My Summer Course at Northern: Open to Visitors

This summer at Northern Seminary I will teach a public-open course on Women in Ministry.

Here is a list of our summer offerings, and my course on Women in Ministry will be taught June 17-21. Here’s the official edu-scoop:

Women in Ministry will focus on understanding, recognizing and encouraging the gifts God has given to women in the church. The course will focus on biblical texts about women, both from the Old Testament and the New Testament, with particular concentration on problem passages. The course will also feature a section on husbands and wives and Christian marriage, developing how the Bible understands love. see also DM7110. 9:00 AM to 4:00 M June 17-21, 2013 (NT elective, Gen. elective)

If you are interested in this course, here is the contact information:  http://www.seminary.edu/about/contact-us/ or e-mail at: admissions@seminary.edu.

To apply for the course begin the application process at www.seminary.edu/apply.  You can audit the course, apply as a new student (at the masters or doctoral level), or transfer the credit back to your school if You are at another seminary.  Northern Seminary alumni can take the course for free as part of Northern Seminary’s new Alumni Academy.  There is an article about the alumni academy at http://www.seminary.edu/article/announcing-the-alumni-academy/

About Scot McKnight

Scot McKnight is a recognized authority on the New Testament, early Christianity, and the historical Jesus. McKnight, author of more than fifty books, is the Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard, IL.

  • Craig Beard

    Since this is an open course, any chance that it will be archived for those of us who’d LOVE to be there but are unable to be?

  • Tim M

    Any idea how much it costs to audit or just watch the lectures?

  • David Booth

    Sounds like a great course. I too would love the opportunity to have access to recordings/notes of teh course and would gladly pay a tutiion fee to audit from all the way, down under in Australia. The content to be covered looks terrific.

  • Darcyjo

    Same here. I’m just graduating from seminary and heading to my first appointment, so I can’t be there in person. What do you say, Scot?

  • Ellen Habeck

    I’ll add another voice for access to the course on a different time frame. I work 7 pm – 7 am so wouldn’t be much use in class :). This is a matter I am deeply interested in. I’ve also been asked to prepare to help new believers in India understand Biblical womanhood (not Indian womanhood nor American womanhood). Thank you so much for your consideration! God bless you.


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