Enrich your life and enjoy the flexibility and
convenience of learning on your own time.
Instructor: Dr. Mark Brummitt
This will be an experiential journey through the language and landscape of Jeremiah, taking into account the historical context of the prophet, the growth and influence of the book, and the book’s resonances (and indeed dissonances) in our own contexts.
*This class is offered both on-campus and online. It will run throughout the spring semester. Students may audit the course or take the course for elective credit.
African American Religious Traditions: From Protest to Formation
Instructor: Dr. Marvin A. McMickle
Led by renowned scholar and preacher, Dr. Marvin A. McMickle, President of CRCDS, this five part online course examines the denominations, movements, major leaders and overall themes within African American communities from the 18th century to the present.
Part 1. Pre-Christian – West African and Slave Era
Part 2. Late 18th and 19th – Methodist Church Period
Part 3. Baptist Groups
Part 4. Pentecostal Movement
Part 5. Independent Churches and the Modern Megachurch
* This class is offered online only. It will run throughout the spring semester. Students may audit the course or take the course for elective credit.
- $300 ($150 for clergy or alums of CRCDS) plus $20 resource fee.
- Courses may also be taken for 3 graduate-level credits for $1795 plus $20 resoure fee.