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April Online Seminars
March 7, 2013
Our new series featuring Christian Science Monitor writers and editors is going strong! April's seminar will be taught by Kendra Nordin, staff editor for the paper's weekly print edition and producer of the Monitor's Stir It Up! recipe blog. Join in this exploration of American cooking—from the 1800s to the present—and add a few recipes to your collection while you're at it. Nordin's class begins April 1.
April's Bible Series seminar will delve into the Old Testament as Professor Mike Hamilton guides students through the Jews' experience after their return from exile in Babylon. Learn about their difficult readjustment and the renewal they experienced as a result. Hamilton's class begins April 2.
Both seminars run for four weeks and include weekly live sessions with your instructor and classmates. Save your spot in one of these seminars today:
An American Culinary Journey: From Succotash to Urban Chickens Faculty: Kendra Nordin Live sessions meet Monday evenings, starting April 1, 7:30–8:30 p.m. CDT
Discover the impact technology and world events have had on the food we eat and the way we prepare it, starting with the late 1800s through today's farm-to-table movement. Each week includes a recipe from the time period under discussion.
Israel's Life with God—"The Writings" Faculty: Mike Hamilton Live sessions meet Tuesday evenings, starting April 2, 7:30–8:30 p.m. CDT
Explore what happened after the Jews' return from exile in Babylon. Learn about the adjustments required of them and the rebirth that resulted.
Read full seminar descriptions and register today—with special pricing of only $95 per seminar!