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American Christian College Extension Classes To Begin In Tsukuba: December 1997

Author: Author unknown, Issue: December 1997, Topic: Classes

The American Christian College, affiliated with Milligan College in Tennessee, will begin offering extensions classes in January at the YMCA/Tsukuba Christian Center. This term, three courses will be offered, Cosmology and the Evidence for Design (2 hrs.), Contemporary Japanese Mind (2 hrs.) and History of Western Civilization (1 hr.). Each course will run for 10 weeks and can be taken for credit or audit. The exact schedule is still being worked out, but Monday and Wednesday nights being the likely times. For course descriptions, schedules, fees and other information, call or fax the American Christian College (attn. Paul Axton) at (03)5389-2734 or locally at (0298)56-2167. Email: <106171.1446[at]compuserve.com> Further details in next month's issue.

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