New NTSx Class, Brains and Embodiment, offered for 10 Hours Lifelong Learning

Understanding the relationship between our brains and bodies influences our ethics, worship, and our understanding of religious experience.

NTSx is partnering with Blueprint 1543 to offer this online life long learning course that addresses the basics of psychology in service to theology, how our brain works, and how the influence of worship and spiritual formation.

5 hours of viewing, short quizzes, and online reading/discussion totaling 10 hours of CEU credit. The five-week course begins November 7 with ample time to complete course work each week. Student guided discussion occurs online Thursday through Saturday.

Register at NTSx and enroll in Brains and Embodiment.

For more information contact Dr. Dean G. Blevins

dgblevins@nts.edu

About Dean G. Blevins

Dr. Dean G. Blevins currently serves as Professor of Practical Theology and Christian Discipleship at Nazarene Theological Seminary. An ordained elder, Dean has ministered in diverse settings and currently also serves at the USA Regional Education Coordinator for the Church of the Nazarene. A prolific author, Dr. Blevins recently co-wrote the textbook Discovering Discipleship and edits Didache: Faithful Teaching, a journal for Wesleyan Education.
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