Syllabi - Topic: missions - 9 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 2017 course by Lisa Hoff at Gateway Seminary provides an "introduction to cultural anthropology"
A 2013 course by Wafik Wahba at Tyndale Seminary "examines the main features of the postmodern culture" for the sake of mission work.
A Fall 2015 course by Adam J. Copeland at Luther Seminary surveys biblical texts "related to giving and stewardship of resources" and treats "practical application to contemporary congregational life and preaching."
A 2016 course by Allan Karr at Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary "is an introduction to missiology."
A course by Howard Culbertson at Southern Nazarene University "combines intercultural studies, anthropology, history, cross-cultural communications and theology" in service of understanding missionology with respect to "biblical motivations, historical background and current strategies."
A 2012 course by Frances Adeney at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary " provides a contemporary analysis of Christian mission across cultures. Biblical, theological, and contextual features of the interaction with people of other religions combine with theological appraisals of appropriate mission practices in those settings."
A 2013 course by Cliff Kirkpatrick at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary surveys "the development of Christianity through mission and evangelization using a combination of historical and theological approaches."
A 2011 course by Frances Adeney at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary "provides a study of current issues in the international missiological discussion and/or national and local mission contexts. . . . [with] focus on human rights and ecology as mission issues."
A 2010 course by Frances Adeney at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary uses "biographies of prominent figures in mission and evangelism . . . [to] learn about calling, motivation, contexts, and purposes of local and global mission." Focus is on "late nineteenth and twentieth century persons from various traditions."