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APTS Catalogue 2009-10

APTS Catalogue 2009-10

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ii ACCREDITATION Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary is accredited by the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada, 10 Summit Park Drive,Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15275-1103, telephone 412-788-6505, to awarddegrees at the master’s and doctoral levels. Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary is accredited by the Commission onColleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1866 SouthernLane, Decatur, Georgia, 30033-4097, telephone 404-679-4501, to awarddegrees at the master’s and doctoral levels.Member of:Council of Southwestern Theological Schools, Inc. American Schools of Oriental ResearchThe Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc.Related to the Synod of the Sunand to the General Assembly of thePresbyterian Church (U.S.A.)Summer 2009Published annually by Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 100 East 27thStreet, Austin, Texas, 78705-5797. Editor: Jacqueline D. Hefley.
Nonprofit bulk mail permit number 2473Postmaster: Send address changes to Catalogue, 100 East 27th Street, Austin, Texas, 78705-5797.
 
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 AN INTRODUCTORY WORD
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his little book in your handsis in all likelihood one of yourfirst introductions to AustinPresbyterian Theological Seminary. Iinvite you, therefore, to leaf through itspages carefully and thoughtfully. It willtell you the distilled version, at least, of our story—the logic of our curriculum,the courses offered, the basic data of our degree programs and of our faculty and administration and trustees. It willgive you rudimentary details about ourpolicies and scholarships and studentlife. It will show you a few pictures,too—generally of this place and itspeople when we’re all scrubbed up andon our best behavior. All of this can beuseful to you.I hope, though, that this catalogue
 
is just an appetizer, and that you will decide to godeeper in your investigation of Austin Seminary as the context for your theologicaleducation. There is so much about us, after all, that cannot be experienced in thesepages. These pages will tell you next to nothing about the thrill of engaging this orthat faculty member in an hours-long conversation about a topic or project thatintrigues you. These pages will not bring to life the spiritual richness of worshipin Shelton Chapel, or the liveliness of our community when gathered at table inMcCord Center, or the zaniness that often surrounds our annual football game withthe students from the neighboring Episcopal seminary. These pages will not say much about the great academic, cultural, and social opportunities afforded by ourlocation literally across the street from one of the United States’ largest and finestuniversities, and in an exciting and vibrant capital city—one of the most compellingcities in the country. Remember: this catalogue
 
is just an appetizer. Read it well, andthen, for the main course, come experience Austin Seminary in person. We are educating new generations of pastors, educators, and leaders for the church. Are you interested in being one of them? 
Theodore J. Wardlaw 
President 

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