RE 223 Ancient Christianity
S2M 2012 CH
Andrews, Claude ("Tweetybird")
Senior Adjunct Faculty
B. A., M. Ed., M, Div.All advanced work toward Ph. D. completed, pre-lims and research approval--except for dissertation (not completed due to family illness)
Home office: Creative Living Associates, 147 Hoop Pole Creek Drive, Atlantic Beach, NC 28512
Place and time for individual consultation can be arranged by mutual agreement between the instructor and student upon student's request.
Phone cell number is 252-903-6666, and if Tweetybird is unavailable, please leave a very brief voice message with phone number and area code--he does not have a land-line phone.
Other possible contact and/or message through Park Admin Office at 252-466-2655
--Please use BOTH e-mail addresses when making any contact
March 19-May 13, 2012
7:30 - 10:00 PM
There are no prerequisites, although since this is a 200 course, good reading and writing skills and proper use of APA citations and references are important and required.
Textbooks can be purchased through the MBS bookstore
Textbooks can be purchased through the Parkville Bookstore
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Last Updated:3/12/2012 11:05:36 AM