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INDS 578

Everyday Spirituality

This course is also offered as SPIR 578 (A) (Distance Education Option Available)

It is widely recognized that the theological task has yielded to the needs of the professional Christian worker, and that spirituality has historically been associated with monastic movements, retreat centres and people not engaged deeply with the normal pressures of life in secular society.  This course will address the Biblical emphasis of everyday, vocational holiness, providing both a theological foundation for the ministry of the ordinary Christian and a spiritual motivation.  Developing a Christian lifestyle involves much more than being faithful in devotional and church activities.  In this course we will consider our mentalities, pressures, environments and Christian patterns of response: work, family, relationships, aging, money, sexuality, technology, and many other everyday themes.

Credit Hours:
1 - 2
Audit Hours:
There are no prerequisites for this course.

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