The doctoral programs include as a major requirement participation at least once a year in a doctoral colloquium. These colloquia are a chance to meet face to face with the faculty and fellow students. Much of the time is taken with the classroom portion of required and elective seminars. Below are the seminars being offered this year.
Each of them meets for four hours for four days. Students therefore take four seminars over the nine days. Work for the seminars is often started before coming to the colloquium and definitely continues after throughout the academic year.
- Understanding and Proclaiming the Books Psalms in Light of Their Theological Message, Cleon Rogers, Ph.D.
- Global Theological Exploration, Donald Tinder, Ph.D.
- Research Method for Ph.D Students, Creig Marlowe, Ph.D.
- Theological Hermeneutics, Joseph J. Lee, Ph.D.
- Spirituality and Mission, Mark Wagner, Ph.D.
- A Study of Modern Day Strategies for Growth, William Wagner, Th.D.