Students will reflect on their call to service in the church and the world, especially as it involves them in working with people who make inquiries about their faith, and will: study the evangelistic story of the Old and New Testament; explore the evangelistic implications of the theology contained in the Augsburg Confession; examine the Lutheran teachings of church and ministry, station and vocation, and the way they inform and guide evangelism; explore aspects of Australian society and reflect on cross-cultural issues; consider the relationship between church and society; examine the way the Christian faith can be lived in ordinary life.
Unit Code: DP1109L
Unit Level: Undergraduate Level 1
Unit Discipline: Pastoral Theology and Ministry Studies
Delivery Mode: Online
Proposing College: Australian Lutheran CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Identify the biblical and theological foundations for evangelism
Describe the pluralist nature of contemporary Australian society
Articulate their own understanding of evangelism
Explain a vocational approach to evangelism
This unit is offered within the Diploma of Theology
Engagement with online learning materials, including audio/video, tasks, forums and asynchronous discussion with lecturer.
Reflect on initial understandings of mission and evangelism in light of assigned reading.
A book or movie review summarising the content and identifying the meaning of insights gained for developing a Christian witness
Outline biblical and confessional foundations for a Lutheran theology of mission and reflect on those foundations for the church and the student. 2000 words
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 18 Oct, 2018
Unit Record last updated: 2019-10-31 14:59:25 +1100