|"The university is a fulcrum with
which to move the world. Change the university and you change the world"|
— Charles Malik, Lebanese academic, diplomat and philosopher
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Short- term missions
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General Education courses are those foundational classes required of all students at Southern Nazarene University.
The subjects taught in those courses range across the curriculum. They include the sciences, history, government, math, music, art, literature, and communication arts. Four of those courses (or 12 semester hours) are religion courses. Howard Culbertson taught sections of these three:
- Christian Thought -- basic Christian beliefs
- Introduction to Biblical Literature -- a walk through the Bible in one semester
Zillions of great resources for learning about the Bible
- Ministry, Church and Society
Worldviews, ecclesiology, doing ministry, articulating your faith
Professional Studies degree completion program
External resources for classes
- Edgar Dale's "Cone of Learning"
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"And whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus" -- Colossians 3:17
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SNU missions course materials and syllabiCultural Anthropology Introduction to Missions Linguistics Missions Strategies Modern Missionary Movement (History of Missions) Nazarene Missions Church Growth and Christian Missions Theology of Missions Traditional Religions World Religions
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