Radical Hospitality: Welcoming the Stranger through a Theology of Hospitality

MISS 0565 (3)

Introduces students to a biblical theology and practice of Christian hospitality. Drawing from the history of Christian hospitality, learners will develop an understanding of how to contextualize and apply a theology of hospitality to current ethical challenges that surround host and stranger relations. This exploration of Christian hospitality will provide an alternative framework for guiding communities in establishing boundaries, discerning risk and embracing the surprise of the stranger. Same as PAST 0565.
Course Code: MISS 0565 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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