Antiochian House of Studies

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The Antiochian House of Studies is an umbrella organization for the graduate-level study of Orthodox Theology and related subjects. Providing a forum for all the theological and pastoral education activities of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America]], who sponsers it.  
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The '''Antiochian House of Studies''' is an umbrella organization for the graduate-level study of Orthodox Theology and related subjects. Providing a forum for all the theological and pastoral education activities of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America]], who sponsers it.  
 
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== Programs ==
 
== Programs ==
 
 
The Antiochian House of Studies offers four degree programs, three of which are accreditted.  
 
The Antiochian House of Studies offers four degree programs, three of which are accreditted.  
  
 
The [[St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology]] offers a certificate in Orthodox Theology and, though accredited, is respected in the Antiochian Archdiocese and others. It does not automatically qualify the recipient for ordination, but may be helpful to that end, under the direction of the hierarchs.  
 
The [[St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology]] offers a certificate in Orthodox Theology and, though accredited, is respected in the Antiochian Archdiocese and others. It does not automatically qualify the recipient for ordination, but may be helpful to that end, under the direction of the hierarchs.  
  
The [[St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology]] offers a Master of Arts in Applied Orthodox Theology and is accredited through St. John Damascus School of Theology in Lebanon.
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The St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology offers a Master of Arts in Applied Orthodox Theology and is accredited through [[St. John of Damascus Institute of Theology (Tripoli, Lebanon)|St. John Damascus School of Theology]] in Lebanon.
  
The [[Doctor of Ministry]] program offers a terminal doctor of ministry degree and is accredited through the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.
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The [[w:Doctor_of_Ministry|Doctor of Ministry]] program offers a terminal doctor of ministry degree and is accredited through the Pittsburgh Theological [[Seminary]].
  
The Pastoral Care program offers a degree in pastoral care for working clergy, ministers, and psychologists in the Church.
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The Pastoral Care program offers a degree in pastoral care for working [[clergy]], ministers, and psychologists in the Church.
  
 
The Clergy Symposium is a biennial conference for all clergy of the Archdiocese, and provides a forum for both theory and praxis in the ministry of the priesthood.
 
The Clergy Symposium is a biennial conference for all clergy of the Archdiocese, and provides a forum for both theory and praxis in the ministry of the priesthood.
  
 
== Administration ==
 
== Administration ==
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The director is Fr. Joseph Allen. The adminstrative staff consists of Dn. Peter, and there are several other revolving administrators as part of the Antiochian Village.
  
The director is Fr. Joseph Allen. The adminstrative staff consists of Dn. Peter, and there are several other revolving administrators as part of the Antiochian Village.
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[[Deacon]] Peter can be reached at  (201) 569–0095 or theoedu1@aol.com.
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==Source==
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*[http://www.antiochian.org/studies  Antiochian House of Studies]
  
Deacon Peter can be reached at  (201) 569–0095 or theoedu1@aol.com.
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[[Category: Distance Education Programs]]
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[[Category: Educational Institutions]]

Revision as of 12:52, December 10, 2012

The Antiochian House of Studies is an umbrella organization for the graduate-level study of Orthodox Theology and related subjects. Providing a forum for all the theological and pastoral education activities of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, who sponsers it.

Programs

The Antiochian House of Studies offers four degree programs, three of which are accreditted.

The St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology offers a certificate in Orthodox Theology and, though accredited, is respected in the Antiochian Archdiocese and others. It does not automatically qualify the recipient for ordination, but may be helpful to that end, under the direction of the hierarchs.

The St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology offers a Master of Arts in Applied Orthodox Theology and is accredited through St. John Damascus School of Theology in Lebanon.

The Doctor of Ministry program offers a terminal doctor of ministry degree and is accredited through the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

The Pastoral Care program offers a degree in pastoral care for working clergy, ministers, and psychologists in the Church.

The Clergy Symposium is a biennial conference for all clergy of the Archdiocese, and provides a forum for both theory and praxis in the ministry of the priesthood.

Administration

The director is Fr. Joseph Allen. The adminstrative staff consists of Dn. Peter, and there are several other revolving administrators as part of the Antiochian Village.

Deacon Peter can be reached at (201) 569–0095 or theoedu1@aol.com.

Source

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