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Master of Divinity

Huron’s Faculty of Theology will be happy to welcome you into our midst. Our programs are continually monitored, evaluated, and improved so that we can offer you the very best in theological education and formation, and our faculty are committed to your intellectual and spiritual growth. Students from any denomination are welcome to study with us.

Master of Divinity students at Huron engage in a wide variety of experiences as they undertake their formation for ministry and service. What all members of the community have in common is the desire to know God more deeply, to serve others, to grow intellectually, and to mature spiritually. You will be welcomed into our community of prayer and study with the hope that, in a very short time, you might call us home.

Alumni Stories

We are proud of our Master of Divinity graduates, who are dedicating their lives to spiritual and civic leadership around the world. This program is intended to prepare students for Christian ministry, but our graduates are well prepared to Lead with Heart in both church and community settings. We welcome students from every denomination and interest area, so our graduates move on to create positive change across a diverse array of sectors.

Learn more about how our alumni have found success with their Huron theological education as foundation.

  • Huron provided all the financial support possible to make a married, low-income student like myself able to fully take part in academic life. The tremendous teaching and mentorship I received set me up to receive a full scholarship to the University of Edinburgh for my PhD. Without Huron, this would have never occurred.
    Chris Medland
    MTS ’13, MA ’15
    Read more
  • You develop within classes that foster critical thinking; challenge you to ask complex questions; and learn how to understand the world in a more human way.
    Beth Koudys
    Honours BA, Master of Divinity ‘14
    Read more
  • I found my spark and pursued it at Huron, and the experience was phenomenal.
    Michael Bodkin
    Master of Arts (Theology) Graduate, PhD Candidate at the Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism at Western University
    Read more

Program

  • The MDiv is a three-year, post-baccalaureate, professional undergraduate degree to prepare you for ordination and service.
  • The program may be taken full-time or part-time; however, the maximum duration of the degree is six years.
  • The degree is granted by Western University and accredited by the Association of Theological Schools; it is also recognized by the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada for the training of ordinands, but we are pleased to welcome students from a variety of denominations.
General Information
Degree Requirements
Application

WHAT WILL I GAIN?

  • Knowledge of the Bible and its interpretation using contemporary methods of criticism
  • Understanding of Christian doctrines and the historical, methodological and philosophical approaches to the study of theology
  • Skills in ministerial leadership:  preaching, pastoral care, personal and public prayer, worship planning, and management and administration
  • Ability to provide diverse forms of public leadership and service
  • Cultural sensitivity and awareness for living in an ecumenical and multi-faith context

WHY HURON’S MDIV?

  • Small, inclusive learning community within one of Canada’s leading Liberal Arts universities
  • Over 150 years of excellence in theological education
  • New context-driven approach allows you to develop skills and knowledge as a church leader in your local community
  • New program mode includes convenient, two-day timetable and distance learning option
  • Knowledgeable, supportive faculty who take a personal interest in your learning and development
  • Excellent research support in Huron’s Library and Learning Services and Writing Services
  • Generous financial aid available to students who qualify
  • Full access to Western University amenities – and graduate with a Western degree

ELIGIBILITY

You may apply to the MDiv if you hold a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) from a recognized university. A limited number of competitive, discretionary admissions may be available for those without a bachelor’s degree (contact the Faculty for details).  Occasional January part-time admission is possible.  (Contact the Faculty for information.)

Taking Courses Only (Not the Degree), Letter of Permission, and Special Student: 
You may take courses without being in a degree stream in the following ways when you already hold a university degree:

  • Special Students already hold a university degree & wish to take individual course(s), for audit or credit, without being in a degree program.
  • Letter of Permission students are visiting students from another university.

Non-Registered Students:  
If you do not already hold a Bachelor’s degree, you can contact the Faculty of Theology office regarding the possibility of sitting in on courses in the Faculty.  You will not be an official Western/Huron student, no records will be kept, and audit fees will be charged.

GENERAL MDIV DEGREE REQUIREMENTS:

Students complete the following 30 half-courses over three years (full-time or part-time equivalent). Normal full-time enrolment is 5 half-courses per term, 10 half-courses per year. The total program of study for the MDiv shall not extend beyond 6 years.

Area I: Biblical Studies
  • Biblical Studies 5110a/b, 5116a/b, and 5120a/b* (Before Sept. 2015: BS 5112a/b*)
  • One of Hebrew 5040a/b or Greek 5103a/b
  • One half course in New Testament from Area I, Biblical Studies
  • One half-course in Old Testament from Area I, Biblical Studies (*Before Sept. 2015: BS 5114a/b)
  • One half-course from Area I, Biblical Studies, including Greek, or Hebrew
Area II: Theological Studies
  • Systematic Theology 5103a and Theological Ethics 5203a
  • Three further half-courses from Area II, Theological Studies
Area III: Historical Studies
  • Church History 5104a/b and 5106a/b
  • One further half-course from Area III, Historical Studies
Area IV: Public Leadership and Ministry Studies
  • Homiletics 5204a/b and Homiletics 5305a
  • Liturgics 5204a/b and 1 other Liturgics course (Candidates for ordination in Anglican Church of Canada take Liturgics 5301a/b)
  • Religious Education 5203a/b
  • Pastoral Theology 5230a/b
Area V: Contextual and Formational Studies
  • Field Education 5110a
  • Field Education 5211a and 5212b; or two of Field Education 5222a/b, 5230a/b, 5232a/b
Area VI: Comparative and Cultural Studies
  • 2 half-courses from Area VI, Comparative & Contextual Studies

General Program Electives: 
4 elective half-courses from any of the 6 areas above.

Transcultural Learning Experience
Each student in the MDiv must complete an approved Transcultural Learning Experience (TLE) at any point during the MDiv program.  The TLE may accompany a course from Area VI, Comparative and Contextual Studies, or may take the form of an independent study in Field Education, or may take place during the summer term.  The Experiences have been worldwide, and Huron has funding available to defray the costs of the student’s travel and accommodation, where this is necessary.

The primary purpose of the Experience is to provide each student with the opportunity to develop a wider framework from which to see their identity, community, and context so that they may develop a deeper understanding of ministry.  In order for the TLE project to be approved and assessed, each student must submit a written proposal and self-evaluation to the Director of Field Education, in consultation with the Dean, if necessary.  In both documents, a set of articulated learning objectives for the TLE will be cited that with fulfil the following criteria, stated here as prospective goals:

  1. Does the proposed TLE provide the student with access to the lived experiences of the community visited? Does it express ways in which the student will live among (or close to) members of the community, share meals, participate in worship or other communal practices?
  2. Does the proposed TLE enable the student to learn about different expressions of faith, community, and worship?
  3. Does the proposed TLE demonstrate awareness of how the experience should shape the participating student’s own context and sense of self?
  4. Does the proposed TLE convey a sense of how it will affect the student’s understanding of ministry?

COMBINED MDIV-MA DEGREES
Highly motivated students with a minimum of 12 half-courses completed in the MDiv, with an average of 78% or better, may apply to the MA (Theology). Those completing both combined degrees will be part-time in one degree, full-time in the other.

Combined MDiv-MA students will complete three fewer half-courses (generally elective courses) in the MDiv program (for a total of 27). With successful completion, both MDiv and MA degrees are awarded.

HOW TO APPLY

1 – Click on the application relating to your term of choice:

Regular Applicants – those looking to complete the degree program.

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Special Students – those who already hold a university degree & wish to take course(s) for credit, without being in a degree program.

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Letter of Permission Students Those who are currently in a program in another university, who would like to visit Huron to take a course and have the results of that course sent back to their university.

Letter of Permission Application

2 – Create a Huron Application Portal account.

You can then use this Portal to:

  • Access your application summary
  • Track the status of your application
  • Submit required documents
  • View your electronic Decision Letter, once available

Use the link below to access your Portal again after your application has been submitted.

Application Portal Coming Soon

REQUIREMENTS

The Master of Divinity degree program is designed to provide opportunities for academic, personal, and spiritual growth. As such, admission is based not only on academic considerations, but also on evidence of personal maturity, good character, and the potential for spiritual growth. In order to assess these criteria for admission to the MDiv, we rely on the candidate’s application, the confidential statements made by referees, and where the Admissions Committee so recommends, an interview with the candidate.

Once an application file is complete, with all supporting documents received by Huron, it is reviewed by an Admissions Committee comprised of the Dean of Theology and two full-time members of the Faculty of Theology. After their review of the completed application, the Admissions Committee may recommend that the candidate be interviewed. The candidate will then be contacted by the Dean to arrange for a final interview before a decision is made and communicated to the candidate.

Upload to Portal:

  • Resume
  • Autobiographical-religious statement: In about 400 words, please describe your reasons for seeking a Master of Divinity degree, your vocational plans, and your formative influences.
  • Scan of transcript showing completion of bachelor’s degree (Followed by hard copy original version in mail)
  • Proof of English Language Proficiency (If applicable. See “English Language Proficiency Requirements” below)

Send to Referees:

DEADLINES

Winter Term
Applicants seeking admission in the Winter term should apply by December 1

Fall Term
Applicants seeking admission in the Winter term should apply by May 30

FINANCIAL AID

If you wish to be considered for Financial Aid, please complete the form below:

MTS/MDiv Financial Aid Application

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

If you have not completed your degree/diploma at an institution where the principal language of instruction is English, you are required to submit a satisfactory English Language Proficiency test score.

Huron requires one of the following:

Test Minimum Score Required 
TOEFL(iBT), 83, with no less than 20 on any section

TOEFL(PBT), 500, with TWE of 5

MELAB, 80, with no less than 78 on any section

IELTS, 6.5, with no less than 6.0 on any section

CAEL, 60, with no less than 60 on any section

PTE Academic, 58, with no less than 56 on any section

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Master of Divinity Course Timetable

Theology Orientation Handbook 2021-22
can be found here:  2021 22 Orientation Handbook final 1.

Course Registration for 2021-22

Admitted MDiv & MTS Students, Theology Special and Letter of Permission Students, may register for courses once they receive their registration appointment from Western.
Here is the REVISED Registration Handbook. Registration-for-Courses-in-the-Faculty-of-Theology-2021-22

2021-2022 Course Timetable

“A” courses are in fall term
“B” courses are in winter term
No suffix = full-year course
Calendar course descriptions are found in MDiv map.

Course Subject
Course #
Course Outline
Day
Start
End
Instructor
Arabic 1070A Quranic Arabic for Beginners M 8:30 11:20 Kharrat, Y.
Arabic 2080A Intermediate Quranic Arabic Th 14:30 17:20 Kharrat, Y.
Arabic 5260B Readings From The Qur’an Tu 9:30 12:00 Kharrat, Y.
Bib Studies 5110A Intro to Bible as Scripture Tu 6:00 8:30 Smith, D.
Bib Studies 5116B The New Testament Writings Tu 18:00 20:30 Quigley, J.
Bib Studies 5120B Intro to the Hebrew Bible Th 11:30 14:00 Meyer, N.
Bib
Studies
5222A Isaiah & Ezekiel Compared Th 11:30 14:00 Lemos, T.
email srice@uwo.ca to register!
Bib
Studies
5250A Ancient Conceptions of Divinity W 14:30 17:00 Lemos, T.
Bib
Studies
5255A Gender & Sexuality in Ancient Christianity Th 8:30 11:00 Quigley, J.
Church Hist 5104A Early Church to Late Middle Ages W 14:30 17:00 McClatchie, S.
Church Hist 5106B Late Mid Ages to Modern Period W 14:30 17:00 Acres, W.
Church Hist 5227A History of Anglicanism Th 14:30 17:00 Acres, W.
Church Hist 5232B CANCELLED
Medieval Heresies
CANCELLED
Church Music 5222B Theory & Practice of Music in the Church Th 14:30 17:00 Lupton, W. / McClatchie, S.
Field Educ 5110A Intro to Ministry W 8:30 11:00 Davis, D.
Field Educ 5211A Parish/Community Practicum Th 18:00 20:30 Davis, D.
Field Educ 5212B Parish/Community Practicum Th 18:00 20:30 Davis, D.
Field Educ 5313B Parish/Community Practicum (3rd yr) Contact:
Davis, D.
Greek 5103A Intro to Greek Grammar Tu

Th

14:30 16:30 Quigley, J.
Greek 5104B Con’t of Greek Grammar & New Testament Readings Tu
Th
14:30 16:30 Quigley, J.
Hebrew 5040A Intro to Biblical Hebrew Tu
Th
14:30 16:30 Meyer, N.
Hebrew 5041B Intro to Biblical Hebrew II Tu
Th
14:30 16:30 Meyer, N.
Homiletics 5204A Theol & Practice Preaching Tu 9:30 12:00 Townshend, T.
Homiletics 5305B Continuation of Homiletics Th 8:30 11:00 Crittenden, J.
Liturgics 5204B Liturgical Theology W 18:00 20:30 tba
Past Theol 5213B Integrative MTS Seminar Th 8:30 11:00 Marks, D.
Past Theol 5230A Congregational Develop & Leadership Tu 14:30 17:00 Morrison, B.
Past Theol 5231A Pastoral Care & Counselling Tu 18:00 20:30 Morrison, B.
Past Theol 5232b Islamic Pastoral & Spiritual Care Th 18:00 20:30 tba
Past Theol 5305A Theological Reflection W 14:30 17:00 Connor, T.
Past Theol 5313B MDiv Integration & Formation Seminar Please contact D. Davis
Past Theol 5333B Grief, Crisis, & Pastoral Care Tu 18:00 20:30 Morrison, B.
Rel Educ 5203B Intro to Christian Education Tu 14:30 17:00 Morrison, B.
Rel Stud 2130 Living Religions M 13:30 16:30 Acres, B
see Theol Office for permiss.
Rel Stud 5220A Islam & Politics M 18:00 20:30 Mattson, I.
Rel Stud 5310B Interpreting the
Qur’an
Th 11:30 14:00 Taleb, L.
Syst Theol 5103A Intro to Systematic Theology Th 8:30 11:00 Potter, B.
Syst Theol 5201B Contextual Theology W 8:30 11:00 Davis, D.
Syst Theol 5208B Key Issues in Islamic Theology Th 14:30 17:00 Mattson, I.
Syst Theol 5228B Theology & Relig. Pluralism Th 8:30 11:00 Potter, B.
Syst Theol 5232B Theological Anthropology W 14:30 17:00 Potter, B.
Theol Ethics 5190B Islamic Law & Legal Theory W 18:00 20:30 Mattson, I.
Theol Ethics 5203B Theological Ethics Th 18:00 20:30 Gruning, H.
Theol Ethics 5213A Islamic Ethics W 18:00 20:30 Mattson, I.

 

2020-2021 Course Timetable
Course Subject
Course #
Course Outline
Day
Start
End
Instructor
Arabic 1070A Quranic Arabic for Beginners Th 3:30 6:20 Kharrat, Y.
Arabic 2080B Intermediate Quranic Arabic Th 3:30 6:20 Kharrat, Y.
Arabic 5260B Readings From The Qur’an Tu 9:30 12:20 Kharrat, Y.
Bib Studies 5110A Intro to Bible as Scripture M 7:00 9:20 Meyer, N.
Bib Studies 5116B The New Testament Writings M 12:30 3:00 Meyer, N.
Bib Studies 5119A Qur’an, Sunnah & Hadith M 7:00 9:20 Mattson, I.
Bib Studies 5120B Intro to the Hebrew Bible M 7:00 9:20 Lemos, T.
Bib Studies 5222B Prophetic Literature M 8:30 11:00 Lemos, T.
Bib Studies 5224B Studies in the Gospels Tu 9:30 12:00 Meyer, N.
Church Hist 5104A Early Church to Late Middle Ages M 12:30 3:00 McClatchie, S.
Church Hist 5106B Late Mid Ages to Modern Period M 8:30 11:00 Acres, W.
Church Hist 5111A Christian-Muslim Relations M 12:30 3:00 Mattson, I.
Church Hist 5223A Christian Tradition in Canada M 3:30 6:00 Acres, W.
Church Music 5223A Liturgical Music Tu 9:30 12:00 Lupton, W. / McClatchie, S.
Field Educ 5110A Intro to Ministry Tu 7:00 9:00 Smith, G.
Field Educ 5211A Parish/Community Practicum TBA
Field Educ 5212B Parish/Community Practicum TBA
Field Educ 5313B Parish/Community Practicum TBA
Greek 5130A Intro to Greek Grammar M

Tu

3:30 6:00 Meyer, N.
Greek 5104B Con’t of Greek Grammar and New Testament Readings M

Tu

3:30 6:00 Meyer, N.
Greek 5223A Readings in New Testament Tu 7:00 9:20 Meyer, N.
Homiletics 5204A Theol & Practice Preaching M 12:30 3:00 Townshend, T.
Homiletics 5305B Continuation of Homiletics M 7:00 9:20 Crittenden, J.
Liturgics 5204B Liturgical Theology M 8:30 11:00 Larson-Miller, L.
Liturgics 5223B Special Topics in Liturgics Tu 7:00 9:20 Larson-Miller, L.
Liturgics 5301B Liturgical Leadership M 3:30 6:00 Larson-Miller, L.
Past Theol 5213B Integrative Seminar M 3:30 6:00 Marks, D.
Past Theol 5230A Congregational Develop & Leadership Tu 3:30 6:00 Morrison, B.
Past Theol 5231A Pastoral Care & Counselling Tu 7:00 9:00 Morrison, B.
Past Theol 5313B MDiv Integration & Formation Seminar Please contact D. Davis
Past Theol 5332B Family of Origin Seminar Tu 7:00 9:20 Morrison, B.
Rel Educ 5203B Intro to Christian Education Tu 3:30 6:00 Morrison, B.
Rel Stud 5134A Freedom of Religion and Accommodation in Canada M 8:30 11:00 Fahmy, M.
Rel Stud 5202B Spirituality of Muslim Women M 7:00 9:20 Mattson, I.
Rel Stud 5223B Intro to Sufi Spiritual Teachings M 12:30 3:00 Taleb, L.
Syst Theol 5130A Intro to Systematic Theology M 8:30 11:00 TBA
Syst Theol 5201B Contextual Theology M 12:30 3:00 Davis, D.
Syst Theol 5206B Christ, Salvation, & Trinity Tu 3:30 6:00 Connor, T.
Syst Theol 5231B Theology of Anglican Sacraments Tu 7:00 9:30 Larson-Miller, L.
Syst Theol 5234A Special Topics Course M 3:30 6:00 Badcock, G.
Theol Ethics 5203B Theological Ethics Tu 7:00 9:20 Gruning, H.
2019-2020 Course Timetable

Master of Divinity 2019-2020 Course Timetable 

For detailed course and program information, click here.

2018-2019 Course Timetable

2018-19 MDiv/MTS Fall/Winter Course Timetable

Room #s available at student.uwo.ca under “your Weekly Schedule”

“a” and “f” courses are in first (fall) term;  “b” and “g” in second (winter)

“Calendar/catalogue description is found by clicking “Course #.”
Interested in taking a course below, without being in MDiv or MTS degree stream?
Contact the Faculty of Theology, srice@uwo.ca.

Course
Course #
Course
Outline
Description
Day
Start
End
Instructor
Arabic 1070a 2018-19 Quranic Arabic for beginners (avail to MDiv/MTS too) Th 3:30 6:20 Kharrat, Y
Arabic 5260b 2018-19 Readings for the Qur’an. 
MTS/MDiv students should register for this number;
bachelor’s students register for Arabic 3260b
Th 4:30 7:20 Kharrat, Y
Bib Studies 5110a 2018-19 Intro to Bible as Scripture Tu 11:30 2:20 tba
Bib  Studies 5120b 2018-19 Intro to the Hebrew Bible W

F

9:30

9:30

10:20

11:20

Lemos, T.
Bib Studies 5116b 2018-19 New Testament Writings Tu 11:30 2:20 Meyer, N.
Bib Studies 5205b 2018-19 Major Pauline Epistles F 11:30 2:20 Meyer, N.
Church Hist 5104a 2018-19 Early Church to Late Middle Ages Th 9:30 12:30 McClatchie, S.
Church Hist 5106b 2018-19 Late Mid Ages to Modern Period Th 9:30 12:20 McClatchie, S.
Church Hist 5111b 2018-19 Christian-Muslim Relations M 14:30 17:20 Mattson, I
Church Hist 5223a 2018-19 Christian Tradition in Canada W 8:30 11:20 Acres, W.
Church Hist 5350a 2018-19 Eastern & Orthodox Church History M 2:30 5:20 Larson-Miller, L.
Church Music 5223b 2018-19 Liturgical Music (if you have dif signing up for this course, just email srice@uwo.ca) Tu

Th

12:30

12:30

2:20

1:20

Lupton, W. & McClatchie, S.
Field Educ 5110a 2018-19 Intro to Ministry M 9:30 12:20 Smith, G & Silcox, JA
Field Educ 5211a 2018-19 Parish/Community Practicum Tu 9:30 11:20 Smith, G
Field Educ 5212b 2018-19 Parish/Community Practicum Tu 9:30 11:20 Smith, G.
Field Educ 5313b 2018-19 3rd-yr Placement I.S. contact G. Smith
Greek 5103a 2018-19 Intro to Greek Grammar Tu

F

4:30

1:30

6:20

3:20

tba
Greek 5104b 2018-19 Con’t of Grk Grammar and NT Readings TU/F 2:30 4:20 tba
Hebrew 5040a 2018-19 Intro to Biblical Hebrew TU

F

2:30

11:30

4:20

1:20

tba
Hebrew 5041b 2018-19 Intro to Bib Hebrew, part 2 Tu/F 2:30 4:20 Meyer, N.
Homiletics 5204a 2018-19 Theol & Practice Preaching M 9:30 12:20 Townshend, T
Homiletics 5305b 2018-19 Continuation of Homiletics F 9:30 12:20 Crittenden, J.
Liturgics 5204a 2018-19 Liturgical Theology Th 2:30 5:20 Larson-Miller, L
Liturgics 5301b 2018-19 Liturgical Leadership W 2:30 5:20 Larson-Miller, L
Liturgics 5302b 2018-19 Christian Initiation
(New!  see description below timetable
Tu 6:30 9:20 Larson-Miller, L.
Past Theol 5213b 2018-19 Integrative Seminar (MTS only) Registered students should contract instructor to arrange convenient class time Marks, D.
Past Theol 5230a 2018-19 Congregational Develop & Leadership Tu 2:30 5:20 Morrison, B.
Past Theol 5231a 2018-19 Pastoral Care & Counselling Tu 5:30 8:20 Morrison, B.
Past Theol 5313a/b 2018-19 MDiv Integration & Formation Seminar (see G. Smith for details) Smith, G.
Past Theol 5333b 2018-19 Grief, Crisis & Pastoral Care Tu 5:30 8:20 Morrison, B.
Rel Educ 5203b 2018-19 Intro to Christian Education Tu 2:30 5:20 Morrison, B.
Rel Stud 2130 2018-19 Living Religions of the World (avail to Master’s students if instructor agrees.  = 2 half courses) Th 6:30 9:30 Acres, W.
Rel Stud 2297a 2018-19 Faith in Sound, Stone & Paint (MDiv/MTS may take toward degree if instructor agrees) W

F

9:30

9:30

11:20

10:20

McClatchie, S.
Rel Stud 2300a 2018-19 Religion & Psychoanalysis W 6:30 9:20 tba
Rel Stud 3030g 2018-19 Angry God:  The Bible & War (MDiv/MTS may take toward degree, if instructor agrees) Tu 2:30 5:20 Lemos, T.
Rel Stud 3333f 2018-19 Theology, Science & Society (MDiv/MTS make take toward degree if instruct agrees) M

W

2:30

3:30

3:20

5:20

Marks, D
Rel Stud 3450g 2018-19 Judaism & the Holocaust (MDiv/MTS may take toward degree, if instructor agrees) W 3:30 6:20 Marks, D.
Rel Stud 5134a 2018-19 Freedom of Religion and Accommodation in Canada Th 6:30 9:20 tba
Rel Stud 5202b 2018-19 Spirituality of Muslim Women Tu

Th

2:30

2:30

4:20

3:20

Mattson, I.
SPE 5101a/b 2018-19 Supervised Pastoral Educ (for those who want credit along with CPE unit) see Faculty of Theol office for details
Syst Theol 5103a 2018-19 Intro to Systematic Theology M

W

3:30

2:30

5:20

3:20

Badcock, G.
Syst Theol 5222b 2018-19 Theology of Karl Barth M

W

10:30

9:30

11:20

11:20

Badcock, G.
Syst Theol 5226b 2018-19 Christian Theol in the 20th Century M

Th

3:30

2:30

5:20

3:20

Badcock, G.
Theol Ethics 5203b 2018-19 Theological Ethics  Th 2:30 5:20 Gruning, H.
Theological Studies 3333f 2018-19 Theology, Science & Society (MDiv/MTS may take toward degree with instructor perm.) M

W

2:30

3:30

3:20

5:20

Marks, D.

Professors

Meet the teachers who will help you develop your knowledge, character, and skills so you are well-prepared to carve out a unique path in our complex world. Huron’s Theology professors are internationally renowned scholars and authors who are also dedicated to creating challenging, inclusive, and vibrant learning environments. Whether you are attending a lecture, pursuing a research project, or engaging with community partners, your professors will be there to guide you toward leaving a legacy of Leadership with Heart – wherever you go.

  • My passion is to help develop ministry leaders – from a wide variety of backgrounds and experience – who are growing spiritually, grounded in excellent academic training, and understand how to be contextually relevant.
    The Rev. Dawn Davis, DMin
    Assistant Professor of Contextual Theology and Director of Leadership for Ministry Programs
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  • I aim to do constructive theology that draws on the Christian tradition while also intentionally engaging in interreligious dialogue, particularly around justice, ecology, and the arts.
    Brett Potter, PhD
    Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology
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  • I hope my research into New Testament and early Christian texts offers a complex picture of the diverse ways in which early Christians use financial language to think about their relationships with God and with fellow humans.
    The Rev. Jennifer Quigley, ThD
    Visiting Assistant Professor of New Testament Language and Literature
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  • I allow myself to feel the anger, sadness, despair over the things that humans are capable of doing in order to understand the phenomenon - in order to limit, to minimize, the things that cause the despair.
    Tracy Lemos, PhD
    Associate Professor, Theology
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