|IN THIS ISSUE|| Volume 12 Issue # 5 - May, 2012|
* Congratulations To Our April 2012 Virtual Campus M.A. (Religion) Degree Graduates
* Dr. Andy Peterson To Speak At The Business Ethics Today Conference
* RTS On iTunes U Update
* April Orientation Seminar Update
* Virtual Campus Orientation Seminars
* Important Information Concerning Virtual Student Accounts
* 2012-2013 Tuition And Fees
* Derek Thomas acts Commentary, Christian Book Award Finalist
* Dr. Michael Kruger Launches Blog
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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR APRIL 2012 VIRTUAL CAMPUS M.A. (RELIGION) DEGREE GRADUATES.
Christopher Tillman, of Plover, WI, is the 100th graduate of the Virtual Campus M.A. (Religion) degree program. He is pursuing ordination in the Baptist General Conference. His thesis title was: Paul and the Corinthians: Toward A Biblical Paradigm for Understanding Personal Suffering and the Life of The Pastor. Dr. Mark House served as Christopher’s thesis advisor.
Jamin Hubner of Rapid City, SD is the Instructor of Theology at John Witherspoon College. His thesis topic was: A Case For Female Deacons. Dr. Mark House served as Jamin’s thesis advisor.
DR. ANDY PETERSON TO SPEAK AT THE BUSINESS ETHICS TODAY CONFERENCE
At the 2012 Business Ethics Conference, June 1-2, 2012, RTS Virtual Campus President, Dr. Andrew Peterson will be leading a breakout session.There are scholarships available for 5 to 10 students until mid-May to attend
. For more information about the conference, click here.
RTS ON iTUNES U UPDATE
RTS on iTunes U now features full courses with everything you need, all within the new iTunes U app. The first course to get this treatment is History of Christianity II with Dr. Don Fortson. This new course also includes an all new, interactive course notebook that was developed exclusively for the iPad. Available for the introductory price of $9.99, the History II notebook contains all lecture outlines, readings, and many interactive elements that bring this course to life. For more on these offerings, please visit http://itunes.rts.edu. To purchase the new History of Christianity II notebook, click here.
APRIL ORIENTATION SEMINAR UPDATE
The 2nd Orientation Seminar of 2012 was held on the campus of RTS/Charlotte from April 23-25, 2012. In addition to the regular activities in the syllabus, 15 M.A. (Religion) students from around the USA, Canada, United Kingdom and South Africa discussed possible thesis topics, participated in individual advisement sessions, and got a better idea of the components of the M.A. (Religion) degree.
VIRTUAL CAMPUS ORIENTATION SEMINARS
Virtual M.A. (Religion) students are required to complete an Orientation Seminar on an RTS campus near the beginning of their degree work. However, the Orientation Seminar is much more than just a requirement. Orientation is an invaluable opportunity for students to visit an RTS campus, hear lectures from RTS professors, visit a top-notch theological library, meet with personal advisors from the RTS/Virtual staff, and network with other students. To register, contact Alice Hathaway, Virtual Registrar at ext. 235.
Upcoming dates for Orientation Seminars are:
Monday-Wednesday, June 25-27 (Charlotte)
Monday-Wednesday, August 27-29 (Charlotte)
Monday-Wednesday, October, 29-31 (Charlotte)
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT CONCERNING VIRTUAL STUDENT ACCOUNTS
Attention RTS Virtual students: Beginning April 1, 2012, if you have a question about your student statement, you will need to call toll-free number (877-923-1717) or email Jason Dill (email@example.com) to inquire about your account. Also, you may contact the Virtual Registrar who can view your account; however, if adjustments need to be made, then Jason Dill will need to be contacted. Concerning the setup of a Payment Plan, students will work with the Virtual business manager/registrar to set up a payment plan for that term.
2012-2013 TUITION AND FEES
Beginning June 1, 2012, the tuition and fees rates will be as follows:
Tuition: $415 per credit hour
Course Delivery and Support Fee: $50 per credit hour
DEREK THOMAS ACTS COMMENTARY, CHRISTIAN BOOK AWARD FINALIST
Acts (part of the Reformed Expository Commentary series) by Derek W. H. Thomas, has been selected as a finalist for the 2012 Christian Book Awards. The Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA), sponsor of the annual awards, notes that the winners represent "Christian publishing's finest books and Bibles of the year." A total of forty finalists in seven categories from sixteen publishing companies are included among the finalists.
In his exposition of Acts, Thomas points to evidence of the continuing ministry of Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit. He applies biblical truth in contemporary context as he presents lessons for missions, church growth, and Christians' engagement with postmodernity.
Derek W. H. Thomas, Ph.D., is Minister of Preaching and Teaching at First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina, and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Systematic and Historical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary. Dr. Thomas is the editorial director for the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and is the editor of its online magazine, reformation21.org. He is author of numerous books, including Give Praise to God and What is Providence? He and his wife, Rosemary, have two adult children.
DR, MICHAEL KRUGER LAUNCHES BLOG
Dr. Michael Kruger, professor of New Testament and academic dean at RTS/Charlotte, has launched a new blog titled Canon Fodder (having to do with the origins of the NT canon along with other issues). Click here to learn more. He's also on Twitter!
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