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Spring 2011 Courses of Instruction

Courses Listed Alphabetically by Registration Code

AMXTIAN: American Christianity Instructor Day Time Room Number

Faithful Fortune: The Prosperity Gospel in


AMXTIAN 210 America
Kate Bowler W 2:30-5:00 PM 042L
(New Course) Limit 20, Prerequisite: AC 28
PTM LE

AMXTIAN 220.01 History of Religion and Politics in America


Seth Dowland M 2:30-5:00 PM 030W
(New Course) Limit 20, Prerequisite: AC 28

Evangelical Traditions in America


Limit 10
AMXTIAN 330.01 Grant Wacker Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 031W
Instructor Permission Only
Cross-listed as REL 270

BCS: Black Church Studies Instructor Day Time Room Number

Christian Identity and the Formation of the


Racial World
Limit 45, Prerequisites: XT 32, XE 33
BCS 125 Students must sign up for one of the Willie Jennings M/W 2:30-3:45 PM 0012W
preceptorials below
No Auditors, No Pass/Fail Option
BCS LE

125.01 Preceptorial, limit 15 TBA M 4:00-4:50 PM 050L


125.02 Preceptorial, limit 15 TBA M 4:00-4:50 PM 0050L
125.03 Preceptorial, limit 15 TBA Tu 1:30-2:20 PM 0050L

Martin Luther King, Jr. in Theological Context


Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32
BCS LE
Note: This course will also be taught as a
BCS 128 directed study at the Durham Correctional Richard Lischer M 2:30-5:00 PM 110G
Center on Guess Road, Thursday evenings
6:30 -8:30. Up to 6 male Divinity students
may participate. See Professor Lischer for
details.

Black Intellectuals and Religion


J. Kameron
BCS 265 Limit 35, Prerequisite: XT 32 Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 0041L
Carter
BCS LE or WXTIAN LE

CHURHST: Church History Instructor Day Time Room Number


Modern European Christianity
Students must sign up for one of the
CHURHST 14 Sujin Pak Tu/Th 2:30-3:45 PM 0016W
preceptorials below.
Core Class

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14.01 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 050L


14.02 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 0041L
14.03 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 0044L
14.04 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 042L
14.05 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 10:00-10:50 AM 050L
14.06 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 10:00-10:50 AM 0041L
14.07 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 1:30-2:20 PM 110G
14.08 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 1:30-2:20 PM 050L
14.09 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 1:30-2:20 PM 0041L
14.10 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 1:30-2:20 PM 0044L
14.11 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA TBA TBA TBA
14.12 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Women and the Protestant Reformation


CHURHST 255 Limit: 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & 14 Sujin Pak M 2:30-5:00 PM 031W
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Pastors: Creating an Ideal in the Early Middle


Ages
CHURHST 274 Susan Keefe Tu 6:00-8:30 PM 110G
Limit 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & 14
No Auditors

Readings in Medival Latin: The Glossa


ordinaria on the Gospel of Matthew
CHURHST 310 Limit 20 Susan Keefe M 6:00-8:30 PM 110G
Instructor Permission Required
No Auditors

HISTREL: History of Religions Instructor Day Time Room Number

Introduction to Midrash: The Rabbinic Art of


HISTREL 135 Reading Scripture Steven Sager Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 050L
Limit 25

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HISTTHEO: Historical Theology Instructor Day Time Room Number

HISTTHEO 220.01 Calvin and the Interpretation of John


David Steinmetz Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 0044L
(New Course) Limit 20, Prerequisite: CH 13

Chaucer: Fiction, Theology, Politics


Limit 16
HISTTHEO 220.02 David Aers Th 2:50 - 5:20 PM 050L
Students interested in this course should view
the course description in ACES

Virtue and Virility: Christian and Non-


Christian Conceptions of Masculinity
HISTTHEO 220.03 Warren Smith M/W 2:30-3:45 PM 0044L
Limit 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & XT 32
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Topics in Patristic Theology: Patristic


Reading of Romans Off Campus (see
HISTTHEO 318 Warren Smith Th 7:00-9:30 PM
Limit 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & NT 18, Reading instructor for details)
knowledge of Latin

LTS: Liturgical Studies Instructor Day Time Room Number

Introduction to Christian Worship


Limit 45, Prerequisites: CH 13,14 & XT 32;
LTS 78 H. Edgar Moore W/F 10:00-11:15 AM 0014W
students must register for one of the
practicums/preceptorials below

78.01 Practicum/Preceptorial, limit 15 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 0011W

78.02 Practicum/Preceptorial, limit 15 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 0054L

78.03 Practicum/Preceptorial, limit 15 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 0050L

Worship in African American Traditions


LTS 240
Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32 William Turner W 8:30-11:00 AM 0041L
(New Course)
PTM LE

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NEWTEST: New Testament Instructor Day Time Room Number

Greek Reading
NEWTEST 2B Limit 20, Prerequisites: NT 103 & 104 Lori Baron TBA TBA TBA
Non-credit course

Introduction to New Testament Interpretation


Students must register for one of the
NEWTEST 18 Joel Marcus Tu/Th 4:00 - 5:15 PM 0016W
preceptorials below
Core Class

18.01 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 9:00-9:50 AM 050L


18.02 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 9:00-9:50 AM 0041L
18.03 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 9:00-9:50 AM 0044L
18.04 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 9:00-9:50 AM 042L
18.05 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 9:00-9:50 AM 030W
18.06 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 110G
18.07 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 050L
18.08 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 0041L
18.09 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 0044L
18.10 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F 11:25-12:15 PM 042L
18.11 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F TBA TBA
18.12 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA F TBA TBA

Hellenistic Greek
NEWTEST 104.01 TJ Lang M/W/F 1:30-2:20 PM 110G
Limit 25, Prerequisite: NT 103; Pass/Fail Option

Hellenistic Greek
NEWTEST 104.02 Nathan Eubank M/W/F 1:30-2:20 PM 0016W
Limit 25, Prerequisite: NT 103; Pass/Fail Option

Hellenistic Greek Stephen


NEWTEST 104.03 Tu/Th/F 1:30-2:20 PM 0012W
Limit 25, Prerequisite: NT 103; Pass/Fail Option Carlson

English Exegesis of Galatians


NEWTEST 116B Limit 25, Prerequisite: NT 18 David Moffitt W 2:30-5:00 PM 0013W
NTEX LE

English Exegesis of 1 Corinthians


NEWTEST 116D Limit 25, Prerequisite: NT 18 Susan Eastman Tu/Th 2:30-3:45 PM 0044L
NTEX LE

English Exegesis of Acts


NEWTEST 116F Limit 25, Prerequisite: NT 18 Kavin Rowe W/F 10:00 - 11:15 AM 110G
NTEX LE

Greek Exegesis of John


NEWTEST 226E Limit 20, Prerequisites: NT 18, 103 & 104 Joel Marcus W 2:30-5:00 PM 0015W
NTEX LE

Greek Exegesis of Hebrews


NEWTEST 227H Limit 20, Prerequisites: NT 18, 103 & 104 David Moffitt M 2:30-5:00 PM 0013W
NTEX LE

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The New Testament and Ancient Graeco-


Roman Philosophy
NEWTEST 301
Limit 20, Prerequisites: OT 11/12, NT 18, XT 32, Kavin Rowe W 2:30 - 5:00 PM 0041L
(New Course)
XE 33, preferably one advanced course in
biblical exegesis or Christian theology/ethics

Topics in Pauline Theology


Limit 15, Doctoral Seminar
Instructor Permission only, advanced MDiv Douglas
NEWTEST 330.01 TBA Evening TBA
students may confer with Dr. Campbell about Campbell
the possiblity of this course counting as a NTEX
LE

OLDTEST: Old Testament Instructor Day Time Room Number

Hebrew Reading
OLDTEST 2B Limit 20; Prerequisites: OT 115 & 116 Ben Gordon TBA TBA TBA
Non-credit course

Intro. to Old Testament Interpretation


Letter grade only, students must register for one Anathea Portier-
OLDTEST 12 W/F 10:00 - 11:15 AM 0016W
of the preceptorials below Young
Core Course
12.01 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA M 1:30-2:20 PM 050L
12.02 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA M 1:30-2:20 PM 0041L
12.03 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 9:00-9:50 AM 042L

12.04 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 9:00-9:50 AM 0015W

12.05 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 10:00-10:50 AM 042L


12.06 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 10:00-10:50 AM 0015W
12.07 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 1:30-2:20 PM 110G
12.08 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 1:30-2:20 PM 050L
12.09 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 1:30-2:20 PM 0041L
12.10 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA Tu 1:30-2:20 PM 0044L
12.11 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA TBA TBA TBA
12.12 Preceptorial, limit 14 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Erin Kuhns


OLDTEST 116.01 M/W/F 1:30-2:20 PM 0013W
Limit 20, Prerequisite: OT 115; Pass/Fail Option Darby

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew


OLDTEST 116.02 Stephen Wilson M/W/F 1:30-2:20 PM 0015W
Limit 20, Prerequisite: OT 115; Pass/Fail Option

Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Jonathan


OLDTEST 116.03 Tu/Th/F 1:30-2:20 PM 030W
Limit 20, Prerequisite: OT 115; Pass/Fail Option Huddleston

Classical Hebrew Poetry


OLDTEST 208 Erin Darby Tu/Th 8:30-9:45 AM 0013W
Limit 15, Prerequisites: OT 115 & 116

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OLDTEST 222.01 Barth's Old Testament Interpretation Stephen


W 2:30-5:00 PM 031W
(New Course) Limit 20, Prerequisites: OT 11 & 12, XT 32 Chapman

The Psalms: Praise & Protest, Prayer &


Poetry
OLDTEST 222.02 Limit 10, Prerequisites: OT 11 & 12 Jo Wells W/F 10:00-11:15 AM 0044L
PTM LE
Cross-listed as PARISH 280

Listening Together: Christians and Muslims


Reading Scriptures
Limit 5, Prerequisites: OT 11 & 12, NT 18
OLDTEST 222.03 No Auditors Abdullah Antepli /
W 8:30-11:00 AM 0013W
(New Course) PTM LE Ellen Davis
Cross-listed as PARISH 270
2 class sessions will meet off-site, see course
description below

Biblical Bodies
OLDTEST 280 Anathea Portier-
Limit 20, Prerequisite: OT 11 M 2:30-5:00 PM 0041L
(New Course) Young
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Modern Critical Study of the Prophets


Stephen
OLDTEST 361 Limit 10, Doctoral Seminar Th 2:30-5:00 PM 110G
Chapman
Instructor Permission Only

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PARISH: The Care of the Parish Instructor Day Time Room Number

Food, Eating and the Life of Faith


PARISH 120 Norman Wirzba Tu/Th 10:00-11:15 AM 110G
Limit 25

Center for
The South in Black and White
PARISH 144 Tim Tyson Tu 6:15-8:45 PM Documentary
Limit 25 Studies

Pastoral Responsibility for Leadership and


PARISH 147 Administration Bill Quick Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 030W
Limit 20

Leading the Small Membership, Rural Church


PARISH 151 Joe Mann W 2:30-5:00 PM 050L
Limit 20; Prerequisite: XT 32

Stewardship and Church Finance


PARISH 153 Bill Quick Th 2:30-5:00 PM 0015W
Limit 20

Anglican/Episcopal Doctrine
PARISH 156
Limit 35 Sam Wells M 5:30-8:00 PM 042L
(New Course)
Fulfills Anglican Certificate Elective

United Methodism: Mission, Practice, Belief


Limit 100 Laceye Warner /
PARISH 160 Tu/Th 8:30-9:45 AM 0012W
Fulfills one of two UM requirements for Ken Carder
History, Theology and Polity

The Local Church in Mission to God's World


Limit 20; Prerequisite: XT 32
PARISH 175 Ken Carder W 8:30-11:00 AM 0015W
Fulfills UM Mission of Church Req.
PTM LE or WXTIAN LE

The Missional Church and Evangelism


Limit 30; Prerequisite: XT 32
PARISH 180 Fulfills UM Evangelism and/or Mission of Stephen Gunter Tu/Th 2:30-3:45 PM 0013W
Church Req.
PTM LE

The Theology and Spirituality of Place


PARISH 241 Limit 15, Prerequisite: XT 32
Norman Wirzba W 8:30-11:00 AM 042L
(New Course) PTM LE
Cross-listed as XTIANTHE 220.01

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Listening Together: Christians and Muslims


Reading Scriptures
Limit 15, Prerequisites: OT 11 & 12, NT 18
PARISH 270 No Auditors Abdullah Antepli /
W 8:30-11:00 AM 0013W
(New Course) PTM LE Ellen Davis
Cross-listed as OLDTEST 222.03
2 class sessions will meet off-site, see course
description below

The Psalms: Praise & Protest, Prayer &


Poetry
PARISH 280 Limit 10, Prerequisites: OT 11 & 12 Jo Wells W/F 10:00-11:15 AM 0044L
PTM LE
Cross-listed as OLDTEST 222.02

PASTCARE: Pastoral Care Instructor Day Time Room Number


Seminar in Pastoral Theology:
Grief and Loss
PASTCARE 220.01 Susan Dunlap Th 8:30-11:00 AM 042L
Limit 15, Prerequisite: XT 32
Pass/Fail Option

Pastoral Care of Persons with Mental Health


PASTCARE 245 Problems
Warren Kinghorn Tu/Th 4:00 - 5:15 PM 0013W
(New Course) Limit 20; Prerequisites: CH 13 & 14, XT 32
PTM LE

Marriage and Family in Christian Contexts


Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32
PASTCARE 271 Esther Acolatse Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 0015W
WXTIAN LE
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

MDiv/MSW Capstone Course: Moving the


Church Toward Social Action
PASTCARE 301 Prerequisite: XT 32 Jim Travis Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 0047L
Only open to 4th year MDiv/MSW students
PTM LE

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PREACHNG: Preaching Instructor Day Time Room Number

Introduction to Christian Preaching


Limit 60; Prerequisites: OT 11 & 12, NT 18,
PREACHNG 30 students must register for one of the William Turner Tu/Th 2:30-5:00 PM 0014W
preceptorials listed below
Core Class

30.01 Preceptorial; limit 12 TBA 0054L

30.02 Preceptorial; limit 12 TBA 0050L


30.03 Preceptorial; limit 12 TBA Precepts for PR 30 will take place 0011W
within the Tu/Th 2:30-5:00 pm time
30.04 Preceptorial; limit 12 TBA frame for the class 059L

30.05 Preceptorial; limit 12 TBA 0014W

20th Century Preaching Charles


PREACHNG 186 M/W 4:00-5:15 PM 0011W
Limit 12, Prerequisite: PR 30 Campbell

Preaching in the Parish


PREACHNG 196 Joy Moore M 2:30-5:00 PM 0054L
Limit 12, Prerequisite: PR 30

Preaching at the End of the World: Charles


PREACHNG 205
Proclaiming Paul’s Apocalyptic Gospel Campbell / M/W 2:30-3:45 PM 0011W
(New Course)
Limit 12, Prerequisite: NT 18, PR 30 Susan Eastman

SPIRIT: Spirituality Instructor Day Time Room Number

The Spirituality of the Eastern Church


SPIRIT 215
Limit 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & 14, XT 32 Edward Rommen W 8:30-11:00 AM 0041L
(New Course)
WXTIAN LE

WXTIAN: World Christianity Instructor Day Time Room Number

God’s Ministry of Reconciliation:


Explorations in Missiology and Ecclesiology
WXTIAN 160 Edgardo Colon-
Limit 20 Th 8:30-11:00 AM 0015W
(New Course) Emeric
CHURMIN LE or WXTIAN LE

Popular Revivals in the 21st Century World


WXTIAN 207 Christianity
Kate Bowler M 2:30-5:00 PM 0015W
(New Course) Limit 20
WXTIAN LE

Readings in World Christianity Emmanuel Students interested in a directed study on World


WXTIAN 399
WXTIAN LE Katongole Christianity should contact Dr. Katongole

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XTIANEDU: Christian Education Instructor Day Time Room Number

Education and Social Issues


Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32
XTIANEDU 153 PTM LE Fred Edie W 2:30-5:00 PM 030W
Fulfills Christian Education Concentration
Elective

Liturgy and Christian Formation


Limit 25, Prerequisite: XT 32
XTIANEDU 175 Fred Edie Th 2:30-5:00 PM 030W
Fulfills Christian Education Concentration
Requirement

XTIANETH: Christian Ethics Instructor Day Time Room Number

Christian Ethics
Students must register for one of the
XTIANETH 33 preceptorials below Amy Laura Hall Tu/Th 10:00 - 11:15 AM 0016W
Limit 140
Core Class

33.01 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 9:00-9:50 AM 0050L


33.02 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 10:00-10:50 AM 0050L
33.03 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 030W
33.04 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 0054L
33.05 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 0050L

33.06 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA W 1:30-2:20 PM 0011W

33.07 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 9:00-9:50 AM 050L

33.08 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 9:00-9:50 AM 0041L

33.09 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 9:00-9:50 AM 0044L


33.10 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA Th 9:00-9:50 AM 030W
33.11 Preceptorial; limit 14 TBA TBA TBA TBA

Death, Resurrection, and Care at the End of


Richard Payne /
XTIANETH 210 Life Th 2:30-5:00 PM 031W
Allen Verhey
Limit 20, Prerequisites: XT 32 & XE 33

Christian Ethics in America


XTIANETH 213 Allen Verhey M/W 2:30-3:45 PM 0044L
Limit 20, Prerequisites: XE 33

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XTIANTHE: Christian Theology Instructor Day Time Room Number


Free Church Theology
XTIANTHE 115 Limit 30, Prerequisite: XT 32 Curtis Freeman W/F 10:00-11:15 AM 0015W
Baptist Studies Certificate Requirement

The Theology and Spirituality of Place


XTIANTHE 220.01 Limit 15, Prerequisite: XT 32
Norman Wirzba W 8:30-11:00 AM 042L
(New Course) PTM LE
Cross-listed as PARISH 241

Spirit, Worship and Mission


XTIANTHE 234 Limit 35, Prerequisites: OT 11, NT 18, XT 32 Jeremy Begbie W 8:30-11:00 AM 059L
PTM LE

XTIANTHE 246 Theology and Ethics of Dietrich Bonhoeffer J. Kameron


W 2:30-5:00 PM 059L
(New Course) Limit 35, Prerequisite: XT 32 Carter

Slavery and Obedience: Theological


Explorations
Limit 35, Prerequisites: CH 13 & 14, OT 11 &
XTIANTHE 306 Willie Jennings Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 110G
12, NT 18, CT 32, XE 33
No pass/fail option
WXTIAN LE or PTM LE

God, Freedom, and the Problem of Evil


XTIANTHE 317 Reinhard Huetter Th 2:30-5:00 PM 042L
Limit 15, Prerequisite: XT 32

Philosophical Theology II: Wittgenstein


Paul Griffiths /
Limit 15, Only students enrolled in Part I are
XTIANTHE 326 Stanley W 2:30-5:00 PM 110G
eligible for enrollment
Hauerwas
Cross-listed as REL 325

Theology and the Arts


XTIANTHE 330.01 Jeremy Begbie Tu 8:30-11:00 AM 059L
Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32

Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas


XTIANTHE 337 Limit 15, Prerequisite: XT 32 Reinhard Huetter Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 042L
Cross-listed as REL 337B

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Also requiring registration:


Church Ministry (CHURMIN) Instructor Day Time Room Number

Spiritual Formation Groups


CHURMIN 2 Sally Bates Tu AM TBA
Limit 175, Pass/Fail only, no credit
Anglican Spiritual Formation
CHURMIN 4 Jo Wells Th 12:00-1:30 PM 042L
Limit 20, Pass/Fail only, no credit

Advanced Spiritual Formation (CHURMIN 5) Instructor Day Time Room Number

Advanced Spiritual Formation


CHURMIN 5 Sally Bates Groups TBA
Limit 10, Pass/Fail only, no credit

Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)


CPE may be taken simultaneously for 2 course credits and field education credit (CPE 75 is one course credit over two
semesters). Students will be expected to pay tuition costs for taking CPE for course credit. All questions and inquiries about
CPE should be directed to Paige Martin in the Field Education Office.
CPE 75 Parish-based CPE One Course TBA N/A
CPE 100A Alamance Regional Medical Center Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100B North Carolina Baptist Hospitals Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100D Duke Level One Hospital Based CPE Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100G Wesley Long Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100J Central Regional Hospital Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100M Moses Cone Health System Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100N New Hanover Regional Medical Center Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100O Other programs accredited by ACPE Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100P Pitt Co. Hospital Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100U University of North Carolina Hospitals Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100V Veterans Administration Medical Center Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100W Wake Medical Center Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 100Y Rex Hospital One course (each semester) TBA . Course should be followed by CPE 100Z during spring
2006 N/A

CPE 150 Level One Clinical Pastoral Education Transferred Two Courses N/A
CPE 200 Duke Level Two Clinical Pastoral Education Two courses TBA N/A
CPE 250 Level Two Clinical Pastoral Education Transferred Variable Credit N/A

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Field Education (FIELDEDU) Instructor Day Time Room Number

Registration on ACES is no longer required for a field education placement. Upon successful completion of a
placement, the Office of Field Education will post a Milestone to the student's transcript. Student Pastors are
required to register using the course codes below.
Student Pastor Appointment/Call
First year students
FIELDEDU 4.01 Jeremy Troxler TBA TBA TBA
Formation Group meets once per month
Limit 15, Pass/Fail only, no credit

Student Pastor Appointment/Call


Second year students
FIELDEDU 4.02 Jeremy Troxler TBA TBA TBA
Formation Group meets once per month
Limit 15, Pass/Fail only, no credit

Student Pastor Appointment/Call


Third year students
FIELDEDU 4.03 Jeremy Troxler TBA TBA TBA
Formation Group meets once per month
Limit 15, Pass/Fail only, no credit

Student Pastor Appointment/Call


Fourth year students
FIELDEDU 4.04 Jeremy Troxler TBA TBA TBA
No Formation Group meeting required
Limit 15, Pass/Fail only, no credit

Choir (CIF) Instructor Day Time Room Number


Choir
CIF 3B Limit 45, Pass/Fail only, no credit Prerequisite: Allan Friedman M 10:30 – 12:00 PM Goodson Chapel
Audition

Course Continuation (CONTDIV) Instructor Day Time Room Number

Course Continuation
A registration status for Th.M. students and
CONTDIV 1.1 Norman Wirzba N/A N/A N/A
others maintaining matriculation while finishing a
thesis or other incomplete work

Course Continuation
A registration status for Th.D. students who are
CONTDIV 1.2 Randy Maddox N/A N/A N/A
finished with course work and are working on a
thesis or other incomplete work

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LIMITED ELECTIVES
CHURMIN LE. The following courses satisfy the required limited elective in CHURMIN LE: WXTIAN
160*.

BCS. The following courses satisfy the required limited elective in Black Church Studies: BCS 125,
128, 265*.

NEWTEST EXEGESIS. The following courses satisfy the limited elective in NEWTEST Exegesis: NEWTEST
116B, 116D, 116F, 226E, 227H.

WORLD CHRISTIANITY. The following courses will satisfy the required World Christianity limited elective:
BCS 265*, PARISH 175, PASTCARE 271, SPIRIT 215, WXTIAN 160*, 207, 399.
PRACTICING THEOLOGY & MINISTRY. The following courses satisfy the required Practicing Theology
and Ministry limited elective: AMXTIAN 210, LTS 240, OLDTEST 222.02, OLDTEST 222.03, PARISH 175*, 180,
241, 270, 280, PASTCARE 245, 301, XTIANEDU 153, XTIANTHE 220.01, 234.
BCS 265 can cout for either the BCS LE or the WXTIAN LE, but not both.
PARISH 175 can count for either the WXTIAN LE or the PTM LE, but not both.
WXIAN 160 can count for either the CHURMIN LE or the WXTIAN LE, but not both.

Gender, Theology, and Ministry Certificate Courses

The following courses qualify for the Gender, Theology, and Ministry Certificate:

Women and the Protestant Reformation


CHURHST 255 Limit: 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & 14 Sujin Pak M 2:30-5:00 PM 031W
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Virtue and Virility: Christian and Non-


Christian Conceptions of Masculinity
HISTTHEO 220.03 Warren Smith M/W 2:30-3:45 PM 0044L
Limit 20, Prerequisites: CH 13 & XT 32
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Biblical Bodies
OLDTEST 280 Anathea Portier-
Limit 20, Prerequisite: OT 11 M 2:30-5:00 PM 0041L
(New Course) Young
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Marriage and Family in Christian Contexts


Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32
PASTCARE 271 Esther Acolatse Tu 2:30-5:00 PM 0015W
WXTIAN LE
Fulfills Gender Certificate Elective

Anglican Studies Certificate Courses

The following courses qualify for the Anglican Studies Certificate:

Anglican/Episcopal Doctrine
PARISH 156
Limit 35 Sam Wells M 5:30-8:00 PM 042L
(New Course)
Fulfills Anglican Certificate Elective

Additionally, students need to complete CHURMIN 4 "Anglican Spiritual Formation."


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Christian Education Concentration Courses

The following courses fulfill a requirement for the Christian Education Concentration:
Education and Social Issues
Limit 20, Prerequisite: XT 32
XTIANEDU 153 PTM LE Fred Edie W 2:30-5:00 PM 030W
Fulfills Christian Education Concentration
Elective

Liturgy and Christian Formation


Limit 25, Prerequisite: XT 32
XTIANEDU 175 Fred Edie Th 2:30-5:00 PM 030W
Fulfills Christian Education Concentration
Requirement

Certificate in Baptist Studies Certificate

The following courses fulfills a requirement for the Certificate in Baptist Studies:

Free Church Theology


XTIANTHE 115 Limit 30, Prerequisite: XT 32 Curtis Freeman W/F 10:00-11:15 AM 0015W
Baptist Studies Certificate Requirement

Spring 2011 - United Methodist Evangelism and Mission of Church Courses

Fall Courses that fulfill the United Methodist Evangelism and/or Mission of the Church Requirements
PARISH 180 - The Missional Church and Evangelism - Gunter

Fall Courses that fulfill the United Methodist Mission of the Church Requirement
PARISH 175 - Local Church in Ministry to God's World - Carder

NOTE: These classes are designed and taught to fulfill the UM requirements. However, individual conferences
make decisions on what will and what will not count. Be sure to check with your conference administrators
regarding the capability of these courses to fulfill a requirement.

Note: Only the course descriptions for new courses are listed below. Course descriptions for all
New Courses courses currently on the books can be found in the "Courses of Instruction" section of the
Divinity Bulletin or in the Course Catalog in ACES.

AMXTIAN 210. Faithful Fortune: The Prosperity Gospel in America. This course introduces students to the
major figures and features of the twentieth-century American prosperity gospel. It traces its late 19th century
metaphysical roots through black and white Pentecostalism to post-war revivals where it took shape. We consider
its effect on megachurches, televangelism, and uplift traditions as it spread across racial and economic divides.
New Thought, New Age, self-help, Pentecostalism, and pop religion will be considered throughout. Instructor:
Bowler.

AMXTIAN 220. History of Religion and Politics in the U.S. This course covers the history of religion and
politics’ interaction in the United States. It will examine the role of Christianity in the founding of the republic;
religious arguments for and against slavery; social reform movements led by religious figures; the civil rights
movement; and the rise of the religious right. Instructor: Dowland.

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HISTTHEO 220.01. Calvin and the Interpretation of John. An examination of Calvin's Johannine exegesis in his
sermons, commentaries, treatises, and Institutes against the background of Patristic, Medieval, and alternative
Reformation interpretations of the Fourth Gospel. The class has four objectives: (1) to gain a better understanding
of the Gospel of John by clarifying the history of its reception and interpretation by the Church; (2) to explore the
role of John in the controversies and disagreements between Catholics and Protestants in the 16th century,
including the intense arguments over the nature of the Eucharist; (3) to approach the theology of John Calvin from
the innovative angle of his exegesis rather than from the more traditional angle of his dogmatic theology; and (4) to
gain fresh insight into the question of the role of tradition and innovation in the Reformation by placing Calvin’s
exegesis of John in the context of the Johannine interpretation of Augustine, Chrysostom, and Thomas Aquinas.
Instructor: Steinmetz.

LTS 240. Worship in African American Traditions. Clear styles of worship can be recognized among African
American Christians. Despite the tremendous amount of interpenetration that has taken place between cultures,
distinguishable features remain. This course has as its purpose exploring the morphology and distinctives of
worship among African American Christians to probe critically theological interests, cultural sources, and existential
factors taken up in liturgical production. The aim of the course is to “expose” this rich tradition, and to equip those
who will plan and lead Christian worship among African Americans with discipline, critical facility, and theological
integrity. Instructor: Turner

NEWTEST 301. The New Testament and Ancient Graeco-Roman Philosophy. Tertullian’s famous question,
“What has Athens to do with Jerusalem?” has a rather clear answer in the ancient world: a lot. As Arthur Darby
Nock saw long ago, it was philosophia more so than anything else that bore a close relation to early Christianity.
This course will try to help students understand why that was so. The overall telos of the course, however, is not
simply the acquisition of the right historical knowledge. We will also aim to understand the basic
philosophical/theological issues that are embedded in the interaction between ancient philosophy and early
Christianity and how these issues can be thought about today. We focus primarily on the Stoics because (a) they
are the best representatives of the philosophical mainstream during the time surrounding the composition and early
reception of the New Testament; (b) there is a long history of discussion about the relation between Stoicism and
Christianity that time and again shows this question to be a particularly fruitful way of thinking about what
Christianity actually is; and (c) Stoicism remains very much alive in the modern world. Instructor: Rowe.

OLDTEST 222.01. Barth's Old Testament Interpretation. What does it mean to read the Old Testament as
Christian Scripture? By closely examining the interpretation of selected Old Testament passages by one of the
twentieth century’s greatest theologians, this seminar will explore that question. Along the way, students will have
an opportunity to reflect on related issues, such as the longstanding problem of a Christian interpretation of the Old
Testament, the challenge of moving from biblical text to doctrine within the context of Christian theology, and the
contemporary resurgence of interest in theological interpretation. Prior acquaintance with Barth’s theology is not
required. This course is recommended for students focused on the task of preaching and the work of ministry in the
church, as well as those students with an academic interest in theology. Instructor: Chapman

PARISH 156. Anglican/Episcopal Doctrine. A detailed study of the theology of the Episcopal Church (TEC), set
in the larger framework of its roots in the Church of England and its relationship to the Anglican Communion.
Instructor: Wells.

PARISH 241. The Theology and Spirituality of Place. This course will develop the significance of “place” for
theological reflection and Christian living. It will show how spiritual life is deepened and made more practical when
spatial, ecological, architectural, and aesthetic dimensions of everyday, embodied life together are given more
attention. Instructor: Wirzba.

PARISH 270. Listening Together: Christians and Muslims Reading Scriptures. The chief aim of the course is
to help students begin to map out their own journey through the still largely uncharted territory of Muslim-Christian
religious conversation. On February 14 and March 28, the class will meet at its regular time, but at the Islamic
Association of Raleigh (808 Atwater Street), whose focus is education on Islam and the Qur’an. Carpooling will be
arranged in advance. Both those sessions are required, so please arrange your calendars accordingly. Instructor:
Antepli & Davis.

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PASTCARE 245. Pastoral Care of Persons with Mental Health Problems. Pastors and religious leaders are
often among the first to learn and to respond to persons manifesting the configurations of emotion, thought, and
behavior often understood as “mental illness” or “mental health problems.” Caring for people with mental health
problems can be a great challenge for many pastors, requiring deep engagement with the person’s family and
culture, familiarity with psychological and psychiatric concepts, a rich theological vocabulary, and a great deal of
practical wisdom. This kind of pastoral care often forces pastors to engage the clinical mental health disciplines
(e.g., psychology and psychiatry), which provide the dominant language for describing these problems in our
culture. There is, however, no consensus within American protestant Christian writing about how Christians should
engage the language and practices of contemporary psychology and psychiatry. Some church bodies and writers in
the pastoral care tradition, for example, are broadly supportive both of psychiatric diagnosis and of the use of
psychotherapy and medication, encouraging support and acceptance of persons with mental health problems and
lamenting the stigmatization of the mentally ill. Other influential writers, and some church bodies, view
contemporary mental health care with suspicion and propose alternative models of pastoral care and counseling.
Future pastors can expect to encounter a wide variety of attitudes and opinions regarding mental health among
parishioners and colleagues. This course is intended to help future pastors both to acquire the knowledge
necessary to recognize and interpret common and major mental health problems and to develop theological skills
necessary for appreciative, critical engagement with contemporary mental health practice. The course is organized
in three parts. First, in an introduction to the topic, students will be asked to consider whether ethical and cultural
commitments are embedded in psychiatric language and to engage a text which focuses on the importance of close
listening to the narratives of persons with mental health problems. In the second part, students will become familiar
with several common mental health problems both through in-class lecture and through reading published narrative
and/or ethnographic work written by persons with mental health problems and/or members of their families. In the
third part, we will explore theological works which attempt to constructively engage contemporary mental health
practice. Instructor: Kinghorn

PREACHNG 205. Preaching at the End of the World: Proclaiming Paul’s Apocalyptic Gospel. At a time when
narrative is often the genre of choice for preaching, this course seeks to reclaim the Pauline epistles for
proclamation and to address the difficulties students often experience when trying to preach from the epistles.
Through this course we hope preaching from the Pauline epistles will become exciting, rather than burdensome.
Instructors: C. Campbell & Eastman

SPIRIT 215. The Spirituality of the Eastern Church. Throughout its long history the Eastern Church has
developed highly liturgical forms with which to express its corporate life. At the same time, developing almost
concurrently, there have been strong movements of individual piety. This course will explore the relationship
between these two streams of growth by examining the life and works of the Church’s spiritual masters. Instructor:
Rommen.

WXTIAN 160. God’s Ministry of Reconciliation: Explorations in Missiology and Ecclesiology. At the heart of
the gospel is the offer of the gift of reconciliation. Unfortunately, the biblical vision of the church as a reconciled
community and ambassador of peace has not always been prominent in the church’s history, a history too often
marred by sin, division, and hostility. In this course students will explore biblical, theological, and ecclesial resources
leading to a renewed commitment to the church as both a sign and foretaste of God’s eschatological vision of the
new humanity in Christ. Instructor: Colon-Emeric.

WXTIAN 270. Listening Together: Christians and Muslims Reading Scriptures. The course explores the rise of
contemporary mass Christian movements around the world and their attempts to create new social, political, and
economic realities. Using as a template missiologist Andrew Wall’s five marks of global mission—proclamation,
instruction, service, transformation, and sustainability—we investigate some of the “hot spots” of modern Christian
revival in Latin America, Africa, Asia, as well as the United States, to see how churches are engaging their
changing surroundings. The role of globalization and the compression of the Christian world through television, the
Internet, and print media will be considered throughout. Are these churches strictly local or part of the greater
accommodation of Christians living in the consumer capitalist McWorld? Instructor: Bowler.

XTIANTHE 246. Theology and Ethics of Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This course engages Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s
theology and theological ethics and their significance for the 21st century. In pursuing this, Bonhoeffer is situated
within a global, trans-Atlantic frame. Instructor: Carter.

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Visiting and Adjunct Faculty

David Aers is the James B. Duke Professor of English and Religious Studies. Dr. Aers works especially on late
medieval and early modern literature, religion and culture in England.

H. Edgar Moore is an ordained Elder in the Baltimore Washington Annual Conference of the United Methodist
Church, where he spent nearly thirty years in the pastorate. He has been on the adjunct faculty at Wesley
Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. and teaches Local Pastors each summer in Wesley’s Course of Study.
He holds degrees from Lebanon Valley College (B.A.), Duke Divinity School (M.Div.) and The George Washington
University (Ph.D.).

Joy Moore is the Associate Dean for Black Church Studies and Church Relations and a Visiting Assistant
Professor in Homiletics and the Practice of Ministry. She received her MDiv from Garrett-Evangelical Theological
Seminary, and a Ph.D. from Brunel University in England. She specializes in Christian formation, homiletics, and
practical theology, focusing on Christian formation in postmodern culture. An ordained elder in the United Methodist
Church, Rev. Moore recently served as interim pastor in Greenville, Michigan at First United Methodist Church.

William K. Quick is the Pastor Emeritus of Metropolitan UMC in Detroit. He received his B.A. from Randolph
Macon College , M.Div. from Duke Divinity School and Doctor of Divinity degrees from Albion College, Union
College and Pfeiffer University. He is the author of three books, including "Signs of the Times: A Vision for the
Church."

Edward Rommen is a priest in the Orthodox Church of America, Syosset, NY. He is currently assigned to Holy
Transfiguration Orthodox Mission in Raleigh, NC. Father Rommen received both his D. Miss. and his M.Div. from
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and his Doctor of Theology from the University of Munich (Lutheran Faculty). He
has taught at Columbia Biblical Seminary, the Columbia Biblical Seminary Satellite campus in Korntal, Germany,
and at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Father Rommen is the author of many books, chapters, articles, and
reviews.
Steven Sager has been the Rabbi of Beth El Synagogue in Durham for over a decade. A graduate of the
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, he also earned a M.A. in Religion from Temple University and the Ph.D. in
Religion from Duke University (1989). Rabbi Sager’s scholarly interests include ancient Rabbinic literature and
liturgy.

Timothy B. Tyson received his Ph.D. from Duke in 1994 and is the author, most recently, of the acclaimed book
Blood Done Sign My Name . He is joining us as Visiting Professor of American Christianity and Southern Culture.

Sr. Joanna Walsh has served as a Spiritual Formation Group leader at the Divinity School for many years. She is
a member of the Order of the Faithful Companions of Jesus.

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