The Bethel University Department of History prepares students who are “bilingual,” imaginatively comfortable in a historic past and actively engaged with the present.While we serve a variety of constituencies (including, as scholars, professional societies and the larger academy), our mission is centered on teaching and student learning.1. Our students will gain a broad knowledge of human history, deepened by the integration of Christian faith and learning, the recurrence of marginalization and interconnectedness as historical themes, and the development of their own particular passions and interests.Believing that all of God’s creation including all human beings, who bear the image of God is worthy of study, we have constructed our curriculum broadly, so that it familiarizes students with the histories of peoples from multiple regions, including the United States, Europe, and parts of the Global South. Our curriculum features survey courses that each give an overview of a region, era, and/or field while also enabling faculty to teach to their interests and expertise and students to conduct more focused study on narrow topics of their selection.Within this admittedly broad objective, our curriculum and courses will reflect the following shared emphases:We affirm that our faith and learning are necessarily interrelated, so courses will frequently lead students to consider what is distinctive about the discipline of history as Christians practice it.
Being a “brave” person, each time when I had to face this fear I would mentally try to “fight back” but the fear inside the mind and body did not disappear. I was always fighting a losing battle, with fear gripping my mind. I have been trying to fight this fear at the surface level whenever it appeared to haunt me.
It’s quite a thriving exciting little city. As you approach Corleone there are three roads into town, sort of in a triangle, and it’s right in the middle of these incredible bluffs. These cliffs that look down on it. As with the modem, the important part is describing how the signal is encoded on the LP. They’ll have no trouble building a record player 50 years from now. (Assuming they don’t just photograph the LPs with the 3D terapixel camera on their iPhone 54, and then write an app to extract the signal from the photo.)5.
Fundamentally, the need for Multicultural Counselling Competencies (MCC) is due to diverging notions of mental health and healing between clients and therapists who are culturally different from each other. There is ample literature on Multicultural Counselling Competencies. However most of this body of research has been conducted using quantitative approaches.