Addressing a pervasive need in the church for a new paradigm for relating gospel and culture, this DMin program in Gospel and Culture enables pastors to engage the mission field of North American, postmodern, post-Christian society. As students engage in disciplined cultural analysis, they will find that familiar biblical texts, doctrines, and ethics take on new meanings as they confront the challenges of today. And students will see the emergence of new readings of the church’s situation and the human project alongside their own renewed and enlivened commitment to theological truths.
We are receiving applications for the Gospel, Culture, and the Transformation of the Church DMin Concentration that will be July 8 – July 19, 2019. The class takes place on campus from 8:30am to 12:30pm daily with some afternoons required for orientation and small group work. The students are expected to worship in a different cultural setting somewhere near Atlanta on Sun. July 14 so you need to plan to be away from your ministry on that day.
The application deadline is April 1, 2019.
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