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The Andover Newton Theological School Catalogue 2013-2014

This Supplement Page contains listings of all changes and additions made after July 1, 2013, to the Andover Newton Catalogue 2013-2014. Members of the Andover Newton community should check this page regularly for information regarding course additions and cancellations, classroom assignments, and all other updates.

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Courses added

November 22, 2013

The following courses have been ADDED to the course offerings for spring 2014:

[EL] WCHR/JUST/PRAC 805/705 Immigration and Storefront Churches: State Policies, Social Resistance and New Theology

This online course examines the life, experiences, theologies, and practices of resistance of immigrants and immigrant churches in the United States. It will enable students to appreciate the sufferings, social actions, liturgies, and theologies of immigrants in this country, the impact of state policies on their wellbeing, and the practices of resistance of host-community churches against hardline government immigrant policies.

The course has three parts: (a) it begins with a study of World Christianity to inform students about the faith contexts and theologies of immigrant Christians in their home countries; (b) in this part of the course we will investigate the life experiences and sufferings of immigrants, government immigration policies and programs, and the responses of faith-based organizations to the plight of immigrants, and (c) finally, the course examines the everyday forms of resistance, liturgical practices, and theologies and social ethics of immigrant churches and communities to reveal how they are responding, resisting, adapting, and challenging the conditions and hardships they face in the United States.


Additional sections of the following spring classes have been ADDED:

INTE 742/THEO 606 Baptist Polity

Professor Heim

This course section will meet ON CAMPUS Tuesday, 2:00-4:50 p.m.

Baptist heritage and theology traced from Anabaptists through British and U.S. developments. Present structure, practices, and concerns of American Baptist Churches USA. Recommended for those seeking ordination in the ABC/USA, but open to all. Limit: 20.

THEO 614 (01) Systematic Theology II

Professor Valentin

Thursday, 9:00 - 11:50 a.m.

This course builds upon the foundations and objectives of Systematic Theology I, examining in particular issues related to the topics of Christology, Ecclesiology, and a Christian Theology of Religions. Prerequisite: THEO 611. Limit: 25.

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Courses deleted

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Courses revised

November 22, 2013

THEO 712S: Screening Theology: Theological Reflection In and Through Film has been MOVED from Thursday morning TO Wednesday, 2:00 - 4:50 p.m.

THEO 772S:  Liberation Theology has been MOVED FROM the spring 2014 semesterTO summer sessions 2 & 3, 9:00 a.m. - noon.


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Updates to Policies for Financial Aid, Academics, and Admissions

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