GM400 Anthropological Critical Study of Christian Missions Paradigms 

Therapy Session

Course Description

Spring Session 1 2022

February 21st - April 1st

Lectures Mondays and Wednesdays 4-5pm

Summer Session 2022

July 18th - August 5th

Lectures Tuesdays and Thursdays 3-4pm

Schedule

Lecturer

Lecturer

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Dr. Clark Jensen

Director

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Format

In-Person at St. James Research Centre (SJRC) in Falkirk, Scotland

Online Distance Learning

The deadline to apply for this course in Spring Session 1 2022 is January 21st, 2022. The deadline to apply for this course in Summer Session 2022 is May 27th, 2022.

Deadlines

This course will provide a review of current approaches to missiology within the international Christian community. It will then explore conversion within the paradigm of exchange, and ethical concerns that are raised in localisation and proselytism. We will then delve into new perspectives on Paul, the God's Agenda Gospel, and rethinking mission in the context of conversion, discipleship, kingdom, and development. This course will provide attendees with the tools and frameworks needed for missions work today, delving into:

 

  • Previous approaches

  • Understanding conversion and mission as exchange

  • Ethical concerns

  • New perspectives on Paul and the God's Agenda Gospel

  • Rethinking mission: Conversion, discipleship, kingdom, and development