Fuller Theological Seminary offers a wide range of courses dealing with peacemaking in all three schools: Theology, Intercultural Studies, and Psychology.
Peacemaking that is based on the way of Jesus depends on rigorous study of the New Testament. Fuller offers an emphasis in Christian Ethics for many of its Masters degrees, including the ThM, and for its PhD in Theology.
In addition to this emphasis, students can incorporate into their studies many of these courses related to peacemaking offered at Fuller:
School of Theology
CO521 Ethnic Identities in the Media
ET520 Biblical and Practical Peacemaking
ET528 Creation Care and Sabbath Economics
ET540 Peacemaking in Israel and Palestine
** Based in Palestine and Israel **
ET543 The Theology and Ethics of Martin Luther King, Jr.
ET546 God and Globalization
ET548 Philosophy of Justice
NS563 Race and Christian Identity in the New Testament
NT556 Jesus, the Church, and Violence
School of Intercultural Studies
MR556 Current Trends in Islam
School of Psychology
FI515 Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Clinical Practice
Last Updated: February 10, 2014