Ministry in the Margins: Poverty, Inequality and Justice

MISS 0655 (3)

Explores theology and practical ministry through a socio-economic lens. Students will seek to discover how one’s social location and economic status impact theological priorities, ethical positions, ecclesiological emphases, biblical hermenutics and spiritual formation. Amidst such self-reflection the course will present alternative approaches to theology and ministry that stem from the perspective of the poor and marginalized. Same as PAST 0655.
Course Code: MISS 0655 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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