This set of 13 modules primarily address the practice of being a minister.
  • Christians of the second and third centuries held a remarkably wide range of beliefs. Although some of these beliefs may sound ludicrous today, at the time, they seemed not only sensible but right. Some Christians maintained that there were two Gods, or twelve, or thirty, or more. Some Christians claimed that Jesus was not really a human being, or that he was not really divine, or that he has two different beings, one human and one divine. Some Christians believed that this world was not created by the true God, buy by a malicious deity as a place for punishment for human souls, which had become entrapped here in human bodies. Some Christians believed that Jesus' death and resurrection had no bearing on salvation, and some Christians believed that Jesus had never actually died.

  • This course surveys major developments in the history of Christian theology, which is the tradition of critical reasoning about how to teach the faith of Christ. Taking the centrality of Jesus Christ as the distinctive feature of Christianity, it focuses on theological concepts by relating them to Christian life and experience, including especially practices of worship.

  • Islam today is the second largest and fastest-growing world religion, with majority populations in 56 countries spanning North America to Southeast Asia and significant minorities in Europe and the United States. Despite its more that 1.2 billion adherents, many in the West know little about the faith and are familiar only with the actions of a minority of radical extremists. Islam has had a significant impact on world affairs, both historically and in the contemporary era. Therefore, it is important to understand not only what it is that Muslims believe, but also how their beliefs are carried out both privately and publicly, both as individuals and as members of the Muslim community. We will see that Islam is not monolithic. Although Muslims share certain core beliefs, the practices, interpretations, images, and realities of Islam vary across time and space.

  • This module explains the basics of Not-For-Profit management.

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  • Sermon and Ceremonies

  • Ethics is important to the minister in terms of what the minister communicates to others and how a minister should live her or his life.

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  • This module explains the basics of spiritual counseling.

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  • Introduction to Social and Environment Justice

  • At the end of the second year modules the academy conducts a review of what the seminary students have learned. If successfully passed, students will be ordained as Interfaith Ministers.

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