Description   This course introduces and explores the history
and theology of the United Church of Christ. It
is mainly for MDiv students. It satisfies the
requirement for study of UCC history and theology
for students seeking ordination in that
denomination. Ordained clergy interested in or
seeking standing in the UCC are welcome. It also
is available to MDiv or MA students interested in
denominational history or progressive theologies
in the United States. The course uses reading,
collaborative writing and resource creation,
independent research and presentation of
findings, audio and video presentations and
online forum style discussion to map the complex
picture of UCC history and engage the main
theological concerns of the denomination and its
diverse members. Forms of UCC spiritual practice
will also be introduced. The course can be taken
for 3 units of academic credit or for CEUs. An
initial webinar will be scheduled the first week
of the semester in consultation with students
registered by the first day of the semester.
NOTE: This ONLINE course meets primarily
asynchronously using Moodle
High-speed internet connection required.
Occasional synchronous class meetings will be
scheduled. A telephone, webcam, high speed
internet connection, and the latest version of
Flash are required. [Auditors excluded]
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* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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