Columbia Theological Seminary offering spirituality seminar in Greece, October 2-12, 2012
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Decatur, GA. Columbia Theological Seminary’s Center for Lifelong Learning has opened registration for a seminar in Greece, October 2-12, 2012. In the cradle of Western civilization, where much of the ministry of the apostle Paul took place, participants will explore Pauline theology, as well as the riches of Eastern Orthodox spirituality. The seminar begins and ends in Athens, with visits to interior cities and sites that are part of the dramatic story of a history and culture that transformed the world. A three-night Aegean cruise is also included, including Mykonos, the Turkish resort of Kusadasi, and Patmos, where tradition says that St. John was inspired to write the Book of Revelation. Leaders for the seminar are V. Bruce Rigdon, president emeritus of Ecumenical Theological Seminary, and Deedra Rich, who directs the Certificate in Spiritual Formation program at Columbia Theological Seminary..
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Columbia Theological Seminary, located in Decatur, GA, was established in 1828 and is one of 10 theological institutions of the Presbyterian Church (USA). The seminary offers seven graduate degree programs: Master of Divinity, Master of Arts (Theological Studies), Master of Arts in Practical Theology, Master of Theology, Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Educational Ministry, and Doctor of Theology in Pastoral Counseling. Currently 421 students are enrolled, representing 30 denominations, 34 states, and 10 countries. More information about Columbia: http://www.ctsnet.edu.
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