Begins Spring 2024. This course analyzes the “deeply theologizing experience” diaspora communities encounter through journeying to and living in new cultures. As a result of these encounters diaspora communities start and participate in various kinds of diaspora churches and ministries. Similarly, such encounters cause non-Christian religious communities to adapt in various ways to their new cultural contexts. Students will identify best practices for empowering diaspora and host country believers to love, serve, and witness within religiously diverse diaspora communities.
Course DetailsLevel: Master's Level
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: Spring
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