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#1 User is offline   earthsongs 

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Posted 06 December 2008 - 12:36 PM

Greetings,

I am new to this site of ULC Seminary, and I must say it looks like a huge, and wonderfully full of information. And look forward to
diving into much of it. My first question concerns ULC and this site.

Does ULC of Modesto Calif reconize this site as a extension of them? and are all credits or courses enter changable between
the two sites?

I looking to improve my studies of Spirituality and helping others in their quest of seeking. What course are reccomended for
such and what degress should I seek to acreited myself in the world as such.

I am looking forward to the responses and appreciate your time in my request.

Many Blessings

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Posted 07 December 2008 - 02:06 AM

View Postearthsongs, on Dec 6 2008, 11:36 AM, said:

Greetings,

I am new to this site of ULC Seminary, and I must say it looks like a huge, and wonderfully full of information. And look forward to
diving into much of it. My first question concerns ULC and this site.

Does ULC of Modesto Calif reconize this site as a extension of them? and are all credits or courses enter changable between
the two sites?

I looking to improve my studies of Spirituality and helping others in their quest of seeking. What course are reccomended for
such and what degress should I seek to acreited myself in the world as such.

I am looking forward to the responses and appreciate your time in my request.

Many Blessings

Arthur


Grace and peace, Arthur!

I too am new to this forum (but not new to the ULC) and look forward to sharing with our members. In answer to your question about the connection between ULC, Modesto and ULC Monastery - as of August 1, 2006, no connection exists!

The ULC Seminary is a third party in the ULC. Founded by Rev. Amy Long, the ULC Seminary strives to provide ministerial training materials relevant to our membership. I applaud Rev. Long in her establishing this resource for us. You can read more about this topic Here.

Please see: Here for the "official" Seminary Notice and Here for Wikipedia's ULC entry.

Since you are looking to add to your studies in Spirituality, I would recommend The Master of Spirituality - Defining Spirituality Course. The MASTER OF METAPHYSICS - SPIRIT-QUEST Course also may be something you would find helpful.

I would also recommend a Doctor of Divinity or Doctor of Ministry degree to you. Each of these would add credibility to your ministerial work.

I pray something written above proves helpful to you as you grow in Spirit and Truth.

in blessing, bless
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Posted 07 December 2008 - 10:43 AM

View Postrev_wayne, on Dec 6 2008, 11:06 PM, said:

View Postearthsongs, on Dec 6 2008, 11:36 AM, said:

Greetings,

I am new to this site of ULC Seminary, and I must say it looks like a huge, and wonderfully full of information. And look forward to
diving into much of it. My first question concerns ULC and this site.

Does ULC of Modesto Calif reconize this site as a extension of them? and are all credits or courses enter changable between
the two sites?

I looking to improve my studies of Spirituality and helping others in their quest of seeking. What course are reccomended for
such and what degress should I seek to acreited myself in the world as such.

I am looking forward to the responses and appreciate your time in my request.

Many Blessings

Arthur


Grace and peace, Arthur!

I too am new to this forum (but not new to the ULC) and look forward to sharing with our members. In answer to your question about the connection between ULC, Modesto and ULC Monastery - as of August 1, 2006, no connection exists!

The ULC Seminary is a third party in the ULC. Founded by Rev. Amy Long, the ULC Seminary strives to provide ministerial training materials relevant to our membership. I applaud Rev. Long in her establishing this resource for us. You can read more about this topic Here.

Please see: Here for the "official" Seminary Notice and Here for Wikipedia's ULC entry.

Since you are looking to add to your studies in Spirituality, I would recommend The Master of Spirituality - Defining Spirituality Course. The MASTER OF METAPHYSICS - SPIRIT-QUEST Course also may be something you would find helpful.

I would also recommend a Doctor of Divinity or Doctor of Ministry degree to you. Each of these would add credibility to your ministerial work.

I pray something written above proves helpful to you as you grow in Spirit and Truth.

in blessing, bless
+Wayne


Thank You Wayne,

Helpful in deed. From what I can tell the courses are different here that what is offered at the ULC headquaters. Maybe I will do them both not sure on that. But I did sign up here for the Spirit Quest study and am looking forward to getting started with it. Yes its truly nice that Amy Long has put this all together for everyone here. I am hoping in time I can take a lot more studies here looks like a bunch of good material to take in. Thanks again.

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Posted 07 December 2008 - 11:09 AM

just to clear something up,the courses offered here are not interchangable with the ones from hq.

i have a degree from hq,and one from here.while both sites offer degrees with the same name,they have different course content,and as such,serve different purposes.depending on what your looking for(church history vs a more indepth study on a subject),either can serve you well.just make sure to read the course content before signing up.
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Posted 07 December 2008 - 11:27 AM

View Postrev mark, on Dec 7 2008, 08:09 AM, said:

just to clear something up,the courses offered here are not interchangable with the ones from hq.

i have a degree from hq,and one from here.while both sites offer degrees with the same name,they have different course content,and as such,serve different purposes.depending on what your looking for(church history vs a more indepth study on a subject),either can serve you well.just make sure to read the course content before signing up.


Thank You Rev. Mark,

Yep I do see the difference in the courses at both sites and understand they are not same in material and content. From what I can tell thus far both are quality. I am interested
several areas of study so I may be using both as you mention. Thanks again for your input and I appericate it much so.

Many Blessings
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Posted 07 December 2008 - 04:27 PM

HQ courses do not count for credit here at the seminary for 1 major reason, the material covered in the HQ course is not written to the same standard the material here is.
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Posted 13 December 2008 - 06:47 AM

true josh.however,the courses from hq are based on kirbys teachings concerning the church.the ones here are written with a more indepth study of a subject in mind.

i don't think even kirby would object. :thumbsup:
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Posted 13 December 2008 - 10:01 AM

Well I have recieved the first lesson of the course material for Spirit Quest. I found it to be very good and am looking forward to more of the lessons now. As for the differences in courses there seems to be much more offered here. But I also see that the HQ classes offer some in depth teachings of the ULC chruch and how it has gotten to where it is today. I look forward to taking some of this material also. Even thou they really do not apply to the degrees here. Be good to have both I think for my own knowledge. Thanks Josh and Rev Mark.

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