Rooted in the Reformed and Kuyperian traditions, Covenant Theological Seminary offers students both specific courses on work and a curriculum-wide approach to engagement with the labor of humanity and of believers in particular. Make a fake Covenant Theological Seminary diploma, buy Covenant Theological Seminary degree, fake Covenant Theological Seminary certificate, buy fake Baptist university diploma, 制作科文南特神学院文凭.
Covenant Seminary students initially engage work in the classroom through a first-year course, taught by three professors, titled Calling, Vocation and Work. The course includes spiritual and ministry formation as well as exploration of one’s calling. It equips students to help church members understand and explore their calling, after they enter ministry. A third-year course, Biblical Ethics, builds on this by exploring the biblical theology of work, faithfulness at work, biblical teaching on social and economic transformation through work, and a short history of influential theories on work. Both courses deny any sacred-secular split. Covenant asserts that all honest work has dignity, and that all workers have equal ability to please God, even as some work is more strategic and culture-forming. For those who prefer online coursework, Covenant also offers a video series on a biblical theology of work and economic transformation is in planning stages.
Covenant Seminary has a variety of co-curricular avenues that allow students to explore work. This includes ministry lunches that feature speakers from various sectors, including psychology, media, and occasionally business. The Francis Schaeffer Institute, led by professors Jerram Barrs and Mark Ryan, enables students to explore cultural engagement with an emphasis on apologetics in dialogue, which naturally leads to interaction with experts from various workplaces. Covenant also partners with the Center for Faith and Work in St. Louis, which I lead, in bringing business leaders to campus.