 486        Cross Cultural Quarter Border Links
NBTS      TH 409         Reconciliation and Racism
NBTS      CTPC 407       Pastoral Care in a Pluralistic World
NBTS      TE 410         Seminar in Social Ethics
NBTS      ME 413         Multicultural Youth Ministry
NPTS      THEO 6279      The Church and its Mission
NPTS      MNST 6273      Christian Encounter with Religious Pluralism
NPTS      MNST 5181      Understanding Church and Culture
S-WTS     ECUM 601       Church in Ecumenical Perspective
TEDS      ME 835         Christian Encounters with South and Southeast Asian Religions
TEDS      PC 747         Multicultural Issues in Counseling
TEDS      ME 833         Christian Encounter with African Religions
TEDS      ME 641         Ministry in Multicultural Settings
TEDS      ME 834         Christian Encounter with Popular Religions
TEDS      ME 845         Missionaries in Fiction and Secular Scholarship


Environmental Studies

CTU      CS 418          Native American Spirituality
G-ETS    21/22-813       Theology of Creation



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M/L       E375/575       Eco-Justice
M/L       E372           Eco-Justice
NPTS      HSTY 7310      Wilderness and Faith

Hispanic Studies

CTU       B 538          Mujerista Perspectives on the Bible
CTU       C 467          Pastoral Praxis and Theology in Context: Chiapas, a Case Study
CTU       DC 456         God Images in Hispanic Religiosity
CTU       CH 450         Latin American History of Evangelization
CTU       CS 419         Guadalupe and Marian Spirituality
G-ETS     21-654         Theological Spanish II
G-ETS     21-653         Theological Spanish I
G-ETS     21-847         Third World Feminist Theology
LSTC      T-518          Hispanic/Latino Theology; Teologia Latina en America
LSTC      T-466          Life Story as Anthropology: Feminist, Womanist and Mujerista Approaches to Culture
MTS       H 485H         Historia de la Iglesia Hispana en los E.E.U.U.
MTS       T 444H         Theology Across/Beyond American Borders
NPTS      MNST 5156      Missions in Latin America

Judaic Studies

CTU       C 402          Introduction to Judaism
CTU       BW 465         Liturgy of the Synagogue I
CTU       B 417          Intertestamental Literature: Jewish Apocalyptic
CTU       B 451I         Jesus and Judaism (Israel)
CTU       CW 520         Structure of Liturgy & the Judaic Design
G-ETS     21-642         Judaism in the Early Christian Period
G-ETS     21-644         The Liturgy of the Synagogue
LSTC      M-420          Jews and Judaism in Today's World
NPTS      THEO 5173      Theology and Ethics after the Holocaust
TEDS      OT 845         History of Israel

Urban and Public Policy Studies

CTU      EC 422     Global Economic Justice and the Church
CTU      EC 425     World Poverty, Development and Life's Liberation
MTS      M 459      Reading the City
TEDS     PT 725     Understanding the Urban World
TEDS     PT 723     Social and Cultural Exegesis

Women’s Studies

CTS       CH 428        Feminist Theory and New Testament Criticism
CTS       TEC 510       Feminist and Womanist Christologies
CTU       BH 440        Women and Early Christianity
CTU       B 538         Mujerista Perspectives on the Bible
G-ETS     32-855        Psychology of Whiteness & Feminist Theologies
G-ETS     21-847        Third World Feminist Theology
G-ETS     13-602        History Topics: 19th Century Women in Ministry
G-ETS     34-642        Women in Ministry Claiming Authority
G-ETS     13-503        History of Christianity III
LSTC      T-466         Life Story as Anthropology: Feminist, Womanist and Mujerista Approaches to Culture
LSTC      T-450         Womanist Theology
MTS       T 433         Feminist Theology
NBTS      TETH 415      Humanity as Male and Female
NBTS      MN 520        Women in Pastoral Ministry
NBTS      OT 450        Women in the Old Testament
NBTS      PC 440        Psychology of Women
NPTS      BIBL 6245     Women of the Old Testament
TEDS      ST 738        Political Theologies




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Chicago Center for Global Ministries

The three cooperating schools of CCGM (Catholic Theological Union, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, and
McCormick Theological Seminary) offer the courses listed.

CTU      DC 436          Origins and Ends in Mythic Consciousness
CTU      E 551           Spirituality/Liturgy and the Quest for Justice
CTU      EC 422          Global Economic Justice and the Church
CTU      EC 425          World Poverty, Development and Life's Liberation
CTU      CS 519          Toward a Spirituality for Missionaries
CTU      CS 418          Native American Spirituality
CTU      EC 402          Natural Law and Christian Ethics
CTU      EC 588          Seminar on Christ, Community and Christian Ethics
CTU      WC 565          Liturgical Inculturation
CTU      C 575           Mission Integration Seminar
CTU      DC 441          Christology and Cultures
CTU      DC 610          Theological Anthropology in Cross Cultural Perspective
CTU      C 460           Training for Cross-Cultural Mission and Ministry
CTU      C 412           Inter-Faith Dialogue: Theory and Praxis
CTU      C 411           Gifts and Strangers: The Missionary Presence
CTU      C 300 (1)(2)    The Experience of Religion
CTU      BC 581          Forms and Meanings in Bible and Culture
CTU      E 375           Introduction to Social Ethics
CTU      CH 325          Models of Missionary Activity
LSTC     M-490           Mission and Evangelism
LSTC     M-500           Mission Leadership
MTS      M 428           African American Prayer Traditions
MTS      M 373           Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement
MTS      H 485H          Historia de la Iglesia Hispana en los E.E.U.U.
MTS      H 421           20th Century Christianity: Global Pentecostalism
MTS      I/T 486         Cross Cultural Quarter Border Links
MTS      T 439           Theologies from Asia
MTS      H 423           American Christianity and Modernity
MTS      H 300           Transformations of Christianity: A Foundational Course
MTS      T/I 486         Borderlinks
MTS      H 330           History of the Black Church in North America




                        SPECIAL COURSE OPTIONS

Evening/Weekend
CTS        TEC 352               Engaging the Powers
CTS        CM 302                Preaching
CTS        CM 300                The Practice of Christian Ministry
CTS        CH 367                History and Polity of the United Church of Christ
CTS        CH 367x               History and Polity of the United Church of Christ
CTS        TEC 413               The Theology of the Body
CTS        TEC 430               Theology and Medicine
CTS        TEC 352x              Engaging the Powers
CTS        CM 365                Global Sensitivity in Ministry
CTU        MPC 445               Issues in the African American Community
CTU        S 505                 Foundations for the Study of Spirituality
CTU        B 452-1               Pauline Theology and Writings
CTU        CH 422                Historyof Muslim-Christian Relations
CTU        DS 434                Theology of Reconciliation
CTU        CH 419                American Mission History
CTU        C 401                 Introduction to Islam



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CTU     MW 463         Holistic Parish Education
CTU     S 405          The Experience of Christian Vocation
CTU     EC 402         Natural Law and Christian Ethics
CTU     E 460          Friendship and Fidelity
CTU     B 300          Introduction to the Old Testament
CTU     P 216          American Philosophy
CTU     E 442          Death and Dying: The Moral Issues
CTU     B 305          Introduction to New Testament
CTU     P 249          Introduction to Readings in Political Philosophy
CTU     MW 474         Lay Leadership of Prayer
CTU     E 370          Introduction to Christian Ethics
CTU     B 415          Later Prophecy: Isaiah 40-66
CTU     MP 360         Introduction to Pastoral Care
CTU     MP 550         Integration Theory & Technique
CTU     D 435          Origins and Eschatology
CTU     I 516          MAPS Colloquium II
CTU     H 401          Patristics
CTU     S 615          Spirituality in Diverse Cultures
CTU     P 225          Issues in Hermeneutics
CTU     P 261          Perspectives in the Philosophy of Death
CTU     CS 418         Native American Spirituality
CTU     D 325          Introduction to Theology
CTU     B 482          The Eucharist in the New Testament
CTU     D 430          Problem of God in Contemporary Society
CTU     W 355          Sacraments: Theology and Celebration
CTU     MW 422         Sacramental Law
CTU     C 575          Mission Integration Seminar
CTU     P 231          Philosophy of God
CTU     CS 594         Spirituality, Ministry, and Survivors of Human Rights Abuses
CTU     DC 441         Christology and Cultures
CTU     CH 450         Latin American History of Evangelization
CTU     H 300          History of Early Christianity
CTU     C 460          Training for Cross-Cultural Mission and Ministry
CTU     MP 545         Human Development and Pastoral Care
CTU     C 300 (1)(2)   The Experience of Religion
CTU     CS 419         Guadalupe and Marian Spirituality
CTU     S 565          Asian Spiritualities in Christian Perspective
G-ETS   21-679         Theology from Asian Contexts
G-ETS   32-845         Evil and Aggression
G-ETS   33-646         Christian Education in the African American Experience
G-ETS   13-842         Topics in Religious History: Religion and the American Way
G-ETS   33-610         Children and Christian Faith
G-ETS   22-852         The Ten Commandments in Theology and Ethics
G-ETS   13-645         Black Ministry: Confronting Historical Challenges
G-ETS   22-507         Life and Death
G-ETS   21-500         Contexts and Methodologies for Contemporary Theology
G-ETS   21-834         Theology of Howard Thurman
G-ETS   34-682         Spirituality in the USA Today
G-ETS   34-634         Issues in World Mission: Encounter in Islamic Context
G-ETS   22-843         War and Peace
G-ETS   13-609         Theology of John Calvin
G-ETS   32-844         Pastoral Care in Economics
G-ETS   21-847         Third World Feminist Theology
G-ETS   21-802         Process Philosophy and Theology
G-ETS   21-502         Systematic Theology II
G-ETS   11-825         Female Images: Secular & Divine
G-ETS   21-501         Systematic Theology I
G-ETS   11-802         Historical Books: Jonah & Ruth
G-ETS   13-503         History of Christianity III
G-ETS   32-501         Introduction to Pastoral Care
G-ETS   35-629         Ministry, Media & Message
G-ETS   31-511         Christian Public Worship



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G-ETS   31-605     The Uses of Story in Preaching
G-ETS   11-801     Pentateuch: Exodus
G-ETS   31-835     Seminar in Liturgical Theology
G-ETS   33-501     Teaching and Learning in the Church
G-ETS   12-501     New Testament Interpretation: Matthew–Acts
G-ETS   32-855     Psychology of Whiteness & Feminist Theologies
G-ETS   11-511     Old Testament Interpretation
G-ETS   12-502     New Testament Interpretation: Romans–Revelation
G-ETS   32-834     Premarital, Marital and Family Counseling in Pastoral Care
LSTC    H-330      Reformation to Modern Church History
LSTC    T-313A/B   Christian Theology III
LSTC    W-424      Religions in Dialogue: Buddhism, Islam, and Christianity
LSTC    H-310A/B   Early and Medieval Church History
LSTC    B-313A/B   Israel's Prophets
LSTC    B-332A/B   Life and Letters of Paul
LSTC    E-310      Christian Ethics
LSTC    T-456      The Epic of Creation
LSTC    M-490      Mission and Evangelism
LSTC    M-340A     Preaching (Invitation only)
LSTC    M-360A/B   Educational Ministry: Teaching and Learning
LSTC    T-672      Advanced Religion and Science Seminar
LSTC    T-364      Theology Goes to the Movies
LSTC    M-380A/B   Worship
LSTC    T-450      Womanist Theology
LSTC    B-311A/B   Old Testament Methods
LSTC    T-312A/B   Christian Theology II
LSTC    T-601      Graduate Theological Seminar
LSTC    M-439      Art and World Religions
LSTC    T-518      Hispanic/Latino Theology; Teologia Latina en America
LSTC    M-320A/B   Pastoral Care
LSTC    H-360A/B   Lutheran Confessional Heritage
LSTC    T-311A/B   Christian Theology I
LSTC    E-418      Topics in Christian Ethics
LSTC    W-531      The Bible and the Qur'an
LSTC    W-532      Christian and Muslims in History
LSTC    M-310B     Junior Colloquy
MTS     B 406      From David to Daniel: History, Literature, Theological Ferment
MTS     M 469      Leading Corporate Worship
MTS     M 404      Reflection on Ministry
MTS     M 350      The Church As a Health Resource
MTS     T 444H     Theology Across/Beyond American Borders
MTS     B 300      Introduction to Biblical Studies
MTS     T/B 442    Thinking Biblically
MTS     I 301      Pilgrimage in Faithfullness
MTS     H 411H     Reformation in Spanish Speaking Lands
MTS     M 411      Pastoral Care in the Congregational Context
MTS     T/E 405    Families in Theological and Ethical Perspective
MTS     M 467      Managing Church Conflict
MTS     B 405      Yahwist Revolution
MTS     M 373      Martin Luther King Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement
MTS     B 407      The Gospels
MTS     H 418      The Church of Antiquity
MTS     E/T 405    Families in Theological and Ethical Perspective
MTS     E 300      Introduction to Contemporary Christian Ethics
MTS     H 421      20th Century Christianity: Global Pentecostalism
MTS     H 300      Transformations of Christianity: A Foundational Course
MTS     H 330      History of the Black Church in North America
MTS     B 404      Paul's First Letter to Corinth
MTS     T 300      Introduction to Christian Theology
MTS     M 428      African American Prayer Traditions
MTS     M 309      Prodding the Religious Imagination: Poets and Faith
MTS     M/E 402    Professional Ethics for Clergy



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MTS     E/M 402            Professional Ethics for Clergy
NBTS    ME 413             Multicultural Youth Ministry
NBTS    TH 301 01          Christian Theology I
NBTS    MN 381             Developing Communication Skills
NBTS    CH 304             Protestant Reformers
NBTS    ME 301             Theology and Practice of Evangelism
NBTS    TH 450             African American Theology: Historical Perspectives
NBTS    WS 408             Worship and Culture
NBTS    OT 303             Wisdom Literature
NBTS    TE 415             Pastoral Ethics
NBTS    YM 301             Theology and Philosophy of Youth Ministry
NBTS    MN 520             Women in Pastoral Ministry
NBTS    WS 452             The Spiritual Journey
NBTS    OT 302 02          The Former Prophets
NBTS    YM 303             Adolescent Culture
NBTS    CH 301 02          Early and Medieval Christianity
NBTS    TH 302 01          Christian Theology II
NBTS    TETH 415           Humanity as Male and Female
NBTS    CH 302 02          Reformation and Modern Christianity
NBTS    OT 301 02          The Pentateuch
NPTS    BIBL 6102 & 6103   Hebrew Readings
NPTS    BIBL 6225          Apocalyptic Literature
NPTS    CEDF 6214          Ministry with Parents of Children
NPTS    CEDF 6218          Teaching Confirmation
NPTS    CEDF 6228          Management Issues in Youth Ministry
NPTS    CEDF 5111          Teaching and Learning
NPTS    CEDF 6302          Youth Assets and Advocacy
NPTS    MNST 7375          Stewardship
NPTS    BIBL 6263          Biblical Perspectives on Health and Healing
NPTS    THEO 5174          Studies in Bonhoeffer
NPTS    CEDF 5110          History of Christian Formation
NPTS    THEO 6279          The Church and its Mission
NPTS    MNST 7361          Leadership and Empowering Laity for Church Growth
NPTS    CEDF 6300          Ministry with Youth
NPTS    HSTY 6225          The Christian Community at Worship
NPTS    CEDF 6301          Youth Issues and Problems
NPTS    MNST 5156          Missions in Latin America
NPTS    MNST 5150          Introduction to Missions
NPTS    HSTY 7310          Wilderness and Faith
NPTS    CEDF 6203          Family Systems and Ministry
NPTS    MNST 5210          Homiletics
NPTS    THEO 7220          Christian Ethics and the Church
NPTS    MNST 5160          Evangelism and Church Planting
NPTS    THEO 6330          Theological Foundations
NPTS    MNST 7306          Discipleship/Mentoring for Christian Growth and Ministry
S-WTS   08-615S            Ethics of Intimacy
S-WTS   13-505S            Canon Law
S-WTS   MNST 641           Pastoral Care and Counseling for Young Adults
S-WTS   06-510A            Spiritual Formation in Small Groups
S-WTS   05-621S            Recent Trinitarian Thought
S-WTS   MNST 640           Young Adult Ministry Offering
S-WTS   05-655S            The Cappadocians and Friends
S-WTS   ECUM 601           Church in Ecumenical Perspective
TEDS    OT 503             Elementary Hebrew I
TEDS    OT 504             Elementary Hebrew II
TEDS    PR 845             Metaphysics
TEDS    PT 675C            Ministry Couples and Life's Realities
TEDS    NT 749             History of New Testament Interpretation
TEDS    NT 751             Hermeneutics
TEDS    NT 621             Synoptic Gospels and Johannine Literature
TEDS    BE 774             Introduction to Bioethics
TEDS    BE 779             Clinical Issues in Bioethics



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TEDS    ST 715                 Christian Ethics
TEDS    PT 675B                Developing Asian American Ministries




Intensive Courses
CTU     I 596             M.Div. Integrating Seminar
G-ETS   40-673            United Methodist Studies: 20th Century to Present
G-ETS   40-674            United Methodist Studies: Wesley/19th Century
G-ETS   11-803            Prophetic Books: Amos
G-ETS   12-808            Galatians
G-ETS   34-634            Issues in World Mission: Encounter in Islamic Context
G-ETS   34-606            Prayer in Christian Ministry
G-ETS   33-835            History and Theories of Christian Education
G-ETS   33-502            Teaching for Biblical Faith
G-ETS   31-812            Worship and the Arts
G-ETS   31-515            Hymnody in Worship
LSTC    M-439             Art and World Religions
LSTC    T-301             Unity and Diversity
M/L     M365INT           Arts of Ministry I: Leadership Theory
M/L     E/M540INT         Evil, Trauma and Ambiguity
M/L     M360INT           Visceral and Kinesthetic in Ministry
M/L     H349INT           Unitarian Universalist Polity
M/L     TS325/525INT      Religious Humanism
M/L     TS339/539INT      Foundations and Critical Study of Theology III
M/L     H394INT           Unitarian Universalist Polity
M/L     M415INT           Religious Education Curriculum
M/L     M325/525INT       Religious Humanism
M/L     I300INT           Spiritual Journey Workshop
MTS     M 328             Preaching as Celebration (Intensive)
MTS     M 467             Managing Church Conflict
MTS     T/I 486           Borderlinks
MTS     M 420K            Spirituality and Ministry
MTS     B 321             Introduction to Hebrew Exegesis I
NBTS    TH 302 02         Christian Theology II
NBTS    TH 301 02         Christian Theology I
NBTS    CTPC 411          Conflict, Visitation and Grief
NBTS    MN 520            Women in Pastoral Ministry
NBTS    ME 413            Multicultural Youth Ministry
NBTS    PC 430            Premarital and Marital Counseling
NPTS    HSTY 7310         Wilderness and Faith
NPTS    MNST 5122         Family Counseling
NPTS    BIBL 6233         Apocalyptic Literature
NPTS    MNST 5151         Cultural Dimensions in Missions
NPTS    HSTY 7300         History and Theology of the Covenant Church
TEDS    PC 502A           Techniques for Brief Pastoral Counseling
TEDS    BE 776            Bioethics and Public Policy
TEDS    BE 779            Clinical Issues in Bioethics
TEDS    PC 502B           Marital Restoration Ministries
TEDS    PR 845            Metaphysics
TEDS    ST 715            Christian Ethics




Online Courses

LSTC    B-310C         Pentateuch
M/L     H394OL         Unitarian Universalist History



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NBTS   ME 420      Church Planting and Development
NBTS   TH 409      Reconciliation and Racism
NPTS   CEDF 6202   Small Group Ministry
NPTS   CEDF 5109   Evangelism and Discipleship
NPTS   CEDF 6272   Retreat Ministry
NPTS   MNST 5130   Developing Congregationally-based Health Ministries
NPTS   MNST 5132   Reflections on the Practice of Health Ministry
NPTS   HSTY 6210   Christian Tradition and Mission
NPTS   BIBL 5150   Interpreting the New Testament I
NPTS   CEDF 6271   Camping Ministry




Travel Courses

CTU    B 451I      Jesus and Judaism (Israel)
CTU    B 476I      History & Archaeology of Israel: OT (Israel)
CTU    B 477I      History & Archaeology of Israel: NT (Israel)
CTU    B 407I      Jerusalem: The Holy City (Israel)
NBTS   BS 420      Seminar in the Holy Land
NPTS   MNST 5156   Missions in Latin America
NPTS   HSTY 7310   Wilderness and Faith




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                                        ACTS PERSONNEL

Faculty and Executive Officers
Ghulam-Haider Aasi (LSTC) Visiting Lecturer in Islamic             study: Indiana University; Northwestern University; St.
Studies                                                            John's University
Th.D., Temple University                                           773-256-0770 <mbangert@lstc.edu>
847.615.1912 <>
                                                                   Claude Marie Barbour (CTU) Professor of World Mission
A.K.M. Adam (S-WTS) Associate Professor of New                     S.T.M., New York Theological Seminary; S.T.D., Garrett-
Testament                                                          Evangelical Theological Seminary
B.A., Bowdoin College; M.Div., Yale Divinity School;               773.753.5330 <barbour@ctu.edu>
S.T.M., Yale Divinity School; Ph.D., Duke University
847.328.9300 ext. 39 <akm-adam@seabury.edu>                        Paula S. D. Barker (S-WTS) Associate Professor of
                                                                   Historical Theology
Javier Alanis (LSTC) Assistant Professor of Theology,              B.Mus., University of Michigan; M.Div., Yale Divinity
Culture and Mission; Lutheran Seminary Program of the              School; Ph.D., University of Chicago
Southwest, Austin TX                                               847-328-9300 ext. 32 <pbarker@seabury.edu>
Ph.D., Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
512.477.2666 <>                                                    Robert Barron (MS) Department of Systematics
                                                                   S.T.B., S.T.L., M.Div., University of St. Mary of the Lake;
Scott Alexander (CTU)                                              M.A., Catholic University of America; S.T.D., Institut
773.256.4251 <scalexan@ctu.edu>                                    Catholique de Paris
                                                                   847-566-6401 <rbarron@usml.edu>
Cheryl B. Anderson (G-ETS) Assistant Professor of Old
Testament Interpretation                                           Barry J. Beitzel (TEDS) University Provost; Professor of
B.A., Hampshire College; J.D., Wayne State University;             Old Testament and Semitic Languages
M.Div., Wesley Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Vanderbilt             B.A., M.A., Bob Jones University; Ph.D., Dropsie University
University                                                         847-317-8194 <provost@tiu.edu>
847.866.3979 <cheryl.anderson@garrett.edu>
                                                                   August J. Belauskas (MS) Vice Rector; Director of Pre-
Colt Anderson (MS) Department of Church History                    Theology Program; Instructor, Department of Pre-Theology;
M.A., University of Georgia; Ph.D., Marquette University           Associate Dean of Formation
847.566.6401 <>                                                    S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake; M.A., Ph.D.
                                                                   cand., Loyola University, Chicago
Philip J. Anderson (NPTS) Professor of Church History              847-566-6401 <abelauskas@usml.edu>
B.A., University of Minnesota; M.Div., Bethel Theological
Seminary; Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary; D.Phil.,          Linda L. Belleville (NPTS) Professor of Biblical Literature
Regent's Park College, Oxford University                           B.M., University of Rochester, Eastman School of Music;
773-244-6218 <panders@northpark.edu>                               M.A., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D., University
                                                                   of St. Michael's College
Michel Andraos (CTU)                                               773-244-6238 <lbellev@northpark.edu>
773.256.4259 <mandraos@ctu.edu>
                                                                   Dianne Bergant, CSA (CTU) Professor of Old Testament
Ventra Asana (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member                        Studies; Director of D.Min. Program
M.T.S., Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary                   B.S., Marian College; M.A., Ph.D., St. Louis University
 <ventra1-asana@yahoo.com>                                         773.753.5325 <dbergant@ctu.edu>

Homer U. Ashby, Jr. (MTS) W. Clement and Jessie V. Stone           Bob Berridge (LSTC) Acting Vice President for
Professor of Pastoral Care                                         Administration and Finance
B.A., Princeton University; M.Th., D.Min., University of           B.A., Truman State University; M.A., Lutheran School of
Chicago; Ph.D., Northwestern University                            Theology at Chicago; study: Governor's State University
773-947-6364 <hashby@mccormick.edu>                                773.256.0715 <bberridge@lstc.edu>

Richard E. Averbeck (TEDS) Associate Professor of Old              Stephen Bevans, SVD (CTU) Louis J. Luzbetak, SVD
Testament and Semitic Languages                                    Professor of Mission and Culture
B.A., Calvary Bible College; M.Div., M.A., Grace                   B.A., Divine Word College; S.T.B., S.T.L., Pontifical
Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Annenberg Research Institute,         Gregorian University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Notre
Dropsie College                                                    Dame; study: University of Cambridge
847-317-8017 <raverbec@tiu.edu>                                    773-753-5326 <sbevans@ctu.edu>

Mark P. Bangert (LSTC) John H. Tietjen Professor of                Kathleen D. Billman (LSTC) Dean; Associate Professor of
Pastoral Ministry: Worship and Music; Dean of the Chapel           Pastoral Theology
B.A., Concordia Senior College; M.Div., S.T.M., Concordia          B.A., Muskingum College; M.Div., Ph.D., Princeton
Seminary, St. Louis; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota;         Theological Seminary



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773-256-0721 <kbillman@lstc.edu>                                     Robert L. Brawley (MTS) Albert G. McGaw Professor of
                                                                     New Testament
Keith J. Bjorge (TEDS) Visiting Professor of Pastoral                B.A., Erskine College; M.Div., Erskine Theological
Counseling and Psychology                                            Seminary; S.T.M., Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary;
B.A., Trinity College; M.A., Illinois School of Professional         Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary
Psychology; Psy.D., Illinois School of Professional                  773-947-6322 <rbrawley@mccormick.edu>
Psychology
 <>                                                                  James Bruckner (NPTS) Assistant Professor of Old
                                                                     Testament
Richard Bliese (LSTC) Augustana Heritage Assistant                   B.A., North Park College; M.A.T.S., North Park Theological
Professor of Global Mission and Evangelism; Director of              Seminary; M.Div., Luther-Northwestern Theological
Th.M./Ph.D. Studies                                                  Seminary; Th.D. cand., Luther Seminary
B.A., Wright State University; M.Div., Christ Seminary–              773-244-6222 <jbruckn@northpark.edu>
Seminex; Ph.D., Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago
773-256-0672 <rbliese@lstc.edu>                                      Elizabeth Bueschel (CTS) Adjunct Faculty
                                                                     B.A., Keuka College; M.Div., Chicago Theological Seminary
Reginald Blount (G-ETS) Instructor in Youth Ministry and             312-939-5918 <>
Christian Education; Director, Faith Passage
B.S., Tuskegee University; M.Div., Candler School of                 Michael A. Bullmore (TEDS) Associate Professor of
Theology; Ph.D., Northwestern University (in cooperation             Practical Theology
with Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, in process)           Dip., Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Wheaton College; M.Div.,
847.866.3962 <rblount@garrett.edu>                                   Th.M., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D.,
                                                                     Northwestern University
Edith L. Blumhofer (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Church                847-317-8035 <mbullmor@trin.edu>
History
B.A., M.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., Harvard.                    David Bumbaugh (M/L) Associate Professor of Ministry,
630.752.7005 <eblumhofer@northern.seminary.edu>                      Director of Field Education
                                                                     B.A., Wilmington College; B.D., Meadville/Lombard
Doris Borchert (NBTS) Professor of Christian Education,              Theological School
Director of Supervised Ministry                                      773-256-3000 ext. 229 <dbumbaugh@meadville.edu>
B.A, Eastern College; M.R.E., Eastern Baptist Theological
Seminary; D.Min., Andover Newton Theological School;                 Alfloyd Butler (NBTS) Associate Professor of African
study: Graduate Theological Union                                    American Religious Studies
630-620-2128 <dborchert@northern.seminary.edu>                       B.S., Southern University; M.Div., Virginia Union
                                                                     University School of Theology; Ph.D., Northwestern
Gerald L. Borchert (NBTS) Professor of New Testament;                University
Director of Doctoral Studies                                         630-620-2119 <abutler@northern.seminary.edu>
B.A., University of Alberta; L.L.B., University of Alberta
Law School; M.Div., Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary;            Lee H. Butler Jr. (CTS) Assistant Professor of Theologyand
Th.M., Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary and Princeton           Psychology; Director of M.Div. Program
University; study: Duke University, Andover Newton                   B.A., Bucknell University; M.Div., Eastern Baptist
Theological School, Boston College, Graduate Theological             Theological Seminary; M.Th., Princeton Theological
Union, Cambridge University                                          Seminary; M.Ph., Ph.D., Drew University
630-620-2108 <gborchert@northern.seminary.edu>                       773-752-5757 ext. 238 <lbutler@chgosem.edu>

Barbara E. Bowe, RSCJ (CTU) Associate Professor of                   Sara Butler, M.S.B.T. (MS) Associate Professor,
Biblical Studies                                                     Department of Systematic Theology
B.A., Manhattanville College; M.Ed., Boston College;                 B.S., Fordham School of Education; M.A., Catholic
M.T.S., Harvard Divinity School; Th.D., Harvard University           University of America; S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the
773-753-5331 <barbbowe@ctu.edu>                                      Lake; Ph.D., Fordham University
                                                                     847-566-6401 <sbutler@usml.edu>
Bobbi Bower (NPTS) Adjunct Instructor in Christian
Education                                                            Richard R. Caemmerer Jr. (LSTC) Visiting Professor of
B.A., Houghton College; M.S. in Ed., State University of             Theology and Art
New York                                                             B.F.A., Washington University; M.F.A., Indiana University;
913-651-2624 <bbower1029@aol.com>                                    Diploma, University of Heidelberg
                                                                     509-763-3693 <>
Patrick J. Boyle, S.J. (MS) Associate Professor, Department
of Christian Life                                                    Helen Cahill, OP (CTU) Adjunct Lecturer in Spirituality
M.A., Loyola University, Chicago; Ph.L., S.T.L., West                M.S., Marquette University; M.A., University of Notre
Baden College; Ph.D., Marquette University                           Dame; M.T.S., D.Min., Catholic Theological Union
847-566-6401 <pboyle@usml.edu>                                        <>

Paul D. G. Bramer (NPTS) Assistant Professor of Christian            George E. Cairns, Jr. (CTS) Assistant Professor of
Education                                                            Practical Theology and Spirituality; Director, Doctor of
B.A., University of Toronto; M.A.T.S. cand., University of           Ministry Program
British Columbia; M.A. (Education), Brock University;                B.A., Rutgers University; M.A., Ph.D., Emory University;
Ed.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School                           M.Div., Chicago Theological Seminary
773-244-6245 <pbramer@northpark.edu>                                 773-752-5757 ext. 235 <gcairns@chgosem.edu>




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Elizabeth F. Caldwell (MTS) Harold Blake Walker                     773.753.7474 <otrebligcg@ctu.edu>
Professor of Pastoral Theology and Professor of Educational
Ministry                                                            Helen Cepero (NPTS) Director of Spiritual Formation
B.A., Rhodes College; M.E., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D.,           B.A., Trinity Christian College; M.S.W., University of
Northwestern University                                             Illinois, M.Div., North Park Theological Seminary;
773-947-6329 <lcaldwell@mccormick.edu>                              Certificate, Spiritual Direction, Mercy Center.
                                                                      <>
James Callahan (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Theology
B.S., Emmaus Bible College; M.A., Wheaton College; Ph.D.,           Peter T. Cha (TEDS) Instructor of Practical Theology
Marquette University                                                B.A., University of Chicago; M.Div., Th.M., Trinity
 <>                                                                 Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D. cand., Northwestern
                                                                    University
Cynthia M. Campbell (MTS) President and McCormick                   847-317-8034 <pcha@trin.edu>
Professor of Church and Ministry
B.A., Occidental College; M.Div., Harvard Divinity School;          Mary Chase-Ziolek (NPTS) Assistant Professor of Health
Ph.D., Southern Methodist University                                Ministries
773-947-6301 <ccampbell@mccormick.edu>                              B.A., Beloit College; B.S., Rush University; M.S., University
                                                                    of Illinois, Chicago; Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago
Ted A. Campbell (G-ETS) President and Professor of                  773.244.6201 <mchase-ziolek@northpark.edu>
History of Christianity
B.A., North Texas State University; B.A., M.A., Oxford              Donald F. Chatfield (G-ETS) Professor of Preaching;
University; Ph.D., Southern Methodist University                    (MTS) Adjunct Lecturer in Preaching
847.866.3901 <ted.campbell@garrett.edu>                             A.B., Yale University; B.D., Princeton Theological
                                                                    Seminary; Ph.D., University of Edinburgh
John F. Canary (MS) Rector/President                                847-866-3931 <don.chatfield@garrett.edu>
M.A.S., University of San Francisco; S.T.L., D.Min.,
University of St. Mary of the Lake                                  Kathleen Chekel (LSTC) Director of Marketing and
847-566-6401 <jcanary@usml.edu>                                     Communications
                                                                    B.A., Concordia University, River Forest; M.S., Roosevelt
Linda M. Cannell (TEDS) Professor of Educational                    University
Ministries                                                          773.256.0784 <kchekel@lstc.edu>
B.R.E., Central Baptist Seminary, Toronto; B.A., University
of Manitoba; M.R.E., Ed.D., Southwestern Baptist                    Hearn Chun (MTS) Assistant Professor of Theology and
Theological Seminary                                                Asian Studies
847-317-8029 <lcannell@tiu.edu>                                     B.A., Seoul National University; B.D., Perkins School of
                                                                    Theology; Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary
Richard W. Carlson (NPTS) Professor of Ministry;                    773-947-6287 <hchun@mccormick.edu>
Director of Field Education
B.A., North Park College; M.Div., Union Theological                 Graham Cole (TEDS) Professor of Biblical and Systematic
Seminary, New York; D.Min., McCormick Theological                   Theology
Seminary; study: North Park Theological Seminary                    B.A., Th.M., University of Sydney; B.D., University of
773-244-6227 <rcarlso@northpark.edu>                                London; DipA, Moore Theological College; ThL, ThD,
                                                                    Australian College of Theology
Donald A. Carson (TEDS) Research Professor of New                    <>
Testament
B.S., McGill University; M.Div., Central Baptist Seminary;          Robert E. Coleman (TEDS) Professor of Evangelism;
Ph.D., Cambridge University                                         Director of the School of World Mission and Evangelism
847-317-8081 <>                                                     B.A., Southwestern University; B.D., Asbury Theological
                                                                    Seminary; Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D.,
Charles M. Cary (MTS) Jean W. and Frank T. Mohr                     University of Iowa
Professor of Ministry                                               847-317-8132 <csleasma@trin.edu>
B.A., Maryville College; M.Div., McCormick Theological
Seminary; D.Min., McCormick Theological Seminary                    Deborah A. Colwill (TEDS) Visiting Instructor of
773.947.6312 <ccary@mccormick.edu>                                  Educational Ministries
                                                                    B.A., University of Minnesota; M.Div., Ph.D. cand., Trinity
Anna Case-Winters (MTS) Associate Professor of Theology             Evangelical Divinity School
B.A., Agnes Scott College; M.Div., Columbia Theological             847.317.8042 <>
Seminary; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
773-947-6321 <acase-winters@mccormick.edu>                          Charles H. Cosgrove (NBTS) Professor of New Testament
                                                                    and Ethics
Robert Cathey (MTS) Associate Professor of Theology                 B.A., Bethel College; M.Div., Bethel Theological Seminary;
B.A., Davidson College; M.Div., Princeton Theological               Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary; study: University of
Seminary; Ph.D., Duke University                                    Tübingen; ISEDET, Buenos Aires
773.947.6323 <rcathey@mccormick.edu>                                630-620-2113 <cosgrove@northern.seminary.edu>

Gilberto Cavazos-Gonzalez, OFM (CTU) Assistant                      Margaret Ann Crain (G-ETS) Assistant Professor of
Professor of Spirituality                                           Christian Education; Director of MA Programs and Deacon
B.A., Quincy University; M.Div., Catholic Theological               Studies
Union; M.A., Incarnate Word University; S.T.L., Pontificio          B.A., San Jose State University; M.A., University of Iowa;
Atheneum Antonianum                                                 Ed.D., Vanderbilt University; study: St. Paul School of



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Theology, Perkins School of Theology, Scarritt Graduate               Dip., Miami Christian College; B.S., Philadelphia College of
School                                                                Bible; M.A., Ph.D., New York University
847-866-3973 <margaretann.crain@garrett.edu>                          847-317-8048 <pdowns@trin.edu>

Martin R. Crain (TEDS) Associate Professor of Practical               John L. Dreibelbis (S-WTS) Associate Professor of
Theology; Director of Professional Doctoral Programs                  Christian Ministries
B.S., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana; M.Div.,               A.B., University of Chicago; M.Div., Seabury-Western
D.Min., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School                           Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Chicago Divinity
847-317-8110 <mcrain@trin.edu>                                        School
                                                                      847-328-9300 ext. 29 <j-dreibelbis@seabury.edu>
David S. Cunningham (S-WTS/G-ETS) Associate Professor
of Theology and Ethics                                                Ruth C. Duck (G-ETS) Associate Professor of Worship
B.S., Northwestern University; B.A., M.A., University of              B.A., Rhodes College; M.Div., Chicago Theological
Cambridge; Ph.D., Duke University                                     Seminary; M.A., University of Notre Dame; Th.D., Boston
847.328.9300 ext. 33 <dscunningham@seabury.edu>                       University School of Theology
                                                                      847-866-3978 <ruth.duck@garrett.edu>
David Scott Cunningham (S-WTS) Associate Professor of
Theology and Ethics                                                   Julie A. Duncan (G-ETS) Assistant Professor of Old
B.S., Northwestern University; B.A., M.A., The University             Testament Interpretation
of Cambridge, Yale Divinity School; Ph.D., Duke University            B.A., Wheaton College; M.T.S., Garrett-Evangelical
847.328.9300 ex 33 <dscunningham@northwestern.edu>                    Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Harvard University
                                                                      847-866-3934 <julie.duncan@garrett.edu>
John A. Dally (S-WTS) Assistant Professor of Christian
Communication & Director of the Seabury Institute                     James Kenneth Echols (LSTC) President
B.A., University of California; M.Div., Yale Divinity School;         B.A., Temple University; M.Div., Lutheran Theological
Ph.D., University of Chicago                                          Seminary at Philadelphia; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale
847.328.9300 ext. 30 <j-dally@seabury.edu>                            University
                                                                      773-256-0728 <jechols@lstc.edu>
David D. Daniels III (MTS) Associate Professor of Church
History                                                               A. Royce Eckhardt (NPTS) Lecturer in Hymnology
B.A., Bowdoin College; M.Div., Yale Divinity School;                  B.M., North Park College; M.M., University of Hartford
Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary, New York                           847.446.7777 <>
773-947-6342 <ddaniels@mccormick.edu>
                                                                      W. Dow Edgerton (CTS) Academic Dean; Associate
Jo Ann Deasy (NPTS) Dean of Students and Community Life               Professor of Ministry
B.S., University of California at Berkeley; M.Div., Gordon            A.B., Johns Hopkins University; M.Div., Ph.D., Chicago
Conwell Theological Seminary; Orientation Studies, North              Theological Seminary
Park Theological Seminary                                             773-752-5757 ext. 251 <dedgerton@chgosem.edu>
773.244.6222 <>
                                                                      Sandra K. Edwards (MTS) Director of African American
Yvonne V. Delk (SCUPE) Adjunct Faculty Member                         Ministries Program
B.A., Norfolk State University; M.R.E., Andover Newton                B.S., M.A., Florida State University; M.Div., Columbia
Theological School; D.Min., New York Theological                      Theological Seminary
Seminary                                                              773-947-6279 <sedwards@mccormick.edu>
757.625.5870 <>
                                                                      Christopher Eldredge (LSTC) Director of Information
David E. Dillon (TEDS) Associate Professor of Pastoral                Technology
Counseling and Psychology                                             B.A., Concordia Senior College, Ft. Wayne, M.Div., Christ
Dip., Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Judson College; B.A.,              Seminary-Seminex, St. Louis; Cert., Graduate Theological
Aurora College; M.Ed., Ed.D., Northern Illinois University            Union, Berkeley
847-317-8117 <ddillon@trin.edu>                                       773.256.0741 <celdredge@lstc.edu>

Eleanor Doidge, L.o.B. (CTU) Associate Professor of                   Duane H. Elmer (TEDS) Professor of Educational
Cross-Cultural Ministry; Director of World Mission                    Ministries; G. W. Aldeen Chair of International Studies
Program                                                               Dip., Moody Bible Institute, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., Michigan
B.A., Carlow College; M.A., Catholic Theological Union;               State University; M.A., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
D.Min., Chicago Theological Seminary; study: Pittsburgh               847.317.8156 <delmer@tiu.edu>
Theological Seminary
773-753-5332 <edoidge@ctu.edu>                                        Muriel I. Elmer (TEDS) Adjunct Professor of Educational
                                                                      Ministries
John V. Dolciamore (MS) Professor Emeritus, Adjunct                   B.S., Wheaton College; M.S., DePaul University; Ph.D.,
Faculty, Department of Christian Life                                 Michigan State University
B.A., M.A., S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake;               847.317.8057 <melmer@tiu.edu>
J.C.L., Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
847-566-6401 <jdolciamore@usml.edu>                                   John D. Erickson (TEDS) Visiting Instructor of Practical
                                                                      Theology
Perry G. Downs (TEDS) Professor of Educational                        B.S., Purdue University; M.Div., Th.M., Trinity Evangelical
Ministries; Director of the Ph.D. Program in Educational              Divinity School
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David V. Esterline (MTS) Dean of Faculty; Vice President
for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Cross-              Archimedes Fornasari, MCCJ (CTU) Senior Research
cultural Education and Ministry                                     Fellow in Ethics
A.B., University of California; M.A., Oxford University,            M.A., Xavier University, Cincinnati; Ph.D., Catholic
Trinity College; Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union                  University of America
773.947.6306 <desterline@mccormick.edu>                             773-753-5342 <afornasari@ctu.edu>

Vaughn Fayle, OMI (CTU)                                             Alan Forsman (NPTS) Adjunct Instructor in Christian
773.256.4258 <vfayle@ctu.edu>                                       Education
                                                                    B.A., Wheaton College; M.Ed., C.A.G.S., Springfield
Kevin Feeney (MS) Dean of Formation                                 College; D.Min., Drew University; study: North Park
M.Div., University of St. Mary of the Lake; M.A.S.,                 Theological Seminary; George Williams College; University
University of San Francisco                                         of Massachusetts
847.566.6401 <>                                                     847.882.5015 <>

John S. Feinberg (TEDS) Professor of Biblical and                   Mark A. Fowler (G-ETS) Assistant Professor of Church
Systematic Theology                                                 Leadership; Director of Field Education
B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; M.Div., Talbot         B.A., DePauw University; M.Div., Boston University;
Theological Seminary; Th.M., Trinity Evangelical Divinity           D.Min., Andover Newton Theological School
School; M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago                          847.866.3863 <mark.fowler@garrett.edu>
847-317-8068 <tedsfac@tiu.edu>
                                                                    Richard Fragomeni (CTU) Associate Professor of Liturgy
Paul D. Feinberg (TEDS) Professor of Biblical and                   and Preaching
Systematic Theology                                                 B.A., Siena College; S.T.B., M.A., University of Louvain;
B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; B.D., Th.M.,           M.A., Ph.D., M.Mus., Catholic University of America
Talbot Theological Seminary; Th.D., Dallas Theological              773-753-5328 <richardf@ctu.edu>
Seminary; M.A., Roosevelt University; Ph.D. cand.,
University of Chicago                                               David J. Frenchak (SCUPE) President
847-317-8069 <pfeinber@trin.edu>                                    B.A., Toccoa Falls Bible College; M.Div., Bethel
                                                                    Theological Seminary; D.Min., Andover Newton Theological
Gayle C. Felton (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member                      School
B.A., North Carolina Wesleyan College; M.Div., Duke                 312-726-1200 <>
Divinity School; Ph.D., Duke University
 <>                                                                 Mary Frohlich, HM (CTU) Assistant Professor of
                                                                    Spirituality
Bruce L. Fields (TEDS) Assistant Professor of Biblical and          B.A., Antioch College; M.A., Ph.D., Catholic University of
Systematic Theology                                                 America
B.A., University of Pennsylvania; M.Div., Th.M., Trinity            773-753-5313 <frohlich@ctu.edu>
Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D., Marquette University
847-317-8075 <bfields@trin.edu>                                     Kurt A. Gabbard (MTS) Vice President for Finance and
                                                                    Operations
Leon Finney (MTS) Director, African American Leadership             B.S., M.B.A., University of Illinois Champaign/Urbana
Partnership Program                                                 773.947.6250 <kgabbard@mccormick.edu>
M.A., Goddard College; M.A.T.S., D.Min., McCormick
Theological Seminary                                                Steven P. Gerali (NBTS) Associate Professor of Youth
773-753-2470 <104227.733@compuserve.com>                            Ministry
                                                                    B.A., Moody Bible Institute; M.Ed., Loyola University;
Robert M. Finster (S-WTS) Director of Music and Lecturer            D.Phil., Oxford Graduate School
in Church Music                                                     630.705.8257 <sgerali@northern.seminary.edu>
B.A., Occidental College; M.Mus., D.M.A., Eastman School
of Music of the University of Rochester                             Thomas J. Gilbert (LSTC) Associate Director,Zygon Center
847-328-9300 ext. 37 <r-finster@seabury.edu>                        for Religion and Science; Adjunct Professor of Religion and
                                                                    Science Studies
Brian J. Fischer (MS) Instructor, Department of Liturgy and         B.S., M.S., California Institute of Technology; Ph.D., Illinois
Sacraments                                                          Institute of Technology
M.Div., University of St. Mary of the Lake; S.L.D. cand.,           773-256-0768 <tgilbert@lstc.edu>
University of S. Anselmo, Rome
847-566-6401 <bfischer@usml.edu>                                    David Gill (NPTS) Adjunct Professor of Christian Ethics
                                                                    B.A., University of California, Berkeley; M.A., San
David B. Fletcher (TEDS) Visiting Professor of Bioethics            Francisco State University; Ph.D., University of Southern
B.A., Trinity College; M.A., Loyola University; Ph.D.,              California
University of Illinois                                              773.244.5662 <dgill@northpark.edu>
 <>
                                                                    Anthony Gittins, CSSp (CTU) Bishop Francis X. Ford,
Edward Foley, OFM Cap. (CTU) Professor of Liturgy and               MM, Professor of Catholic Missiology
Music                                                               M.A. (Anthropology), M.A. (Linguistics), Ph.D., University
B.A., St. Joseph's College; M.Div., St. Francis Seminary;           of Edinburgh; study: University of Cambridge
M.Mus., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Ph.D., University of         773-753-5343 <tgittins@ctu.edu>
Notre Dame
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Stephen R. Graham (NPTS) Dean of Faculty and Academic
Life; Professor of American Church History                           M. Susan Harlow (M/L) Assistant Professor of Religious
B.A., Wheaton College; M.A., Wheaton Graduate School;                Education
Ph.D., University of Chicago Divinity School                         B.A., Hollins College; M.Div., Andover Newton Theological
773-244-6211 <sgraham@northpark.edu>                                 School; Th.M., Harvard University; Ed.D., Columbia
                                                                     University
Michael P. Green (TEDS) Director of Supervised                       773-256-3000 ext. 230 <sharlow@meadville.edu>
Ministries; Associate Professor of Practical Theology
B.S., State University of New York at Buffalo; Th.M., Dallas         Zachary Hayes, OFM (CTU) Duns Scotus Professor of
Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of North Texas               Spirituality
847-317-8031 <mgreen@trin.edu>                                       B.A., Quincy College; Dr. Theol., Friedrich-Wilhelm
                                                                     University, Bonn; Litt.D., St. Bonaventure University;
Stephen P. Greggo (TEDS) Assistant Professor of Pastoral             Litt.D., Quincy College
Counseling and Psychology                                            773-753-5344 <zach@ctu.edu>
B.A., State University of New York College at Oneonta;
M.A., Denver Seminary; Psy.D., State University of New               Philip J. Hefner (LSTC) Professor Emeritus of Systematic
York College at Albany                                               Theology; Director, Zygon Center for Religion and Science
847-317-8093 <sgreggo@trin.edu>                                      A.B., Midland Lutheran College; M.Div., Chicago Lutheran
                                                                     Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago;
Horace L. Griffin (S-WTS) Assistant Professor of Pastoral            Fulbright Scholar, University of Tübingen
Theology; Director, Chicago Collegiate Seminarians                   773-256-0670 <phefner@lstc.edu>
Program
B.A., Morehouse College; M.Div., Boston University School            Kurt K. Hendel (LSTC) Christ Seminary–Seminex
of Theology; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., Vanderbilt          Professor of Reformation History
University                                                           B.A., Concordia Senior College; M.Div., Concordia
847.328.9300 ext. 50 <h-griffin@seabury.edu>                         Seminary, St. Louis; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University;
                                                                     Fulbright Scholar at University of Göttingen
Dean Grodzins (M/L) Assistant Professor of History                   773-256-0776 <khendel@lstc.edu>
B.A., Williams College; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard University
773.256.3000 ext. 233 <dgrodzins@meadville.edu>                      Lawrence R. Hennessey (MS) Dean of Canonical Faculty;
                                                                     Associate Professor, Department of Systematics
Carolyn Vogt Groves (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member                   B.A., Holy Trinity Mission Seminary; S.T.B., M.A., S.T.L.,
B.A., Manhattanville College, M.A., Ph.D., University of             School of Theology, Catholic University of America; M.A.,
Chicago Divinity School                                              Ph.D., Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Catholic
847.492.3275 <purplejan8@aol.com>                                    University of America
                                                                     847-566-6401 <lhennessey@usml.edu>
Scott Haldeman (CTS) Assistant Professor of Worship
B.A., Oberlin College; M.Div., Ph.D., Union Theological              Carol Hepokoski (M/L) Assistant Professor of Ethics and
Seminary                                                             Society
773.752.5757 ext. 228 <>                                             B.A., Gaucher College; M.Div., Starr King School for the
                                                                     Ministry; Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union
Stephen Hall (NPTS) Visiting Professor of Biblical                   773-256-3000 ext. 232 <chepokoski@meadville.edu>
Literature
B.A., Taylor University; M.A., Institute of Holy Land                Paul G. Hiebert (TEDS) Associate Dean of Academic
Studies; Th.M., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D.           Doctoral Programs; Distinguished Professor of Mission and
cand., University of Chicago                                         Anthropology
773-244-5667 <shall@northpark.edu>                                   B.A., Tabor College; M.A., Mennonite Brethren Biblical
                                                                     Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Brian Halverson (LSTC) Director of Admissions and                    847-317-8134 <phiebert@trin.edu>
Financial Aid
B.A., University of Minnesota; M.Div., Lutheeran School of           Paula Hiebert (LSTC) Visiting Professor of Old Testament
Theology at Chicago                                                  B.A., Salve Regina College; M.A., University of St.
773.256.0727 <bhalverson@lstc.edu>                                   Michael's, Toronto; M.T.S., Ph.D., Harvard University
                                                                      <>
James L. Halverson (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Church
History                                                              Theodore Hiebert (MTS) Professor of Old Testament
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., University of Iowa                                B.A., Fresno Pacific College; M.Div., Princeton Theological
 <>                                                                  Seminary; Ph.D., Harvard University
                                                                     773-947-6341 <tedhiebert@aol.com>
Hugh F. Halverstadt (MTS) Professor of Ministry
B.A., King College; B.D., Union Theological Seminary in              John E. Hinkle Jr. (G-ETS) Senior Scholar in Pastoral
Virginia; Ph.D., Northwestern University                             Psychology and Counseling
773-947-6267 <hhalverstadt@mccormick.edu>                            B.A., Taylor University; B.D., Garrett Theological Seminary;
                                                                     M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University (in cooperation with
Adolf M. Hansen (G-ETS) Vice President for                           Garrett Theological Seminary); Diplomate, American
Administration; Associate Professor of New Testament                 Association of Pastoral Counselors
B.A., Taylor University; S.T.B., S.T.M., New York                    847-866-3959 <>
Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Northwestern University (in
cooperation with Garrett Theological Seminary)                       James K. Hoffmeier (TEDS) Professor of Old Testament
847-866-3906 <adolf.hansen@garrett.edu>                              and Ancient Near Eastern History and Archaeology



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B.A., Wheaton College; M.A., Ph.D., University of Toronto            A.B., Duke University; B.D., Ph.D., Emory University
847.317.8064 <jhoffmei@tiu.edu>                                      773-752-5757 ext. 240 <tjennings@chgosem.edu>

David A. Hogue (G-ETS) Associate Professor of Pastoral               Richard Jensen (LSTC) Professor Emeritis of Homiletics
Theology and Counseling; Director of Institutional Research          B.A., Dana College; M.Div., Wartburg Theological
B.A., Greenville College; M.S.Ed., Indiana State University;         Seminary; S.T.M., Chicago Lutheran Theological Seminary;
M.Div., Christian Theological Seminary; Ph.D.,                       Ph.D., Aquinas Institute
Northwestern University (in cooperation with Garrett-                773-256-0751 <>
Evangelical Theological Seminary)
847.866.3983 <d-hogue@garrett.edu>                                   Kaziputalimba Joshua (SCUPE) Co-Director, Nurturing
                                                                     the Call
Fredrick Holmgren (NPTS) Research Professor of Biblical              M.A., Maryknoll School of Theology; M.A. Yale Divinity
Literature                                                           School; Doctoral Candidate, University of Chicago
A.B., Calvin College; B.D., S.T.M., Th.D., Union                     773.702.4884 <>
Theological Seminary (NY)
 <>                                                                  Cynthia Jürisson (LSTC) Associate Professor of American
                                                                     Church History
J. Fred Holper (MTS) Professor of Preaching and Worship              B.A., St. Olaf College; M.Div., Luther Northwestern
B.A., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee; M.Div.,                    Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Princeton Theological
McCormick Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University              Seminary
of Notre Dame                                                        773-256-0769 <cjurisso@lstc.edu>
773.947.6320 <fholper@mccormick.edu>
                                                                     Emma J. Justes (NBTS) Professor of Pastoral Care and
Leslie J. Hoppe, OFM (CTU) Professor of Old Testament                Pastoral Theology
Studies                                                              B.A., Franklin College of Indiana; B.D., Colgate Rochester
B.A., St. Francis College; M.A., Aquinas Institute of                Divinity School; Th.M., Ph.D., Princeton Theological
Theology; Ph.D., Northwestern University and Garrett-                Seminary
Evangelical Theological Seminary                                     630-620-2124 <justes@northern.seminary.edu>
773-753-5345 <lesliejhoppe@ctu.edu>
                                                                     George Kalantzis (G-ETS) Director of Educational
J. Philip Horrigan (CTU) Adjunct Lecturer in Preaching               Technologies; Assistant Professor of the History of
S.T.B., St. Paul University; M.Ed., Queen's University;              Christianity
M.Th., Jesuit School of Theology at Berkeley; D.Min.,                B.S., University of Illinois, Chicago; M.A., Moody Graduate
Catholic Theologial Union                                            School; M.S., Northeastern Illinois University; M.T.S.,
 <>                                                                  Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary; Ph.D.,
                                                                     Northwestern University (in cooperation with Garrett-
Robert Hubbard (NPTS) Professor of Old Testament                     Evangelical Theological Seminary)
A.B., Wheaton College; B.D., Fuller Theological Seminary;            847.866.3955 <george.kalantzis@garrett.edu>
M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate School; study: University
of Illinois                                                          Ogbu Kalu (MTS) Henry Winter Luce Professor of World
773-244-6246 <rhubbar@northpark.edu>                                 Christianity and Mission
                                                                     B.A., University of Toronto; M.A., McMaster University;
Juan Huitrado (CTU) Adjunct Lecturer in Cross-Cultural               Ph.D., University of Toronto; M.Div., Princeton Theological
Ministry                                                             Seminary; D.D., McGill University
M.A., M.Div., Catholic Theological Union                             773.947.6300 <>
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                                                                     Deborah Kapp (MTS) Assistant Professor of Ministry
Jose R. Irizarry (LSTC) Associate Professor of Educational           A.B., Brown University; M.Div., Union Theological
Ministries                                                           Seminary; Ph.D. cand., Loyola University
B.A., Universidad de Puerto Rico; M.Div., McCormick                  773-947-6327 <dkapp@mccormick.edu>
Theological Seminary; PhD., Garrett-Evangelical
Theological Seminary                                                 John M. Kaserow, MM (CTU) Adjunct Professor of
773.256.0758 <jirizarry@lstc.edu>                                    Mission Studies
                                                                     M.Th., M.Div., Maryknoll School of Theology; M.A.,
Antje Jackelen (LSTC) Assistant Professor of Systematic              University of Notre Dame; Ph.D., University of St. Michael's
Theology/Religion and Science                                        College, Toronto
M.Div., Uppsala University; Ph.D., Lund University                    <>
 <ajackelen@lstc.edu>
                                                                     Calvin Katter Jr. (NPTS) Visiting Professor of Biblical
Everett Jackson (NPTS) Associate Professor of Pastoral               Literature
Care                                                                 B.A., Wheaton College; B.D., Fuller Theological Seminary;
B.S., Roosevelt University; M.Ed., Northern Illinois                 Ph.D., University of Chicago
University; M.Div., Garrett-Evangelical Theological                  773-244-5735 <ckatter@northpark.edu>
Seminary; D.Min., Chicago Theological Seminary; CPE,
Community Hospital of Evanston, St. Francis Hospital of              Richard Kieckhefer (S-WTS) Northwestern University
Evanston; study: Northern Illinois University                        Visiting Professor in Church History
773-244-6221 <ejackson@northpark.edu>                                B.A., St. Louis University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Texas,
                                                                     Austin
Theodore W. Jennings (CTS) Professor of Biblical and                 847-491-2614 <kieckhefer@nwu.edu>
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Keith Killinger (LSTC) Visiting Lecturer in Church History          D.Litt., D.Theol., University of Strasbourg
B.A., Concordia Teachers College; M.Div., Concordia                 773-752-5757 ext. 236 <>
Seminary in exile; Th.D., Lutheran School of Theology at
Chicago                                                             David L. Larsen (TEDS) Professor Emeritus of Preaching
 <kkillinger@lstc.edu>                                              B.A., Stanford University; M.Div., Fuller Theological
                                                                    Seminary; study: North Park Theological Seminary
John F. Kilner (TEDS) Professor of Bioethics and                     <>
Contemporary Culture; Franklin Forman Chair of Christian
Ethics and Theology                                                 Roy W. Larson (G-ETS) Associate Professor of Religion
Director of Bannockburn Institute for Christianity and              and the News Media; Director, Garrett-Medill Center for
Contemporary Culture. B.A., Yale University; M.Div.,                Religion and the News Media
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary; A.M., Ph.D.,                   B.A., Augustana College; M.Div., Garrett Theological
Harvard University                                                  Seminary
847-317-8076 <jkilner@biccc.org>                                    847-866-3960 <rlarson@garrett.edu>

Ralph W. Klein (LSTC) Christ Seminary–Seminex                       Eugene A. LaVerdiere, SSS (CTU) Adjunct Professor of
Professor of Old Testament                                          New Testament
B.A., Concordia Senior College; M.Div., Concordia                   M.A., John Carroll University; S.T.L., University of
Seminary, St. Louis; Th.D., Harvard University; study:              Fribourg; S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Institute; Elève Titulaire,
University of Michigan; University of Göttingen; Kirchliche         Ecole Biblique, Jerusalem; M.A., Ph.D., University of
Hochschule, Berlin                                                  Chicago
773-256-0700 <rklein@lstc.edu>                                       <>

Connie Kleingartner (LSTC) Director of Field Education;             D. Brent Laytham (NPTS) Professor of Theology
Logos Associate Professor of Evangelism and Church                  B.A., MidAmerica Nazarene College; M.Div., Nazarene
Ministries                                                          Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Duke University
B.S., Minot State University; M.Div., S.T.M. Wartburg                <>
Theological Seminary; Ed.D., University of St. Thomas, St.
Paul, Minn.                                                         Dan Lee (NBTS) Assistant Professor of Practical Theology
773-256-0746 <ckleinga@lstc.edu>                                    B.A., M.A., Baylor University; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist
                                                                    Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Trinity Evangelical Divinity
Melody Knowles (MTS) Assistant Professor of Hebrew                  School
Scripture                                                           630.620.2120 <dlee@northern.seminary.edu>
B.A., Trinity Western University; M.Div., Princeton
Theological Seminary; Ph.D. cand., Princeton Theological            Carolyn Leeb (LSTC) Visiting Lecturer in Old Testament
Seminary 1999                                                       B.A., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.Div., San
773.947.6340 <mknowles@mccormick.edu>                               Francisco Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Lutheran School of
                                                                    Theology at Chicago
Jane K. Koonce (NPTS) Assistant Professor of Pastoral                <>
Care
B.A., Baylor University; M.A., Columbia University                  Perry D. LeFevre (CTS) Professor Emeritus of Theology
Teachers College; M.P.S., Loyola University, Chicago;               B.A., Harvard University; B.D., Chicago Theological
study; St. George's College, Jerusalem; University of               Seminary; Ph.D., University of Chicago
California, Berkeley                                                773-752-5757 ext. 228 <>
773-244-6210 <jkoonce@northpark.edu>
                                                                    James B. Lemler (S-WTS) President and Dean
Paul E. Koptak (NPTS) Paul and Bernice Brandel Associate            B.A., DePauw University; M.Div., Nashotah House; D.Min.,
Professor of Communication and Biblical Interpretation              Christian Theological Seminary
A.B., Rutgers University; M.Div., North Park Theological            847-328-9300 ext. 15 <jlemler@seabury.edu>
Seminary; Ph.D., Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary
and Northwestern University; study: Regent College;                 Tat-siong Benny Liew (CTS) Assistant Professor of New
Westminster Theological Seminary                                    Testament
773-244-6242 <pkoptak@northpark.edu>                                B.A., M.A., Olivet University; M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt
                                                                    University
Edgar M. Krentz (LSTC) Christ Seminary–Seminex                      773.752.5757 ext. 230 <bliew@chgosem.edu>
Professor Emeritus of New Testament
B.A., M.Div., Concordia Seminary, St. Louis; M.A., Ph.D.,           David L. Lindberg (LSTC) Professor Emeritus of World
Washington University; study: University of Chicago;                Mission and World Religions; Archivist
American School of Classical Studies, Athens; University of         A.B., Gustavus Adolphus College; M.Div., Augustana
Tübingen                                                            Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago
773-256-0752 <ekrentz@lstc.edu>                                     773-256-0695 <dblindberg@aol.com>

Paul Lachance, OFM (CTU) Adjunct Lecturer in                        Joanne Lindstrom (MTS) Director of Experiential
Spirituality                                                        Education and Field Studies
B.A., St. Francis College; M.Th., Chicago Theological               B.S., Northern Illinois University; M.Div., McCormick
Seminary; Ph.D., Pontificium Athenaeum Antonianum Rome              Theological Seminary
 <>                                                                 773.947.6335 <jlindstrom@mccormick.edu>

André LaCocque (CTS) Professor Emeritus of Old                      John Linnan, CSV (CTU) Adjunct Associate Professor of
Testament                                                           Doctrinal Theology



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B.A., Georgetown University; S.T.B., M.A., S.T.L., S.T.D.,           847.317.8033 <smanetsc@trin.edu>
University of Louvain
773-753-5347 <jlinnan@ctu.edu>                                       Claude F. Mariottini (NBTS) Professor of Old Testament
                                                                     B.A., California Baptist College; M.Div., Golden Gate
Lois Gehr Livezey (MTS) Professor of Christian Ethics                Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Southern Baptist
B.A., Smith College; M.A., Columbia University/Union                 Theological Seminary; study; Graduate Theological Union
Theological Seminary, New York; M.A., Ph.D., University              630-620-2186 <cmariottini@northern.seminary.edu>
of Chicago
773-947-6331 <llivezey@mccormick.edu>                                Richard McCarron (CTU)
                                                                     773.753.5334 <rmccarron@ctu.edu>
John G. Lodge (MS) Academic Dean; Assistant Professor,
Department of Sacred Scripture                                       Myron McCoy (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member
M.Div., S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake; M.A.,            B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University; M.Div., Garrett-
University of Illinois, Chicago; S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical         Evangelical Theological Seminary; D. Min., United
Institute, Rome; S.T.D., Gregorian University, Rome                  Theological Seminary
847-566-6401 <jlodge@usml.edu>                                       773.846.2992 <myron.mccoy@garrett.edu>

D. Stephen Long (G-ETS) Associate Professor of Systematic            John J. McDonnell (MS) Adjunct Faculty, Department of
Theology                                                             Systematic Theology
B.A., Taylor University; M.Div., Duke University Divinity            B.A., Loyola University, Chicago; S.T.B., M.Div., S.T.L.,
School; Ph.D., Duke University                                       University of St. Mary of the Lake; SEOL, Oriental Institute,
847.866.3963 <s-long@garrett.edu>                                    Rome; S.T.D., Gregorian University
                                                                     847-566-6401 <>
Crawford W. Loritts Jr. (TEDS) Professor of Practical
Theology and Urban Leadership                                        James P. McIlhone (MS) Professor, Department of Sacred
B.S., S.T.D., Philadelphia College of Bible; D.D., Biola             Scripture; Associate Academic Dean
University                                                           M.Div., S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake; Ph.D.,
 <>                                                                  Marquette University
                                                                     847-566-6401 <jmcilhone@usml.edu>
Jeanette Lucinio, SP (CTU) Associate Professor of
Religious Education; Director of M.A.P.S. Program;                   David J. McKay (TEDS) Adjunct Professor of Pastoral
Director of Field Education                                          Counseling and Psychology
B.S., St. Mary-of-the-Woods College; M.A., Mundelein                 Dip., Moody Bible Institute; B.A., University of Illinois,
College, M.Div., Catholic Theological Union; D.Min.,                 Chicago; M.A., Ph.D., Loyola University, Chicago
Chicago Theological Seminary                                         847-317-8120 <>
773-753-5317 <jlucinio@ctu.edu>
                                                                     Thomas McQuaid (MS) Director of Vocations; Instructor,
Milo D. Lundell (TEDS) Executive Vice President of                   Department of Pastoral Life
Operations                                                           M.Div., University of St. Mary of the Lake
B.A., St. Paul Bible College; B.D., D.Min., Trinity                  847-566-6401 <tmcquaid@usml.edu>
Evangelical Divinity School
847-317-8039 <mlundell@trin.edu>                                     Philip R. Meadows (G-ETS) E. Stanley Jones Assistant
                                                                     Professor of Evangelism; Assistant Professor of Historical
Erwin Lutzer (TEDS) Visiting Professor of Homiletics                 Theology and Wesley Studies; Director, Wesleyan Studies
B.Th., Winnipeg Bible College; Th.M., Dallas Theological             Academy
Seminary; M.A., Loyola University                                    B.Sc., University College, London; M.Phil., Bradford
 <>                                                                  University; M.A., Ph.D., Cambridge University; study,
                                                                     Durham University
Dennis J. Lyle (MS) Associate Professor, Department of               847.866.3952 <philip.meadows@garrett.edu>
Christian Life
S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake, S.T.D.,                  Esther M. Menn (LSTC) Associate Professor of Old
Accademia Alfonsiana, Rome                                           Testament
847.566.6401 <>                                                      B.A., Luther College; M.A., Lutheran School of Theology at
                                                                     Chicago; Ph.D., University of Chicago
Dennis R. Magary (TEDS) Associate Professor of Old                    <emenn@lstc.edu>
Testament and Semitic Languages
B.A., Fort Wayne Bible College; M.Div., Trinity Evangelical          Charles R. Meyer (MS) Professor Emeritus, Departments of
Divinity School; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin                      Systematic Theology and Church History
847-317-8065 <dmagary@trin.edu>                                      M.A., S.T.D., University of St. Mary of the Lake; B.S.,
                                                                     Library Science, Rosary College; study: Vatican Library;
Bryan N. Maier (TEDS) Assistant Professor of Pastoral                Gregorian University, Rome
Counseling and Psychology                                            847-566-6401 <cmeyer@usml.edu>
B.A., Cedarville College; M.A., M.Div., Grace Theological
Seminary; M.A., PsyD., Wheaton Graduate School                       Kenneth M. Meyer (TEDS) Chancellor
847.317.8023 <bmaieer@trin.edu>                                      Dip., B.D., Trinity Theological Seminary; D.Min., Luther
                                                                     Rice University
Scott M. Manetsch (TEDS) Assistant Professor of Church               847-317-8003 <kmeyer@tiu.edu>
History
B.A., Michigan State University; M.Div., M.A., Trinity               Ruth A. Meyers (S-WTS) Assistant Professor of Liturgics
Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D., University of Arizona



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B.S., Syracuse University; M.Div., Seabury-Western                     773-947-6271 <dmullen@mccormick.edu>
Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Notre
Dame                                                                   Larry G. Murphy (G-ETS) Professor of the History of
847-328-9300 ext. 35 <r-meyers@seabury.edu>                            Christianity
                                                                       B.A., Michigan State University; Ph.D., Graduate
Walter L. Michel (LSTC) Professor Emeritus of Old                      Theological Union
Testament                                                              847.866.3977 <l-murphy1@garrett.edu>
B.D. (equiv.), University of Vienna; M.A., Ph.D., University
of Wisconsin; study: University of Heidelberg; Chicago                 William R. Murry (M/L) President, Academic Dean,
Lutheran Theological Seminary; Western Michigan                        Professor of Ministry
University; Yale University; Pontifical Biblical Institute;            B.A., Oklahoma Baptist University; M.Div., Yale University;
Loyola University, Chicago                                             Ph.D., Drew University
773-256-0772 <wmichel@lstc.edu>                                        773-256-3000 ext. 224 <bmurry@meadville.edu>

Arlene Michna (MS) Director of Music                                   Ched Myers (SCUPE) Adjunct Faculty Member
Mus.B., Mus.M., De Paul University                                     B.A., University of California, Berkeley; M.A., Graduate
847-566-6401 <amichna@usml.edu>                                        Theological Union
                                                                       213.256.5748 <>
C. Ben Mitchell (TEDS) Associate Professor of Bioethics
and Contemporary Culture                                               Thomas Nairn, OFM (CTU) Associate Professor of Ethics
B.S., Mississippi State University; M.Div., Southwestern               B.A., Quincy College; M.Div., M.A., Catholic Theological
Baptist Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of                     Union; Ph.D., University of Chicago; study: University of
Tennessee, Knoxville                                                   Cambridge
847.317.8022 <bmitchel@biccc.org>                                      773-753-5349 <tnairn@ctu.edu>

John R. Mohr (MTS) Vice President for Seminary Relations               F. Burton Nelson (NPTS) Research Professor of Christian
and Development                                                        Ethics
B.S., Indiana University; M.A., Ohio State University; Ph.D.,          A.B., Brown University; B.D., Yale Divinity School; Ph.D.,
Ohio State University                                                  Garrett Theological Seminary and Northwestern University;
773.256.0694 <jmohr@mccormick.edu>                                     study: North Park Theological Seminary; University of
                                                                       Chicago
James R. Moore (TEDS) Associate Academic Dean                          773-244-6226 <>
B.A., M.A., Indiana Wesleyan University; Ph.D., Trinity
International University                                               Harold A. Netland (TEDS) Associate Professor of
847.317.8036 <jmoore@trin.edu>                                         Philosophy of Religion and Mission; Naomi A. Fausch Chair
                                                                       of Missions; Director of Ph.D. Program in Intercultural
Janet L. Moore (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Pastoral                    Studies
Counseling                                                             Interim Academic Dean; B.A., Biola College; M.A., Ph.D.,
B.S., Philadelphia College of Bible; B.A., Immaculata                  Claremont Graduate School
College; M.A. in Counseling, Denver Seminary; Psy.D.,                  847.317.8002 <hnetland@trin.edu>
Illinois School of Professional Psychology.
  <>                                                                   Morris J. Niedenthal (LSTC) Professor Emeritus of
                                                                       Preaching
Robert L. Moore (CTS) Professor of Psychology,                         B.S., Northwestern University; M.Div., Chicago Lutheran
Psychoanalysis and Spirituality                                        Theological Seminary; Th.D., Union Theological Seminary;
B.A., Hendrix College; M.Th., Southern Methodist                       Fulbright Scholar at Manchester University
University; M.Th., Duke University; M.A., Ph.D., University            773-667-2959 <>
of Chicago; Diplomate, Alfred Adler Institute of Chicago;
Diplomate, C. G. Jung Institute of Chicago                             James D. Nogalski (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Biblical
773-752-5757 ext. 237 <rmoore@chgosem.edu>                             Studies
                                                                       B.A., Samford University; M.Div., Southern Baptist
Calvin Morris (SCUPE) Adjunct Faculty Member                           Theological Seminary; Th.M., Baptist Theological Seminary,
S.T.M., Ph.D., Boston University, School of Theology                   Ruschlikon, Switz.; Dr. Theol., University of Zurich.
312.427.4830 <>                                                         <>

Osvaldo L. Mottesi (NBTS) Professor of Religion and                    Carol M. Norén (NPTS) Wesley W. Nelson Associate
Society                                                                Professor of Homiletics
B.S., Instituto Politécnico Otto Krause, Buenos Aires; L.Soc.,         B.A., Augustana College; M.Div., Garrett-Evangelical
Universidad Argentina de Ciencias Sociales; B.Teol.,                   Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Princeton Theological
Seminario Bíblico Latinoamericano, San José, Costa Rica;               Seminary
Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Emory                    773-244-6225 <cnoren@northpark.edu>
University; study: Seminario Internacional Teológico
Bautista, Buenos Aires; Princeton University                           Dawn Nothwehr, OSF (CTU) Assistant Professor of Ethics
630-620-2125 <omottesi@northern.seminary.edu>                          B.A., College of St. Teresa; M.A., University of the State of
                                                                       New York--Maryknoll School of Theology; Ph.D., Marquette
Deborah F. Mullen (MTS) Dean of Masters Programs;                      University
Assistant Professor of Ministry and Historical Studies                 773.753.5336 <nothwda@ctu.edu>
B.A., University of Rochester; M.Div., Colgate Rochester
Divinity School/Bexley Hall/Crozer Theological Seminary;               John W. Nyquist (TEDS) Professor of Evangelism; Director
Ph.D. cand., University of Chicago                                     of Mission and Evangelism Internship Program



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B.A., M.A., California State University; M.A., M.Div.,                  847-317-8119 <mparent@trin.edu>
Ph.D.,Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
847-317-8129 <jnyquist@trin.edu>                                        John T. Pawlikowski, OSM (CTU) Professor of Ethics; Co-
                                                                        Director of the Catholic-Jewish Studies Program
Peter T. O'Brien (TEDS) Visiting Professor of New                       A.B., Loyola University, Chicago; Ph.D., University of
Testament                                                               Chicago
B.D., University of London; Ph.D., University of Manchester             773-753-5353 <jtmp@ctu.edu>
 <>
                                                                        Gary L. Peluso-Verdend (G-ETS) Associate Professor of
James Okoye, CSSp (CTU) Assistant Professor of Biblical                 Practical Theology; Director of Church Relations
Studies                                                                 B.A., Carroll College; M.Div., Garrett-Evangelical
B.A., Oxford University; S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Institute;         Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Chicago
D.Phil., Oxford University                                              847.866.3861 <gary.peluso@garrett.edu>
773-753-5358 <chukwuma@ctu.edu>
                                                                        James Perkinson (SCUPE) Adjunct Faculty Member
Diane Olson (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member                              M.Div., M.T.S., St. Johns Provincial Seminary; Ph.D.,
B.S., University of Minnesota; M.C.E., Garrett-Evangelical              University of Chicago
Theological Seminary                                                    313.922.7849 <>
 <olso628@aol.com>
                                                                        Albert P. Pero Jr. (LSTC) Professor of Theology and Cross-
Grant R. Osborne (TEDS) Professor of New Testament                      Cultural Studies
B.A., Fort Wayne Bible College; M.A., Trinity Evangelical               A.B., M.A., University of Detroit; B.Th., Concordia
Divinity School; Ph.D., University of Aberdeen                          Theological Seminary, Springfield, Ill.; S.T.D., Lutheran
847-317-8082 <gosborne@trin.edu>                                        School of Theology at Chicago
                                                                        773-256-0750 <apero@lstc.edu>
Carolyn A. Osiek, RSCJ (CTU) Professor of New
Testament Studies                                                       Richard Perry (LSTC) Assistant Professor of Church and
B.A., Fontbonne College, St. Louis; M.A.T., Manhattanville              Society and Urban Ministry
College; Th.D., Harvard University                                      B.A., Carthage College; M.Div., Th.M., Th.D., Lutheran
773-753-5351 <losiek@ctu.edu>                                           School of Theology at Chicago
                                                                        773-256-0677 <rperry@lstc.edu>
Gilbert Ostdiek, OFM (CTU) Professor of Liturgy
S.T.L., S.T.D., L.G., Pontifical Athenaeum Antonianum,                  John E. Phelan Jr. (NPTS) President and Dean; Professor
Rome; study: Harvard University, University of California               of New Testament
773-753-5352 <gostdiek@ctu.edu>                                         B.A., Trevecca Nazarene College; M.A., Trinity Evangelical
                                                                        Divinity School; Ph.D., Northwestern University
Mary Paik (MTS( Vice President for Student Affairs                      773-244-6214 <jphelan@northpark.edu>
B.A., California State University at Northridge; M.Div., San
Francisco Theological Seminary; D.Min. cand. at Catholic                L. Edward Phillips (G-ETS) Associate Professor of
Theological Union                                                       Historical Theology
773.947.6316 <mpaik@mccormick.edu>                                      B.S., University of Tennessee; M.Div., Emory University;
                                                                        M.A., Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Mary Paik (MTS) Vice President for Student Affairs                      847-866-3980 <lephillips@garrett.edu>
B.A., California State University at Northridge; M.Div., San
Francisco Theological Seminary; D.Min. cand. at Catholic                Raymond Pickett (LSTC) Assistant Professor of New
Theological Union                                                       Testament, Lutheran Seminary Program of the Southwest,
773.947.6316 <mpaik@mccormick.edu>                                      Austin, TX
                                                                        B.A., M.A., Oral Roberts University; M. Div., Wartburg
Young Min Paik (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member                           Theological Seminary; Ph.D., The University of Sheffield,
B.A., Yonsei University; M.Div., Garrett-Evangelical                    England
Theological Seminary; Ph.D. cand., Northwestern University              512.477.2666 <>
(in cooperation with Garrett-Evangelical Theological
Seminary)                                                               James N. Poling (G-ETS) Professor of Pastoral Care,
847.866.3883 <y-paik@garrett.edu>                                       Counseling, and Theology; Director, Ph.D. program
                                                                        B.A., Bridgewater College; M.Div., Bethany Theological
Susann Pangerl (M/L) Director of D.Min. Program                         Seminary; Ph.D., Claremont School of Theology
B.A., Gustavus Adolphus College; M.A., Ph.D., University                847-866-3985 <jpoling@garrett.edu>
of Chicago
773.256.3000 ext. 227 <spangerl@meadville.edu>                          Robert J. Price (NBTS) Assistant Professor of Evangelism
                                                                        B.Ed., M.Ed., University of Illinois; M.A., Governors State
David W. Pao (TEDS) Assistant Professor of New                          University; D.Min., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
Testament                                                               630-620-2167 <rprice@northern.seminary.edu>
B.A., Wheaton College; M.A., Wheaton Graduate School;
M.T.S., Harvard University; Ph.D. cand., Harvard University             Robert J. Priest (TEDS) Associate Professor of Mission and
847-317-8094 <dpao@trin.edu>                                            Intercultural Studies
                                                                        B.A., Columbia Bible College; M.Div., Trinity Evangelical
Miriam Stark Parent (TEDS) Associate Professor of                       Divinity School; M.A., University of Chicago; Ph.D.,
Pastoral Counseling and Psychology                                      University of California, Berkeley
B.A., The King's College; M.A., Liberty University; M.A.,               847.317.8137 <rpriest@trin.edu>
Biola University; Ph.D., Rosemead Graduate School



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Michael J. Quicke (NBTS) Koller Professor of Preaching                 Arlin J. Rothauge (S-WTS) Professor of Congregational
M.A., Cambridge University; M.A., Oxford University; D.D.,             Development
William Jewell College                                                 B.A., University of Oregon; B.D., Phillips University; Ph.D.,
 <mquicke@northern.seminary.edu>                                       University of Scotland, Glasgow
                                                                        <rothauge@rockisland.com>
Lallene J. Rector (G-ETS) Associate Professor of
Psychology of Religion and Psychotherapy                               Rosemary R. Ruether (G-ETS) Georgia Harkness
B.A., Texas Christian University; M.T.S., Ph.D., Boston                Professor of Applied Theology; Director of M.T.S. Program
University                                                             B.A., Scripps College; M.A., Ph.D., Claremont Graduate
847-866-3986 <ljr@garrett.edu>                                         School
                                                                       847-866-3953 <rosemary.ruether@garrett.edu>
Jerold F. Reed (NPTS) Milton B. Engebretson Professor of
Church Growth and Evangelism                                           Abdul Massih Saadi (LSTC) Instructor in World Religions
B.S., University of California, Davis; M.Div., D.Miss., Fuller         Diploma, St. Aphrem Theological Seminary; B.A.,
Theological Seminary; study: North Park Theological                    University of Aleppo, Syria; B.A., University of Damascus,
Seminary                                                               Syria; M.A., Ph.D. Candidate, Lutheran School of Theology
773-244-6235 <jreed@northpark.edu>                                     at Chicago
                                                                        <>
Barbara Reid, OP (CTU) Professor of New Testament
Studies                                                                Michael F. Sabo (TEDS) Visiting Instructor of Evangelism
B.A., M.A., Aquinas College; Ph.D., Catholic University of             and Discipleship
America                                                                B.S., Pennsylvania State University; M.R.E., Ed.D., Trinity
773-753-5338 <breid@ctu.edu>                                           Evangelical Divinity School
                                                                       847-317-6503 <>
Michael D. Reynolds (TEDS) Adjunct Professor of
Practical Theology; Director, Master of Arts in                        James L. Sagarin (LSTC) Instructor in Jewish Studies
Religion/Urban Ministry; Asst. Dean, Extension and                     B.A., State University of New York at Albany; M.A.H.L.,
Continuing Education                                                   Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion;
B.S., Illinois State University; MAR/UN, Trinity Evangelical           Rabbinic Ordination, 1979; Reform Jewish Educator, 1992
Divinity School; D.Min., McCormick Theological Seminary                 <>
708.849.3635 <>
                                                                       Craig Satterlee (LSTC) Axel and Gerda Maria (Carlson)
David M. Rhoads (LSTC) Professor of New Testament                      Swanson Assistant Professor of Homiletics
B.A., Gettysburg College; M.A., Oxford University; B.D.,               B.A., University of Michigan; M.Div., Trinity Lutheran
Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary; Ph.D., Duke University                   Seminary; Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
773-256-0774 <drhoads@lstc.edu>                                        773.256.0752 <csatterlee@lstc.edu>

Gary Riebe-Estrella, SVD (CTU) Vice President and                      Gary R. Sattler (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Church
Academic Dean; Associate Professor of Practical Theology               History
and Hispanic Ministry                                                  B.A., Midland Lutheran College; M.Div., Northern Baptist
B.A., Divine Word College; M.A., DePaul University;                    Seminary; Th.M., McCormick Theological Seminary; Dr.
S.T.D., Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca                            Theol., University of Marburg; Psy.D., Institute of
773-753-5307 <griebe@ctu.edu>                                          Contemporary Psychoanalysis
                                                                        <>
Luis R. Rivera-Rodríguez (MTS) Associate Professor of
Theology                                                               Kenneth Sawyer (MTS) Assistant Professor of Church
B.A., University of Puerto Rico; M.Div., Evangelical                   History
Seminary of Puerto Rico; Th.M., Th.D., Harvard Divinity                B.A., University of Nebraska; M.A., Trinity Evangelical
School                                                                 Divinity School; M.A., Graduate Library School of the
773-947-6330 <lrivera@mccormick.edu>                                   University of Chicago; Ph.D., University of Chicago
                                                                       773.947.6304 <ksawyer@mccormick.edu>
José David Rodríguez (LSTC) Professor of Systematic
Theology; Director of Hispanic Ministries Program                      Herman E. Schaalman (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member
B.A., Universidad de Puerto Rico; M.Div., Th.M., Th.D.,                B.A., M.A., University of Cincinnati; B.H.L., M.H.L.,
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago                                 Hebrew Union College
773-256-0749 <jrodrigu@lstc.edu>                                       773.561.5173 <>

Daniel R. Rodríguez-Díaz (MTS) Professor of Church                     Herman E. Schaalman (CTS) Adjunct Faculty Member
History and Hispanic Ministry                                          B.A., M.A., University of Cincinnati; B.H.L., M.H.L.,
B.A., University of Puerto Rico; M.Div., Graduate School of            Hebrew Union College
Theology, Oberlin College; Ph.D., National University of               773-561-5173 <>
Mexico
773-947-6311 <drodriguez@mccormick.edu>                                Greg R. Scharf (TEDS) Associate Professor of Practical
                                                                       Theology
Barbara Rossing (LSTC) Associate Professor of New                      A.B., Rice University; M.Div., D.Min., Trinity Evangelical
Testament                                                              Divinity School
B.A., Carleton College; M.Div., Yale Divinity School; Th.D.,           847.317.8146 <gscharf@trin.edu>
Harvard Divinity School
773-256-0765 <brossing@lstc.edu>                                       Keith Scherer (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Worship




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B.S., University of Illinois; M.A., Wheaton College; Cand.
D.Min., Northern Baptist Seminary                                    Bo-myung Seo (CTS) Assistant Professor of Theology and
 <>                                                                  Cultural Criticism; Director of M.A. and S.T.M. programs
                                                                     B.A., Drew University; M.A., University of Chicago; M.Div.
David Schiedermayer (TEDS) Visiting Professor of                     & Ph.D. candidate, Chicago Theological Seminary
Bioethics                                                            773.752.5757 ext 232 <bseo@chgosem.edu>
B.A., St. Olaf College; M.D., Medical College of Wisconsin
847-317-8042 <>                                                      Linda Sevcik, S.M. (MS) Director of Field Education
                                                                     B.A., M.A., University of Detroit; S.T.L., Pontifical
Eckhard J. Schnabel (TEDS) Associate Professor of New                Gregorian University
Testament                                                            847-566-6401 <lsevcik@usml.edu>
Abitur, Friedrich-Schiller-Gymnasium, Marbach; Th.M.,
Staatsunabhängige Theologische Hochschule, Basel; Ph.D.,             Jack L. Seymour (G-ETS) Academic Dean; Professor of
University of Aberdeen                                               Religious Education
847-317-8078 <eschnabe@trin.edu>                                     B.S., Ball State University; M.Div., D.Min., Vanderbilt
                                                                     University Divinity School; Ph.D., George Peabody College
Laurel C. Schneider (CTS) Assistant Professor of Theology,           847-866-3904 <jack.seymour@garrett.edu>
Ethics and Culture
A.B., Dartmouth College; M.Div., Harvard Divinity School;            Douglas R. Sharp (NBTS) Professor of Christian Theology
Ph.D., Vanderbilt University                                         B.A., William Jewell College; M.Div., American Baptist
773.752.5757 ext. 215 <lschneider@chgosem.edu>                       Seminary of the West; Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union
                                                                     630-620-2122 <drsharp@northern.seminary.edu>
Robert L. Schoenstene (MS) Assistant Professor,
Department of Sacred Scripture                                       Phillis Shepard (NPTS) Assistant Professor of Pastoral
B.A., St. Francis DeSales College; M.A., Loyola University,          Care
Chicago; S.S.L., Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome                 B.A., Edinboro University of Pennsylvania; M.A., Colgate
847-566-6401 <rschoenstene@usml.edu>                                 Rochester Divinity School; Ph.D., Chicago Theological
                                                                     Seminary; Certificate, Center for Religion and Psychotherapy
Robert J. Schreiter, CPpS (CTU) Professor of Doctrinal               of Chicago
Theology; Director of the Bernardin Center for Theology and          773.244.5217 <>
Ministry
B.A., St. Joseph's College; Th.Dr., University of Nijmegen;          Edward Silver (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member
study: Oxford University                                             B.A., University of Minnesota, A.M., University of Chicago
773-753-5329 <rschreit@ctu.edu>                                       <esilver@midway.uchicago.edu>

W. Widick Schroeder (CTS) Professor Emeritus of Religion             Daniel S. Siwek (MS) Instructor, Department of Ministry
and Society                                                          M.Div., S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake
B.A., Bethel College; M.A., Michigan State University; B.D.,         847-566-6401 <dsiwek@usml.edu>
Chicago Theological Seminary; Ph.D., University of Chicago
 <>                                                                  Klyne R. Snodgrass (NPTS) Paul W. Brandel Chair in New
                                                                     Testament Studies
Roger Schroeder, SVD (CTU) Assistant Professor of Cross-             B.A., Columbia Bible College; M.Div., Trinity Evangelical
Cultural Ministry; Director of the Master of Divinity                Divinity School; Ph.D., University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Program                                                              773-244-6243 <ksnodgr@northpark.edu>
L.Miss., D.Miss., Pontifical Gregorian University
773-753-5356 <mdiv@ctu.edu>                                          Julia Speller (CTS) Assistant Professor of Church History
                                                                     B.A., Chicago State University; M.A., Garrett-Evangelical
Charles M. Sell (TEDS) Professor Emeritus of Educational             Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago
Ministries                                                           773.752.5757 ext. 263 <jspeller@chgosem.edu>
B.A., University of Pittsburgh; Th.M., Th.D., Dallas
Theological Seminary                                                 Edward Spytek (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty Member
847.317.8043 <>                                                       <>

Phillip Sell (TEDS) Associate Professor of Educational               James J. Stamoolis (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Missions
Ministries                                                           B.S., Lehigh University; M.Div., Th.M., Trinity Evangelical
B.A., Wheaton College; Th.M., Dallas Theological                     Divinity School; Th.D., University of Stellenbosch.
Seminary; Ph.D., University of Iowa                                   <>
847-317-8047 <psell@teds.edu>
                                                                     Donald Steele (MTS) Dean of Doctor of Ministry Programs
Donald Senior, CP (CTU) President, Professor of New                  and Continuing Education
Testament Studies                                                    B.A., Rhodes College; M.Div., D. Min., Union Theological
S.T.L., S.T.D., University of Louvain                                Seminary; M.A., Maryknoll School of Theology; Ph.D.,
773-753-5357 <donald@ctu.edu>                                        Graduate Theological Union
                                                                     773.947.6300 <>
Mark H. Senter III (TEDS) Associate Professor of
Educational Ministries                                               K. James Stein (G-ETS) Senior Scholar in Church History
B.A., University of Illinois Chicago; M.A., Trinity                  B.A., Westmar College; B.D., Evangelical Theological
Evangelical Divinity School; Ph.D., Loyola University,               Seminary; S.T.M., Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary
Chicago                                                              847-866-3929 <jstein@garrett.edu>
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Ken Stone (CTS) Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible;
Director of Ph.D. program                                          Mark Thomsen (LSTC) Visiting Professor of Missions;
B.A., Lee College; M.Div., Church of God School of                 Director Chicago Center for Global Ministries
Theology; Th.M., Harvard Divinity School; M.A., Ph.D.,             B.A., Dana College; B.D., Trinity Theological Seminary,
Vanderbilt University                                              Blair, Neb.; Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D.,
773-752-5757 ext. 239 <kstone@chgosem.edu>                         Garrett Theological Seminary and Northwestern University
                                                                   773-256-0763 <mthomsen@lstc.edu>
Al and Mavis Streyffeler (G-ETS) Adjunct Faculty
Members                                                            Tite Tiénou (TEDS) Professor of Theology of Mission;
B.D., Evangelical Theological Seminary; S.T.M., Andover-           Chair, Department of Mission and Evangelism
Newton Theological School                                          B.S., Nyack College, Maîtrise en Théologie, Faculté Libre de
 <mavisal@telecomplus.sn>                                          Théologies Evangélique, Vaux sur Seine; M.A., Ph.D., Fuller
                                                                   Theological Seminary
Linda Strozdas (CTU)                                               847-317-6650 <ttienou@trin.edu>
773.753.5327 <lstrozdas@ctu.edu>
                                                                   John Tolley (M/L) Associate Dean for the Modified
Therese Sullivan, SP (CTU) Adjunct Instructor in Canon             Residency Program and Student Services; Assistant
Law                                                                Professor of Ministry
B.S., St. Mary-of-the-Woods College; M.Ed., De Paul                B.A., University of Indianapolis; M.M., Christian
University; D.Min., University of St. Mary of the Lake;            Theological Seminary; Ph.D., New York University
N.C.L./J.C.L., St. Paul University                                 773-256-3000 ext. 223 <jtolley@meadville.edu>
 <>
                                                                   Jeffery L. Tribble Sr. (G-ETS) Instructor of Congregational
Eugene R. Swanstrom (TEDS) Director of Placement                   Ministries; Director, Teaching Parishes and Congregational
B.A., North Park College; M.Div., D.Min., Trinity                  Research
Evangelical Divinity School                                        B.S., Howard University; M.Div., Garrett-Evangelical
847.317.8038 <gswanst@trin.edu>                                    Theological Seminary; Ph.D. cand., Northwestern University
                                                                   (in cooperation with Garrett-Evangelical Theological
Douglas A. Sweeney (TEDS) Assistant Professor of Church            Seminary)
History and the History of Christian Thought                       847.866.3984 <jeffrey.tribble@garrett.edu>
B.A., Wheaton College; M.A., Trinity Evangelical Divinity
School; M.A., Ph.D., Vanderbilt University                         Barbara B. Troxell (G-ETS) Senior Scholar in Spiritual
847-317-8066 <dsweeney@trin.edu>                                   Formation
                                                                   B.A., Swarthmore College; M.Div., Union Theological
Sarah J. Tanzer (MTS) Associate Professor of Judaism and           Seminary; study: Graduate Theological Union, Pacific
Christian Origins                                                  School of Religion, University of Edinburgh
B.A., Dickinson College; M.A.T.S., Harvard Divinity                847.866.3959 <barbara.troxell@garrett.edu>
School; Ph.D., Harvard University
773-947-6328 <stanzer@mccormick.edu>                               Willem A. VanGemeren (TEDS) Professor of Old
                                                                   Testament and Semitic Languages; Director, Ph.D. Program
JoAnne M. Terrell (CTS) Assistant Professor of Ethics and          in Theological Studies
Theology                                                           B.A., University of Illinois, Chicago; B.D., Westminster
B.A., Rollins College; M.Div., M.Ph., Ph.D., Union                 Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin
Theological Seminary                                               847.317.8083 <wvangeme@tiu.edu>
773-752-5757 ext. 234 <jterrell@chgosem.edu>
                                                                   Kevin J. Vanhoozer (TEDS) Research Professor of
Prof. Thandeka (M/L) Associate Professor of Theology and           Systematic Theology
Culture                                                            B.A., Westmont College; M.Div., Westminster Theological
B.S., University of Illinois; M.S., Columbia University;           Seminary; Ph.D., Cambridge University
M.A., University of California, Los Angeles; Ph.D.,                847-317-8091 <kvanhooz@teds.edu>
Claremont Graduate School
773-256-3000 ext. 231 <thandeka@meadville.edu>                     Kenneth L. Vaux (G-ETS) Professor of Theological Ethics
                                                                   B.A., Muskingum College; M.Div., Princeton Theological
Susan B. Thistlethwaite (CTS) President; Professor of              Seminary; D.Th., University of Hamburg
Theology and Culture                                               847.866.3887 <ken-vaux@garrett.edu>
B.A., Smith College; M.Div., Duke Divinity School; Ph.D.,
Duke University                                                    Osvaldo D. Vena (G-ETS) Associate Professor of New
773-752-5757 ext. 237 <sthistlethwaite@chgosem.edu>                Testament Interpretation; Director, Hispanic and Latin
                                                                   American Center
Richard D. Tholin (G-ETS) Senior Scholar in Christian              B.Th., Buenos Aires Bible Institute; M.Div., Bethel
Social Ethics                                                      Theological Seminary; Th.M., Princeton Theological
B.A., North Central College; B.D., Evangelical Theological         Seminary; Th.D., Instituto Superior Evangelico de Estudios
Seminary; S.T.M., Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary                Teologicos
847-866-3959 <r-tholin@garrett.edu>                                847.866.3867 <o-vena@garrett.edu>

Linda Thomas (LSTC) Associate Professor of Theology and            Dwight W. Vogel (G-ETS) Ernie and Bernice Styberg
Anthropology                                                       Professor of Worship and Preaching; Dean of the Chapel
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary; Ph.D., The American            B.A., Westmar College; A.M., Boston University; B.D.,
University                                                         Andover Newton Theological School; Ph.D., Northwestern
773.256.0778 <lthomas@lstc.edu>                                    University



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847.866.3875 <dwight.vogel@garrett.edu>                             Timothy P. Weber (NBTS) Dean; Professor of Church
                                                                    History
Linda J. Vogel (G-ETS) Professor of Christian Education             B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; M.Div., Fuller
B.S., Boston University; M.R.E., Andover Newton                     Theological Seminary; M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago
Theological School; Ph.D., University of Iowa                       630-620-2103 <tpweber@northern.seminary.edu>
847.866.3954 <linda.vogel@garrett.edu>
                                                                    C. John Weborg (NPTS) Professor of Theology
Harold Vogelaar (LSTC) Visiting Professor of World                  A.B., University of Nebraska; B.D., North Park Theological
Religions                                                           Seminary; Th.M., Princeton Theological Seminary; Ph.D.,
B.A., Central College; B.D., New Brunswick Theological              Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and Northwestern
Seminary; M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University                       University
773-256-0755 <hvogelaa@lstc.edu>                                    773-244-6231 <>

James H. Vondracek (LSTC) Vice President for                        Wayne C. Weld (NPTS) Professor of Missions
Advancement                                                         A.B., University of Washington; B.D., M.A., D.Miss., Fuller
B.A., University of Iowa                                            Theological Seminary; study: North Park Theological
773.256.0718 <jovndrac@lstc.edu>                                    Seminary
                                                                    773-244-6230 <WeldDone@aol.com>
Fred VonKamecke (NPTS) Adjunct
B.A., Southeastern College; M.A., Reformed Theological              Mark W. Wendorf (MTS) Ted and Phyllis Campbell
College; Ph.D. candidate, Trinity Evangelical Divinity              Assistant Professor of Urban Ministry
School                                                              B.A., Alma College; M.Div., McCormick Theological
 <>                                                                 Seminary
                                                                    773-947-6326 <mwendorf@mccormick.edu>
Paul H. Wachdorf (MS) Associate Dean of Formation;
Director of Prayer Formation                                        Audrey L. S. West (LSTC) Assistant Professor of New
B.S., Loyola University, Chicago; M.Div., University of St.         Testament
Mary of the Lake; M.C.Sp., Creighton University                     B.S., University of California, Davis; M.S.T., M.Div., Yale
847-566-6401 <pwachdorf@usml.edu>                                   University Divinity School; Ph.D., Duke University
                                                                     <>
Richard P. Wager (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Youth
Ministry                                                            Vítor Westhelle (LSTC) Professor of Systematic Theology
B.A., Wheaton College; M.Div., D.Min., Trinity Evangelical          B.Th., Faculdade de Teologia da IECLB, São Leopoldo,
Divinity School.                                                    Brazil; Th.M., Th.D., Lutheran School of Theology at
 <>                                                                 Chicago
                                                                    773-256-0764 <vwesthel@lstc.edu>
Charles Walter, MCCJ (CTU)
773.324.8000 x203 <cwalter@ctu.edu>                                 Eugene H. Winkler (SCUPE) Adjunct Faculty Member
                                                                    M.Div., St. Paul School of Theology
Carla A. Waterman (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Worship               312.236.9548 <>
and Spirituality
B.A., Bethel College; M.A., Northern Illinois University;           Richard J. Wojcik (MS) Professor Emeritus, Department of
Ph.D., Cornell University.                                          Liturgy and Sacraments
 <>                                                                 M.A., S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake; M.C.G.,
                                                                    Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music, Rome
Brent Waters (G-ETS) Director of the Center for Ethics and          847-566-6401 <rwojcik@usml.edu>
Values: Assistant Professor of Christian Social Ethics
B.A., University of Redlands; M.Div., D. Min., Claremont            John D. Woodbridge (TEDS) Research Professor of Church
School of Theology; D.Phil., University of Oxford                   History and the History of Christian Thought
847.866.3933 <brent.waters@garrett.edu>                             A.B., Wheaton College; M.A., Michigan State University;
                                                                    M.Div., Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; Doctorat de
Gregory L. Waybright (TEDS) President                               Troisieme Cycle, University of Toulouse
Dip., Moody Bible Institute; B.A., Wheaton College; M.A.,           847-317-8067 <>
Wheaton Graduate School; M.Div., Trinity Evangelical
Divinity School; Ph.D., Marquette University                        Rob Worley (MTS) Director, Language Resource and
847-317-8001 <president@trin.edu>                                   Writing Center
                                                                    B.A. MacAlester College; M.A., Northeastern University;
Raymond J. Webb (MS) Chairperson and Director,                      Ph.D. cand., Northern Illinois University
Department of Pastoral Internships; Director, Newly                 773.256.0707 <rworley@mccormick.edu>
Ordained Program; Associate Dean of Formation
S.T.B., A.M., S.T.L., University of St. Mary of the Lake;           William Wylie-Kellermann (SCUPE) Director, M.Div.
Ph.D., Loyola University, Chicago                                   Program
847-566-6401 <rwebb@usml.edu>                                       B.A., North Central College; M.Div., Union Theological
                                                                    Seminary, New York
Robert Webber (NBTS) Myers Professor of Ministry                    313-841-7066 <>
B.A., Bob Jones University; B.D., Reformed Episcopal
Seminary; Th.M., Covenant Theological Seminary; Th.D.,              Frank M. Yamada (S-WTS) Instructor in Old Testament
Concordia Theological Seminary                                      B.A., Southern California College; M.Div., Princeton
630.705.8255 <rwebber@northern.seminary.edu>                        Theological Seminary; Ph.D. cand., Princeton Theological
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847.328.9300 ext. 49 <fyamada@seabury.edu>                          Todd Young (S-WTS) Adjunct Professor of Canon Law
                                                                    A.B., Dartmouth College; J.D., University of Chicago
Robert W. Yarbrough (TEDS) Associate Professor of New                <tyoung@hinshawlaw.com>
Testament
B.A., Southwest Baptist College; M.A., Wheaton Graduate             K. Lawson Younger Jr. (TEDS) Professor of Old
School; Ph.D., University of Aberdeen                               Testament, Semitic Languages, and Ancient Near Eastern
847-317-6405 <ryarbrou@trin.edu>                                    History
                                                                    B.A., Th.B., Florida Bible College; Th.M., Dallas
Khiok-Khng Yeo (G-ETS) Associate Professor of New                   Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Sheffield University
Testament Interpretation                                            847-317-8063 <lyounger@trin.edu>
B.A., St. Paul Bible College; M.Div., Garrett-Evangelical
Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Northwestern University (in            Dennis Zalecki (MS) Associate Dean of Formation
cooperation with Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary)          B.A., Niles College of Loyola University; M.Div., University
847.866.3883 <kkyeo@garrett.edu>                                    of St. Mary of the Lake; M.A., Middlebury College
                                                                    847-566-6401 <dzalecki@usml.edu>
Victor S. Yoon (MTS) Director of Korean American
Ministries Program; Associate Professor of Korean                   Penny J. Zettler (NBTS) Adjunct Professor of Ministry
American Ministry and Asian Studies                                 B.A., Arizona State University; M.Div., Bethel Seminary;
B.A., Hankook University of Foreign Studies, Seoul; M.Div.,         D.Min., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary
Bethel Theological Seminary; S.T.M., Union Theological               <>
Seminary, New York; Th.D., Graduate Theological Union
773-947-6339 <vyoon@mccormick.edu>                                  Martin A. Zielinski (MS) Associate Professor, Department
                                                                    of Church History
Henry J. Young (G-ETS) Professor of Systematic Theology             B.A., Loyola University, Chicago; M.Div., University of St.
B.A., Tougaloo College; Th.M., Boston University School of          Mary of the Lake; M.A., Ph.D., Catholic University of
Theology; Ph.D., Hartford Seminary Foundation                       America
847.866.3865 <h-young@garrett.edu>                                  847-566-6401 <mzielinski@usml.edu>




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Librarians
William Beermann (JKM) Cataloger                                      Barry Hopkins (JKM) Head, Public Services
B.Mus., Valparaiso University; M.Music, Yale University;              773.256.0738 <bhopkins@lstc.edu>
M.A.L.S., Rosary College
773-256-0736 <wbeerma@lstc.edu>                                       Robert H. Krapohl (TEDS) University Librarian
                                                                      B.A., University of Florida; M.Div., Southwestern Baptist
Joan Blocher (CTS) Assistant Librarian                                Theological Seminary; Ph.D., Baylor University; M.L.S.,
B.A., University of Redlands; M.A.L.S., Rosary College                University of Albany, SUNY
773-752-5757 ext. 246 <>                                              847-317-4004 <rkrapohl@tiu.edu>

Sonia E. Bodi (NPTS) Director of Library; Professor of                Helen Kenik Mainelli (NBTS) Professor of Biblical
Bibliography                                                          Theology and Spirituality; Library Director
B.A., Augustana College; M.A.L.S., Rosary College; M.A.,              B.A., Siena Heights College; M.S., Barry University; MLIS,
Northwestern University                                               University of California, Berkeley; Ph.D., St. Louis
773-244-5587 <>                                                       University
                                                                      630-620-2115 <mainelli@northern.seminary.edu>
Elaine Bonner (JKM) Circulation Supervisor
773.256.0732 <ebonner@lstc.edu>                                       Allen Mueller (JKM) Director of Jesuit-Krauss-McCormick
                                                                      Library
Martin Breen (JKM) Reference Librarian                                B.A., Valparaiso University; M.L.S., University of Illinois;
B.A., LeMoyne College; M.A. in Theology, Christ the King              M.Div., Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
Seminary; M.L.S., Syracuse University                                 773.256.0735 <amueller@lstc.edu>
773-256-0703 <mbreen@lstc.edu>
                                                                      Kenneth O'Malley, CP (CTU) Director of Bechtold Library
Ann Briody (NPTS) Circulation Librarian                               A.M.L.S., University of Michigan; Ph.D., University of
B.A., Marquette University; M.A.L.S., Rosary College                  Illinois; study: University of Detroit; Loyola University,
Graduate School of Library and Information Science                    Chicago; St. Louis University; Spalding College
773-244-5586 <>                                                       773-753-5322 <omalleyk@ctu.lib.il.us>

Alva R. Caldwell (G-ETS) Librarian for Program and                    Herman Peterson (MS) Library Director
Planning, The United Library, G-ETS/S-WTS; Associate                  B.A., St. Mary's University, TX; M.S., University of Illinois,
Professor of Ministries                                               Urbana; M.T.S., St. Meinrad School of Theology
B.A., Buena Vista College; M.Div., Garrett Theological                847-970-4820 <hpeterson@usml.edu>
Seminary; M.A.L.S., Rosary College; D.Min., Mundelein
Seminary of the University of St. Mary of the Lake                    Emilie G. Pulver (JKM) Head of Technical Services
847.866.3911 <alva@garrett.edu>                                       B.A., Case Western Reserve University; M.L.S., University
                                                                      of Chicago
Judy L. Evans (JKM) Coordinator of the EPRC                           773-256-0730 <epulver@lstc.edu>
B.S., M.S., State University of N.Y. College at Cortland
773.256.0740 <jevans@lstc.edu>                                        Newland F. Smith III (S-WTS) H. Earl Hoover Librarian
                                                                      and Associate Professor of Bibliography; Dean of Academic
Neil Gerdes (CTS and M/L) Director of Wiggin Library;                 Affairs
Associate Professor of Bibliography                                   B.A., Hamilton College; M.A., Graduate Library School,
B.A., University of Illinois; B.D., Harvard University; M.A.,         University of Chicago; B.D., Garrett Theological Seminary
Columbia; M.A.L.S., University of Chicago; D.Min.,                    847-328-9300 ext. 25 <n-smith1@seabury.edu>
University of St. Mary of the Lake
773-752-5757 ext. 247 (CTS); 773-834-1172 (M/L)                       Michael L. Stone (CTU) Librarian
<ngerdes@chgosem.edu>                                                 A.B., Harvard College; LL.B., Harvard Law School; LL.M.,
<ngerdes@meadville.edu>                                               Boston University Law School; M.A.L.S., Rosary College
                                                                      773-753-5323 <stonem@ctu.lib.il.us>
Loren Hagen (G-ETS/S-WTS) Catalog Librarian, The
United Library                                                        Norma S. Sutton (NPTS) Seminary Librarian; Professor of
B.A., M.A., Ph.D., M.Libr., University of Washington                  Theological Bibliography
847-866-3913 <lha333@garrett.edu>                                     B.S., Goshen College; M.Div., Associated Mennonite
                                                                      Biblical Seminaries; M.A., University of Notre Dame; M.Ln.,
David K. Himrod (G-ETS/S-WTS) Assistant Librarian for                 Emory University
Reader Services, The United Library                                   773-244-6239 <nsutton@northpark.edu>
B.S., California Institute of Technology; M.Th., School of
Theology at Claremont; Ph.D., University of California, Los           Blake Walter (JKM) Systems Librarian, Head of Technical
Angeles                                                               Services
847-866-3910 <dhimrod@garrett.edu>                                    B.A., Wheaton College; M.L.I.S Rosary College
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                LOCATIONS OF ACTS SCHOOLS


1. Mundelein Seminary (MS) is located in Mundelein, 40 miles northwest of downtown
   Chicago, and can be reached by taking the Tri-State Tollway (I-94) north to the Route 176
   exit and then Route 176 west to Mundelein. The seminary is located on the campus of the
   University of St. Mary of the Lake on the north side of Route 176.

2. Trinity Evangelical (TEDS) is located in the northwest suburb of Deerfield and can be
   reached by taking the Tri-State Tollway (I-94) north to the Route 22/Half Day Road exit. The
   seminary is immediately to the east of the expressway off Route 22.

3. Garrett-Evangelical and Seabury-Western (G-ETS, S-WTS): Garrett-Evangelical and
   Seabury-Western are located respectively on the east and west sides of Sheridan Road on the
   Northwestern University campus in Evanston. They can be reached either by car via Lake
   Shore Drive (north) to Sheridan Road or by public transportation on the Chicago Transit
   Authority (CTA) elevated train to the Noyes Street station.

4. North Park (NPTS): is located on the far north side of Chicago and can be reached by car
   via the Chicago metropolitan expressway system from either Lake Shore Drive (north) and
   west on Foster Street, or the Kennedy Expressway (I-90/94) and east on Foster, or by public
   transportation, taking either the CTA elevated Howard train to the Berwyn Street station and
   connecting bus or the Ravenswood line to the Kimball Street station.

5. Northern Baptist (NBTS) is located in west suburban Lombard and can be reached by
   taking the East-West Tollway (I-88) west to the Highland Avenue exit, Highland Avenue
   north to Butterfield Road (Route 56), and Butterfield Road east. The seminary is located just
   east of the Yorktown Shopping Center on the north side of Butterfield Road.

6. Catholic Theological Union, Chicago Theological Seminary, Lutheran School of
   Theology, Meadville/Lombard and McCormick (CTU, CTS, LSTC, M/L and MTS).
   These five schools are located in close proximity to one another in the Hyde Park area of
   Chicago near the University of Chicago. They can be reached by car via the Chicago
   metropolitan expressway system from either Lake Shore Drive (south) or the Dan Ryan
   Expressway (I-90/94), and by public transportation on either the CTA elevated train or the
   Illinois Central to the respective 55th Street stations and connecting buses.




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