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Christian Studies

Fall 2020 Licentiate Offerings

BASIC LIFE QUESTIONS IN TODAY’S WORLD

  • Fundamental questions that arise in the search for meaning in our world today: how do I find a sense a sense of personal identity and worth, belonging and purpose?

  • Some issues that arise: the new technologies and their impact; isolation, loneliness, and the need for community; gender identity and roles; the need for compassion and kindness in a competitive society; the struggle with suffering; the challenge of climate change.

  • Resources from spirituality and religion, as well as story, music, and other art forms, may be helpful in dealing with today’s world and the questions that arise in living in that world.

Mondays, January 13–April 6, 2020
No class on Family Day, February 17, 2019

Instructor: Dr. Norman King
Location: Canterbury College, Basement Classroom, 2500 University Ave. W., Windsor
Course Fee: $300 for full credit, or $150 for audit

Interested participants can call 519-253-3000 x4944 to register by visa or mastercard, or register in person by cheque only.

For more information, contact Norman King
519-980-9853, nking@uwindsor.ca


The Licentiate in Theology (LTh)

This is a pre-degree diploma program intended for  your personal development, to deepen knowledge for discipleship, for those contemplating Ordained Ministry, Diaconal Ministry or Ordination for Specialized Ministry, for those already engaged in Ministry who are seeking to complement their education, or for those looking to work in Chaplaincy.

Call 519-253-3000 x4944 to register over the phone

Visit us at 2500 University Avenue West to register in person


Lay Reader Courses

This semester, there are six ElderCollege courses that Christian Studies participants can take which will count as credit for Lay Reader courses in proportion to the number of course hours.  We can provide, by your request, certification upon completion of any of these Lay Reader designated ElderCollege courses.

To receive a certificate, a $15 (+HST) fee will apply.

These courses are marked with a certificate symbol like this  !

Click Here to Browse the ElderCollege Course Listing for cross-listed Lay Reader Courses!

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