Synthesizing Courses (Level 3) - TH30607 - 1.5 Credits
Contextual theology acknowledges that every expression of the Christian faith arises from a particular time and setting. Culture, experiences, social location, and social change all contribute to the context in which we live and move and have our being.
In addition to the objectives the learners identify for themselves, participants who successfully completes this course will be able to:
- Increase self-awareness concerning the contextual limitations and assumptions of our own theology.
- Appreciate the diversity of ways in which the Word Made Flesh is received and understood because of differences in cultures and experiences
- Expand our own faith horizons by becoming acquainted with theological beliefs, symbols, and practices from other contexts.
- Promote global dialogue and understanding in and through the church.
- All resources will be provided.