Course Isotope 5

Counseling Through the Life-Span

This course introduces the various theories of human development throughout a person’s life, from prenatal development, infancy, and early childhood all the way to late adulthood. Students will be instructed in the understanding of human development, the various issues specific to each stage of a person’s life, and how to…
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George Philipos
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Coptic Art Drawing – كورس تعلم الفن القبطي للايقونات

Learn how to draw (paint/write) Coptic icons like a professional by the hands of the expert Coptic Iconographer, Mr. George Philipos. The course duration is 8 weeks. It is a practical course, you learn step by step. You submit your weekly drawing to the professor. You enjoy the amazing artistic…
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Apologetics Courses, Dept. of Christian Philosophy

Apologetics I (History): The focus of this class is to serve as an introduction to the history of Christian Apologetics. The course will track Apologetics approaches through the 20 centuries of Christian Thought. This will include Apologetics of the New Testament, during the Patristic era, in the middle ages, during…
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Church History III: The Arab Conquest to Modernity 2

Church History III: The Arab Conquest to Modernity 2 (CHHT 605) will cover the early modern period to the rise of Egyptian nationalism (early twentieth century). Students will build a developed framework of the period by examining a variety of secondary sources written from different perspectives. This eight week course…
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$200.00
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Archaeology of the Old Testament

This course (BIBL 606) examines the relationship between archaeological data and the Old Testament. This investigation takes special interest in current problems in the field of biblical archaeology, such as the origins of Israel and the United Monarchy. The science of archaeology, fieldwork, and research methods are introduced.
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$200.00
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Introduction to the Geography of the Bible

This course (BIBL 605) offers an examination of the geography of lands in Scripture, including an analysis of the physical topography of natural regions and ancient sites; an assessment of political and territorial subdivisions; and a diachronic unfolding of those events that have transpired in the land that lend themselves…
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$200.00
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Egypt in the Bible

This course (BIBL 604) analyzes Egyptian history and culture, utilizing archaeological, textual, and iconographic sources. Biblical narratives that are set in Egypt, or where Israelite history intersects with Egypt, will be examined, with special emphasis on the Hebrew sojourn and Exodus.
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$200.00
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Old Testament Theology

This course (BIBL 603) offers a study of the approaches to the theology of the Old Testament in the last two hundred years with an emphasis on the motifs of creation and redemption as integrative themes and as anticipatory of the coming of Jesus Christ.
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$200.00

Addiction & Spirituality

Addictions face too many youth today, and there is no one free from one form of addiction or another. In light of this reality, this course explores Coptic Orthodox perspectives into the intersection of addiction and spirituality. Is addiction a one dimensional problem, or is it composed of biological, psychological,…
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$200.00
Sandy Aziz, Ph.D.
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Advanced Theories of Counseling

This course will engage the various theories of counseling and their implications for a practicing counselor wishing to implement these theories. Additionally, this course will focus on the different theories comparing and contrasting the pros and cons of each. Theories of Counseling is a prerequisite for this advanced course.
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$200.00

Apologetics II

The class, which serves as a sequel to the first Apologetics class (Apologetics I), focuses on answering key questions that challenge the faith. These questions include: (1) the existence of God; (2) Why does anything at all exist: (3) the fine-tuning of the universe and its implications; (4) Why does…
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$200.00

Apologetics III

This class is the third Apologetics class which builds upon the previous two classes namely, Apologetics I and Apologetics II. This classes presents a more in-depth study of a few of the topics which were covered in the previous two classes, by reviewing and analyzing articles and papers contributed by…
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$200.00
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Archaeology of the Old Testament

This course (BIBL 606) examines the relationship between archaeological data and the Old Testament. This investigation takes special interest in current problems in the field of biblical archaeology, such as the origins of Israel and the United Monarchy. The science of archaeology, fieldwork, and research methods are introduced.
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$200.00

Bioethics & Orthodoxy

This course will offer Christian reflections by Orthodox authors on some of the most controversial bioethical discussions at the fore of contemporary culture. Some topics that will be explored include stem cell research, the use of embryonic stem cells, gene therapy, new definitions of sexuality and marriage, treatment of addictive…
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$200.00

Church Administration

This course is designed to provide participants with a more advanced understanding of administration and its appropriate place in the Church as well as how to become more effective servants. It will allow for the development of skills necessary to establish a foundation for service along in accordance to the…
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$200.00

Church History I (Part 1): The Early Church & Coptic History (1)

The purpose of this course (CHHT 601) is to cultivate in the learner an appreciation for the Church as the Body of Christ and also as an institution with a clearly defined ecclesiology, structure, and a system of beliefs and practices. This section of the course will cover the history…
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$200.00

Apologetics II

The class, which serves as a sequel to the first Apologetics class (Apologetics I), focuses on answering key questions that challenge the faith. These questions include: (1) the existence of God; (2) Why does anything at all exist: (3) the fine-tuning of the universe and its implications; (4) Why does…
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$200.00

Patristic Scriptural Exegesis

Patristic Scriptural Exegesis will offer the methods and tendencies of a pre-modern hermeneutic of Scripture. The Church Fathers and Mothers read Scripture with certain assumptions, likely different than contemporary assumptions and methodologies. How did they read Scripture? Can we develop something of a Patristic lectio divina (Sacred reading) and apply…
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$200.00

Counseling Through the Life-Span

This course introduces the various theories of human development throughout a person’s life, from prenatal development, infancy, and early childhood all the way to late adulthood. Students will be instructed in the understanding of human development, the various issues specific to each stage of a person’s life, and how to…
0 Student
Free

Church History I (Part 1): The Early Church & Coptic History (1)

The purpose of this course (CHHT 601) is to cultivate in the learner an appreciation for the Church as the Body of Christ and also as an institution with a clearly defined ecclesiology, structure, and a system of beliefs and practices. This section of the course will cover the history…
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$200.00

Church History I: The Early Church & Coptic History (2)

Church History I: The Early Church and Coptic History 2 (CHHT 602) will attempt to frame the decline of Alexandria’s importance on the universal church stage in the fourth and fifth centuries. Students will examine primary sources that trace the rise of Rome’s theological (and the simultaneous decline of its…
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$200.00

Orthodox Soteriology

Soteriology is the study of the Lord Jesus Christ’s economy of salvation–His salvific work through His Incarnation, Crucifixion, descent into Hades, Resurrection, Ascension, and glorious Second Coming. As such, this course will focus on these topics in relation to humanity and its participation in this economy. What does the fall…
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$200.00

Applied Biblical Studies III

This course (BIBL 623) is designed to make an important shift from theory to practice, to allow the student to apply what may otherwise seem like distant concepts at times. This course is designed to cover the overall themes and subjects of the Biblical books. This course will approach applied…
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$200.00

Patristics I

This course (PATR 601) explores the beginnings of Patristic literature. It gives a quick glimpse of the first-generation writers after the apostles, the beginnings of the apologetic writings, the beginnings of the writings of the early theologians, the earliest documents of the acts of the martyrs, the first theological schools…
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$200.00
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