Zinzendorf School of Doctoral Studies, ZSDS, will be offering a seminar on research methods for the coming colloquium in November.
Through this seminar, students are expected to identify different projects, how to evaluate and choose their research topics. ZSDS is also striving to provide plentiful of books and students will be able to utilize library and computer resources.
The Doctoral Committee will also review presentations from DMin. and PhD candidates during the gathering.
The seminar will be taught by Dr. Creig Marlowe with a focus on introducing research methods and materials necessary for producing doctoral thesis and their projects. He will also guide students on how to write academic papers capable of being published.
Dr. Marlowe is currently a faculty member at the Evangelical Theological Faculty (ETF) in Belgium. He has taught several courses on Old Testament Survey, Old Testament History and Geography as well as Hermeneutics. He also has numerous experiences in pastoral/educational ministry throughout Europe and the United State.