Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) has announced its line-up of three open-to-the-public Lifelong Learning courses for fall 2016.
The Lifelong Learning program at CTS invites the public to join with seminary students and clergy members in spiritual debate, ethics discussions and examinations of global and local issues.
Lifelong Learners are considered to be people not currently pursuing a full academic degree, so the cost per class credit hour is greatly reduced.
‘The fall’ offerings will focus on social entrepreneurship, the enduring influence of theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and a systems-based approach to ending hunger:
The Social Entrepreneurship and Changing the World classes will be held on the CTS campus. The Bonhoeffer in-person class will be at Christ the Savior Lutheran Church in Fishers, Indiana, or in an online format.
For enquiries, visit the Christian Theological Seminary website for details and registration.