United is a United Methodist-related seminary with a substantial library and archives, a Center for Evangelical United Brethren Heritage and as many as ten Wesleyan-Methodist professors serving on the faculty.
Dayton, OH (PRWEB) April 27, 2012
United Theological Seminary is pleased to announce a new Wesleyan-Methodist Studies emphasis for its Master of Divinity curriculum, to begin in the Fall of 2012. It is designed for students who wish to go deeper in learning about the resources of this rich theological heritage. Students may engage with the sermons and other writings of John Wesley, Wesleyan hymnody, the Evangelical United Brethren heritage, Methodist practices of class meetings, revivals and reform, and related movements with a focus upon holiness and sanctification.
United is a United Methodist-related seminary with a substantial library and archives, a Center for Evangelical United Brethren Heritage and as many as ten Wesleyan-Methodist professors serving on the faculty. The seminary is committed to using its resources to strengthen the Wesleyan/Methodist understanding, identity and spiritual formation of those preparing for leadership in ministry in The United Methodist Church and other pan-Methodist denominations.
For more information about this program, please visit United’s website at http://www.united.edu and choose Future Students/Master’s Degree Programs or contact Dr. Andrew Wood, Coordinator of Pan-Methodist Recruitment at awood(at)united.edu or 800-322-5817.
United Theological Seminary, founded in 1871, is affiliated with The United Methodist Church, graduating dozens of pastors and other church leaders each year to serve in congregations and other ministries in the United States and around the world. In recent years the seminary has revised its curriculum to focus upon education for Church Renewal. United is currently one of the fastest growing seminaries in the United States.