World religions course set to begin Tuesday

EDMONTON – More than 25 people, including 16 online students will begin studying world religions Tuesday, September 28 through a course presented by Concordia Lutheran Seminary, Edmonton. Taught by Dr. Edward Kettner, the four two-hour classes will cover Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam. Classes begin at 7 p.m. MT (9 p.m. ET)and are scheduled for September 28, October 5, 12, 26.

The world religions course is part of the seminary’s Quest program for lay persons. It began in 2001 with “The Catechism for Daily Life” also taught by Dr. Kettner.

The online group includes at least 10 members of Lutheran Women’s Missionary League–Canada who decided to take the course together.

All students pay the $25 tuition and online students download software that allows full participation in the class. For more information contact Sandra Esperanza or go to the seminary’s website.

Posted By: Matthew Block
Posted On: September 27, 2010
Posted In: Education News,

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