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Study Abroad 2016

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The Birth of the Early Church: Study Abroad to Greece 

What: Follow in the footsteps of Paul of Tarsus for two weeks in Greece as we travel from Neapolis (Kavala) to Crete, exploring the cities in which Christianity first grew. We’ll visit archaeological sites, shrines and museums as we encounter the material world in which some ancient pagans first came to switch their allegiance to a crucified Jewish rabbi.  Click here for the two-week itinerary: Brochure.

When: May 15-29, 2016 (Application Deadline through the Study Abroad Office is March 1, 2016)

Who: Dr. Benjamin L. White is the faculty leader of the trip, which is open to all Clemson students. 

Why: Earn course credit (3 credits: REL 4100) while encountering the material world of the early Church through an immersion experience that will:

1) illumine various aspects of the New Testament;
2) provide a real sense of the geography and history of early Christianity; 
3) heighten awareness of the pagan world in which Christianity was born; and
4) help you to understand the history and culture of Greece.

 Cost:

  • Tuition for 6 hours: $1,965
  • Summer School Fee: $12
  • Program Fee: $2,600
    -Housing (13 nights, 4* hotels)
    -13 Breakfasts and Dinners
    -Insurance
    -Air, Sea and Land Transportation within Greece
    -All entry fees, tips, service charges and local taxes
  • Books: $100
  • Airfare: Not included, approximately $1,400 (depending on originating airport and use of airline miles)
  • Lunch and Spending $$: Approximately $250
  • Total: $6,327

For more information, contact Dr. White (bwhite5@clemson.edu) or join our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/360916473994772/