Are you interested in studying global theology and World Christianity in a fully online unit in 2nd Semester of 2022? You can do this unit from anywhere in the world!
Stirling College is offering an exciting unit called “Themes and Trends in Global Theology and World Christianity”. You can take the subject at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. This unit studies the expansion of Christianity in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Oceania, and more. It helps you explore the exponential growth of the churches in those contexts and the critical lessons for your local church and its mission and ministry.
In this unit students will explore theological and practical themes and trends in global theology and World Christianity. The unit helps students examine theological, missiological and ecclesiological themes developing among Majority World Christians (sometimes called the Third World or the Global South), Indigenous Christians (especially Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander, Native American, and First Nations), and diaspora Christians. This unit studies the expansion of Christianity in the Majority World, and the implications for contextual and global theology and for World Christianity. Students will explore the implications of themes and trends in World Christianity for their own theology, mission, church, and context.
|College||Catholic Theological College|
|Lecturer||Rev Assoc Prof Graham Hill|
|Level||Level 2 & 3 undergraduate
Level 9 postgraduate
|Study Mode||Online – synchronous|
|Unit Codes||DM2709S – undergraduate
DM3709S – undergraduate
DM9709S – postgraduate
You can study this unit in an award (Diploma, Bachelor, and Master’s levels) from anywhere in the world. Contact Stirling College for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stirling College is committed to ongoing theological reflection and the formation of each member of our learning community. Stirling is committed to being Christ centred in heart, thought, word and deed. We form people towards Christ centred lives, mission and ministry. Stirling is committed to giving students the best possible skills to read the Bible in its original context and to then reflect on what that means for today and how to apply it in their lives, not just for their own benefit but to benefit the Body of Christ in its diverse and varied expressions.