A more in-depth study of the various contextual backgrounds and the content and theology of the New Testament from a missional perspective. Using a methodology of missional hermeneutics, this course teaches students how to approach a twenty-first century missional reading of the New Testament, while appreciating the cultural relevance of the first-century biblical context.

A more in-depth study of the various contextual backgrounds and the content and theology of the New Testament from a missional perspective. Using a methodology of missional hermeneutics, this course teaches students how to approach a twenty-first century missional reading of the New Testament, while appreciating the cultural relevance of the first-century biblical context.
This course provides an overview of the content and missional message of the New Testament. The objective of the course is to discern the missio Dei in the New Testament in order to better understand how the Church can participate in it today.
Focuses on the book of Acts as a witness to the message and methods of the earliest attempts at Christian mission. The goals of the course include discerning what contemporary Christians ought to emulate in modern missionary practice. Assessment will include a range of readings, lectures, discussion forums, and essays combining exegesis and application.