This course explores the biblical, historical, theological, and cultural principles of ethnodoxology for cross-cultural workers, community leaders, worship facilitators, and academic leaders. Students are prepared to analyze current ethnodoxological trends and perform original research, thereby expanding the boundaries of this emerging discipline.
This course requires a 2-week INTENSIVE on campus during the May-Extended period.
Course DetailsLevel: Doctoral Level
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: MayExt
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