Thesis (WCT 631) World Religion and Culture concentrations in the M.A.T.S program are required to submit a thesis between 15,000-25,000 words, not including bibliography or footnotes. The thesis is to be submitted to the academic dean no later than one month before the faculty committee defense. The student must enroll in WCT 631 during the … MORE
Tags: Diploma in Imagination and Theology, Diploma in Spiritual Direction, Diploma of Christian Theology, MATS Adventure Concentration, MATS Arts Concentration, MATS Bible Concentration, MATS Spiritual Theology Concentration, MATS Theology Concentration, MATS World Religions and Culture Concentration, Theological Cultural and Spiritual Studies
Theological reflection, put simply, is “to envision and enact personal, and corporate life out of a God-formed worldview.” The course covers the theory and methodology necessary to envision and enact life out of a God-formed, or Christian worldview. Theological reflection has become lost in a postmodern culture where ‘theology’ is left to Sunday mornings. The … MORE
Tags: Diploma in Ministry, Diploma of Biblical Studies, Diploma of Christian Theology, MATS Bible Concentration, MATS Christian Ministry Concentration, MATS Spiritual Theology Concentration, MATS Theology Concentration, MATS World Religions and Culture Concentration, Theological Cultural and Spiritual Studies
Since the founding of the church, its members have sought to articulate its beliefs in light of the Graeco-Roman context of the day. THEO 532 examines the earliest articulation of the Christian belief and its evolution to the present day: from creed to system.