Spring courses for AMBS-Kansas Center students

Spring 2015

Thinking Ethically  GP:HTE541

Biennial — Three hours — J Heinzekehr
How should Christians respond to violence, health care and creation care is- sues? What choices face us regarding sexuality and systemic racism? To deepen ability to think ethically, students will examine major approaches to the moral life and decision making that draw upon the resources of Christian faith and theology, especially the role of Scripture, Jesus, and the church in ethics. This course is offered through Bethel College, North Newton, Kan., for graduate credit.

Managing Differences in Faith Communities  GP:CHM632

One hour — Kirsten Zerger
This course examines how to transform conflict into spiritual and community renewal through a more biblical understanding of the role of conflict in the church and the essential elements of healthy decision-making processes. Emphasis will be on training through analysis and development of a case study. This course is offered for graduate credit through KIPCOR, North Newton, Kan.