This Master’s curriculum will not only deepen the student’s knowledge and experience with A Course in Miracles, it will also deepen their awareness and appreciation of other faith traditions, as well.
Students will have opportunities to discuss their curriculum with Rev. Dr. Jon Mundy. They will also have the support of mentors who have their Doctorates of Divinity, as well as years of experience practicing and teaching A Course in Miracles. Here are some highlights from the sample curriculum below:
September: Reality and Responding to the Call
- Describe your Ministry
- Describe your methodology for increasing your knowledge of God
- Describe Reality versus the Appearance of reality according to ACIM
- Discuss difference between Level One and Two as described by Dr. Kenneth Wapnick in “What it Says: From the Preface of ACIM
- History of Mysticism, Philosophy and Religion
October: Comparing Thought Systems
- Describe Common Characteristics of Religion
- Explore different practices among followers of these belief systems: ACIM, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
- Describe ACIM Two Thought Systems. Incorporate the meaning and use of sin, guilt, fear, judgment, projection, salvation, Heaven and hell, into your discussion.
November: Sacred Symbols, Faith, Belief, Vision, and Reason
- Discuss how the meaning of time, place, symbols, and objects serve as fundamental blocks for primitive and developed religions
- Define and contrast the meaning of faith, belief, vision, and reason, versus judgment, projection, and madness in ACIM, as utilized by the ego’s thought system versus the Holy Spirit’s.
- Explain what ACIM means when it states, “For faith can keep the Son of God in chains as long as he believes he is in chains.” (T-21.III.3:3)
- Choose a verse or section from the Gospel of Thomas and write a reflection.