Modern Missiological Issues
— CHRI 362 (3)
Christ's command to make disciples of all nations is still relevant. As the gospel has been brought to the nations and throughout the history of missions, there have been dominant missiological issues in each period. Briefly examines some of these historical issues and then focuses on contemporary missiological issues. Some of the issues considered are mission and evangelism strategy, the poor and mission, justice and reconciliation, missions and modernity, urban mission, contextualization, social sciences and mission, women and mission, children and mission, and evangelism and social action. Prerequisites: BSTH 101, 102.
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