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th-634-christain-apologetics
Category: Theology
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

An introduction to the rational defense of the Christian faith including both the identificationof evidence or grounds for Christian belief as well as evidence against non-Christian beliefs. We will also consider the biblical ground of apologetics, different models of apologetics, and the specific apologetic challenges of modernism and postmodernism.

Professor Randal Rauser
Details Type: Semester  Location: Taylor  Credits:3
th-534-christian-worldview
Category: Theology
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

An introduction to the concept of worldview and the lineaments of the Christian worldview and Christian mind. The course will include both an introduction to the way that Christian  belief impacts all Christian thinking as well as a critical analysis of major challenges to the Christian worldview such as atheistic naturalism, postmodernism and consumerism.

Professor Randal Rauser
Details Type: Semester  Location: Taylor  Credits:3
th-532-systematic-theology-ii
Category: Theology
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

A continuation of TH 531. Included are the doctrines of Christ, salvation, the Holy Spirit, the Church, and the last things.

Professor Randal Rauser
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
ch-422-church-history-since-1500

Course Description:

An introduction to the historical development of
the church from the Reformation to the present.

Professor Randal Rauser
Details Type: Online  Location: Online  Credits:3
mi-540-developing-christian-social-ministries
Category: Missions
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

This course focuses on principles foundational to the development of social programs in developing countries meant for building the Kingdom of God. Attention will be given to theological foundations for social action, formulating strategies for addressing social problems, management of social programs, and issues of sustainability.

Professor Joost Pikkert
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-543-healing-mission-of-the-church
Category: Missions
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

An exploration of the holistic nature of the church's mission that addresses biblical, theological, historical, missiological and pastoral perspectives on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing, providing students with the conceptual foundations for a healing ministry through the local congregation.

Professor Allan Effa
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-432-integral-mission
Category: Missions
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

Course Description:

A study of God's mission and the role of God's people in the fulfillment of His mission.

Professor Allan Effa
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3
mi-534-intercultural-communications
Category: Missions
Manufacturer: Winter/Spring 2014

An introduction to the principles and processes of communicating from one socio-cultural context to another, with special focus on the communication of the Christian message.

Professor Joost Pikkert
Details  Type: Semester   Location: Taylor  Credits: 3