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Study with Len Sweet

Semiotics, Communication,
& Spirit Hermeneutics

Doctor of Theology & Ministry


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Michael Beck


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Open and Relational Theology



Doctor of Theology & Ministry


November 4-5, Napa, CA

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I really liked taking care of the tuition separately, being accepted and still having some time for paperwork (recommendations & transcripts) and the separate billing for the fees as the process goes forward.  It made it feel do-able and very personal, like I am working closely and in-relationship with Northwind.  


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Northwind offers a new style of online learning: Guided Education

When thinking about a seminary course, the common image is a professor in the front of a room, lecturing, and asking or answering questions. Sometimes facilitating peer learning in small discussion groups. This allows students to learn in a very direct way, but it is not the only way to teach. Northwind Theological Seminary courses are designed for the individual student who is taking a course anywhere (wifi available), anytime (at the student’s pace), on any device (computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone). 

The Pedagogy or teaching philosophy at Northwind is Guided Education. Faculty-Mentors vet resources, 
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