This subject facilitates advanced critical reflection on mission and evangelism grounded in biblical and theological principles, together with a critical review and appraisal of the history and impact of mission and evangelism in the Australian, Asian and Pacific regions. In light of key social, cultural, and contextual challenges associated with the mission of the church in the world, particular models of mission and evangelism are addressed, together with their critical application within a range of ministry contexts. Students are challenged to develop a personal ethical approach to contemporary mission and to implement more effective models of mission and evangelism relevant to their cultural and ecclesial contexts.
School of Theology
Only available to student enrolled in Master of Ministry Articulated Set
MIN522 This subject is an 8-point version of MIN522.
MIN522, THL423, THL438
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