Saturdays, beginning March 18, 10:00 am - Noon, USC Office Meeting Room
Instructor: Dr. Michele Coleman, Ph.D., LUT
The class will be 8 weeks; however, there will not be a class on March 25, April 29 or May 6.
With that in mind, the last class would be May 27.
Course Description: The History of New Thought & Unity explores the origin and development of the ideas, beliefs and practices that characterize the New Thought movement. Particular attention is placed on the history and development of Unity.
Course Learning Objectives:
By the end of the course learners will be able to:
· Explain principles and main influences of the New Thought movement.
· Identify some of the key people and major events in the development of both the New Thought and Unity spiritual movements.
· Examine the development of Unity School of Christianity and Association of Unity Churches and their respective missions.
Vahle, Neal. The Unity Movement: Its Evolution and Spiritual Teachings. Philadelphia, PA: Templeton Press, 2002.