This course explores the biblical, historical, and cultural principles of ethnodoxology for cross-cultural workers, community leaders, and worship facilitators, helping them to serve worshipping communities more effectively, whether overseas or in multi-ethnic North American contexts. Students are prepared to design the introduction of new artistic expressions into their own worshipping communities, undergirded by the use of relevant research methodologies and multicultural worship approaches.
This course is also available at the undergraduate level by registering for WA3380.
Registration for a workshop version (no credit) is available in partnership with the Global Ethnodoxology Network (GEN) – see here.
Course DetailsLevel: Master's Level
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: MayExt
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