This is a foundational course introducing key principles of ethnodoxology that will help students serve worshipping communities more effectively, whether overseas or in multi-ethnic North American contexts. Students will experience a corpus of songs and other artistic liturgical expressions from around the world, developing a vision for multicultural worship. In addition, students will explore appropriate ways to incorporate these artistic expressions into the worship life of their communities.
This course is also available at the graduate level by registering for WA5380.
Registration for a workshop version (no credit) is available in partnership with the Global Ethnodoxology Network (GEN) – see here.
Course DetailsLevel: Undergraduate
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: MayExt
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