THC4160 Methods and Resources in Contextual Theology
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
An exploration into various contextual approaches to the Bible, mission, and congregational studies. It will identify different models of contextual theology, and explore the way in which the classic theological disciplines of biblical studies and systematic theology relate to and interact with the theory and practice of contextual theology.
How This Course Benefits Students:
Contextual theology is at the core of the missional imagination. This course will expose the students to various methods and resources to equip him or her to do contextual theology.
Why This Course Is Important:
Contextual theology is vital to the missional imagination. God is at work in every context and the missional leaders task is to facilitate the local community in the communal process of discerning Gods movement and joining God in it. This course will expose the student to various approaches to this task.