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Christine Pohl

Professor Emeritus, Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Kentucky
BS (Syracuse University), MA (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary), PhD (Emory University)
Dr. Christine D. Pohl is professor emeritus at Asbury Theological Seminary where she taught Christian Ethics for twenty-nine years. She has written several acclaimed books on Christian practices—including Living Into Community: Cultivating Practices That Sustain Us—and speaks widely in the church and academy.

Courses Taught

  • APPL 522 - Leading through Uncertainty
  • APPL 549 - Into Africa: Exploring Theology and Ministry in Nairobi, Kenya
  • APPL 561 - The Church in Neighbourhood Renewal
  • APPL 571 - Building and Breaking Community: Practices to Sustain a Shared Life
  • APPL 581 - Missional Church
  • APPL 583 - Swords into Ploughshares: The Theology & Practice of Reconciliation
  • APPL 690 - World Christianity Field Immersion
  • APPL 695 - Guided Study: Applied Theology
  • APPL 696 - Guided Study: Mission Studies
  • APPL 698 - Guided Study: Marketplace Theology
  • APPL 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: Applied Theology
  • APPL 793 - ThM Major Paper: Applied Theology
  • APPL 797 - MA Thesis: Applied Theology
  • APPL 798 - ThM Thesis: Applied Theology
  • BIBL 502 - New Testament Foundations
  • BIBL 504 - Reading the Old Testament as a Christian
  • BIBL 518 - The Kingdom of God: Genesis to the Gospels
  • BIBL 523 - Wrecked: Sitting with Job When your World Falls Apart
  • BIBL 543 - The Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament
  • BIBL 561 - Colossians
  • BIBL 564 - Grappling with Galatians
  • BIBL 568 - The Book of Hebrews
  • BIBL 610 - Book of Genesis
  • BIBL 615 - Light from the Dark Ages: An Exposition of Judges and Ruth
  • BIBL 627 - Psalms: Spiritual Guides for a Christian Journey
  • BIBL 651 - The Gospel of Matthew
  • BIBL 680 - Biblical Theology for Contemporary Christians
  • BIBL 695 - Guided Study: Biblical Studies
  • BIBL 696 - Guided Study: Old Testament
  • BIBL 697 - Guided Study: New Testament
  • BIBL 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: Old Testament
  • BIBL 791 - MA Comprehensive Examination: New Testament
  • BIBL 793 - ThM Major Paper: Old Testament
  • BIBL 794 - ThM Major Paper: New Testament
  • BIBL 796 - MA Thesis: Old Testament
  • BIBL 797 - MA Thesis: New Testament
  • BIBL 798 - ThM Thesis: Old Testament
  • BIBL 799 - ThM Thesis: New Testament
  • HIST 501 - History of Christianity I
  • HIST 502 - History of Christianity II
  • HIST 507 - Mysticism & Evangelical Spirituality
  • HIST 557 - Marriage, Sex & Family in Historical Perspective
  • HIST 695 - Guided Study: History
  • HIST 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: History
  • HIST 793 - ThM Major Paper: Church History
  • HIST 797 - MA Thesis: Church History
  • HIST 798 - ThM Thesis: Church History
  • INDS 504 - Rebuilding the Household: Family & Church in the Technological Age
  • INDS 522 - Leading through Uncertainty
  • INDS 525 - Technology, Wilderness, and Creation
  • INDS 530 - George Herbert: Country Priest, Radical Poet
  • INDS 533 - Grace and Forgiveness in Contemporary Drama
  • INDS 557 - Marriage, Sex & Family in Historical Perspective
  • INDS 570 - Arrows of Desire: A Theology of Love and Longing
  • INDS 578 - Everyday Spirituality
  • INDS 582 - Seek Justice: Law, Advocacy & the Redemptive Work of God
  • INDS 695 - Guided Study: Interdisciplinary Studies
  • INDS 697 - Guided Study: Christianity and the Arts
  • INDS 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: Interdisciplinary Studies
  • INDS 791 - Integrative Exam
  • INDS 792 - Integrative Project
  • INDS 793 - ThM Major Paper: Interdisciplinary Studies
  • INDS 795 - MA Integrative Project in the Arts and Theology
  • INDS 797 - MA Thesis: Interdisciplinary Studies
  • INDS 798 - ThM Thesis: Interdisciplinary Studies
  • LANG 510 - Introductory Old Testament Hebrew I
  • LANG 511 - Introductory Old Testament Hebrew II
  • LANG 550 - Introduction to New Testament Greek I
  • LANG 551 - Introduction to New Testament Greek II
  • LANG 695 - Guided Study: Biblical Languages
  • LANG 696 - Guided Study: Old Testament Hebrew
  • LANG 697 - Guided Study: New Testament Greek
  • LANG 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: Biblical Languages
  • LANG 792 - LANG: Integrative Project
  • LANG 793 - ThM Major Paper: Biblical Languages
  • LANG 797 - MA Thesis: Biblical Languages
  • LANG 798 - ThM Thesis: Biblical Languages
  • SPIR 507 - Myst & Evang Spirituality
  • SPIR 523 - Spiritual Disciplines in the Company of Others
  • SPIR 524 - Learning from Jesus's Life in the Spirit
  • SPIR 578 - Everyday Spirituality
  • SPIR 583 - Reconciliation - Theo/Pract
  • SPIR 604 - Jesus and Prayer
  • SPIR 619 - Spiritual Discernment
  • SPIR 663 - Soulcraft: Spiritual Formation
  • SPIR 695 - Guided Study: Spiritual Theology
  • SPIR 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: Spiritual Theology
  • SPIR 793 - ThM Major Paper: Spiritual Theology
  • SPIR 797 - MA Thesis: Spiritual Theology
  • SPIR 798 - ThM Thesis: Spiritual Theology
  • THEO 500 - Theology Overview
  • THEO 524 - Jesus's Life in the Spirit
  • THEO 533 - Peace in the Christian Tradition: Good News for a Violent World
  • THEO 549 - Into Africa: Exploring Theology and Ministry in Nairobi, Kenya
  • THEO 561 - Colossians
  • THEO 601 - Theology I
  • THEO 602 - Theology II
  • THEO 695 - Guided Study: Theology
  • THEO 696 - Guided Study: Systematic Theology
  • THEO 697 - Guided Study: Christian Ethics
  • THEO 698 - Guided Study: Historical Theology
  • THEO 790 - MA Comprehensive Examination: Theology
  • THEO 793 - ThM Major Paper: Theology
  • THEO 797 - MA Thesis: Theology
  • THEO 798 - ThM Thesis: Theology

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