Practicum 3: Technology

Course number: DEPS1203 • Credit hours: 1.5 hrs


 

Distance Education Course: Theology of information guides development of information technology solutions in Christian ministry.

Course Description: Is there such a thing as a “”theology of information?”” Is God even interested in our use of technology? The proliferation of ministry/church-based computing compels the wise Christian leader to consider the use of storage and retrieval of information within a wider context of careful planning and decision-making. In this practicum, students will be introduced to strategies for fiscally responsible use of information technologies.

Course Textbooks: Available on request.

    Instructor:  Burton Janes

Biography: Burton K. Janes lives in Newfoundland where he is the Managing Editor of Good Tidings, the official publication of The Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland & Labrador, & Archivist with the denomination. He and his wife, Sherry, live in Bay Roberts with their children, Krista & Christopher, & their border collie, Madisyn.

On a hot day, Burton enjoys an ice cold glass of water.

Education:
Memorial University, St. John’s, NL (B.A., Religious Studies, 1977; minor, Philosophy)
Eastern Pentecostal Bible College, Peterborough, ON (Dip.Th., 1979)
Memorial University (M.A., History, 1991)

 


Course Costs

IT Fees $ 36.00




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