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MIN 5723 Dr. King and the Civil Rights Movement: Interfaith in Action
This is a 7-day travel course, with stops in Georgia, Alabama, and Washington, DC to study primary source materials and meet with on-site resource providers regarding the ministry of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr,. and the American Civil Rights Movement. A particular focus is the interfaith influences on King—including Thoreau, Gandhi, Heschel, Tich Nhat Hanh and Malcolm X; and the multi-faith coalition that he assembled which was a high-water mark in U.S. Christian-Jewish relations. 1 credit. Mr. Antal
MIN 5771 Ocean Ministry and Global JusticeThis course explores the nexus between environmentalism and man’s activities on the ocean, through the prism of Rev. Moon’s oceanic activities and outreach. The Unificationist ideals of interdependence, mutual prosperity, and universally shared values are examined against the background of current environmental philosophy, including deep ecology, land ethics, and ecofeminism. Particular attention is given to marine environmental philosophy. The course offers students limited experience in oceanic activities. 2 credits. Dr. Noda.
MIN 5801 Divinity ColloquiumThe Divinity Colloquium provides guidance for students writing the Divinity Thesis, from formulating the initial Proposal to presenting the results of research to peers. Taught over the two semesters prior to graduation. 0 credit. Dr. Isaacs.
MIN 5390 Independent Study in Ministry1‑3 credits. Faculty.
MIN 6390 Thesis/Project in Ministry
4 credits. Must be accompanied by the Divinity Colloquium, MIN 5801. Faculty.