Winter Modulars // Student Reading Week

Academic Calendar
Feb 19, 2019 - 9:30am to Feb 23, 2019 - 4:00pm
Ambrose University
Calgary, AB
Canada
Add to Calendar 02/19/2019 09:30 am 02/23/2019 04:00 pm America/Edmonton Winter Modulars // Student Reading Week

Part Time Seminary Courses
While full-time students are taking a break from classes, Ambrose classrooms are open for the following one-week seminars:

CS 620-1 Religion & Culture in Canada

This course explores the relationship between religion and culture in Canada from a sociological perspective. This examination will include a look at the past, present, and potential future relationship between religion & culture in Canada.

CS 660-1 Exploring the Dream Experience

The course will survey the significance and understanding of the dream experience in both eastern and western Christian traditions. Special attention will be given to the role of the dream in the spiritual journeys of prominent Christians, the dream and the death experience, as well as to developing a Christian approach to dream interpretation. Students will gain from the course an historical/theological appreciation for the value of the dream within a Christian worldview as well as a sense of how to integrate dream interpretation with an understanding of one's own spiritual journey.

 

Register as an Open Studies Student

Register as a current student

Contact Enrolment if you have any questions.

Ambrose University
Calgary, AB
Canada

Part Time Seminary Courses
While full-time students are taking a break from classes, Ambrose classrooms are open for the following one-week seminars:

CS 620-1 Religion & Culture in Canada

This course explores the relationship between religion and culture in Canada from a sociological perspective. This examination will include a look at the past, present, and potential future relationship between religion & culture in Canada.

CS 660-1 Exploring the Dream Experience

The course will survey the significance and understanding of the dream experience in both eastern and western Christian traditions. Special attention will be given to the role of the dream in the spiritual journeys of prominent Christians, the dream and the death experience, as well as to developing a Christian approach to dream interpretation. Students will gain from the course an historical/theological appreciation for the value of the dream within a Christian worldview as well as a sense of how to integrate dream interpretation with an understanding of one's own spiritual journey.

 

Register as an Open Studies Student

Register as a current student

Contact Enrolment if you have any questions.