Published: April 21, 2022
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) in Elkhart, Indiana, will offer the following graduate-level courses during its upcoming annual Intensive Term.
Hybrid courses consist of online work (May–July) and one intensive week of in-person learning in June on the AMBS campus in Elkhart:
- Christian Leadership in the 21st Century with Rebecca Slough, PhD (online May 9 – July 22; in person June 6–11)
- Ethics and Practice of Forgiveness: When Polarization Persists in Church and Society, a special course taught by Al Fuertes, PhD (online May 9 – July 22; in person June 13–18; open to auditors)
- History of Christian Spirituality with Andy Brubacher Kaethler, PhD (online May 9 – July 22; in person June 6–11)
Campus courses meet in person on campus in Elkhart, following COVID-safe protocols:
- Biblical Storytelling with Allan Rudy-Froese, PhD (in person May 9–20, Monday–Friday, 8:30–11:30 a.m.; open to auditors)
- Practicing and Embodying Nonviolence with Malinda Elizabeth Berry, PhD (in person May 9–26, Monday–Friday, 8:30–11:30 a.m.; also available via live videoconference for students at a distance during these times; open to auditors)
- Spiritual Practices: Trees of Life with Janeen Bertsche Johnson, MDiv (in person June 3–4; one credit hour; also available as a noncredit retreat)
These courses are entry-level courses without prerequisites. Nonadmitted students get 50% off their first three credit hours. Tuition for all Intensive Term courses is due April 25, 2022.
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