Mission and Religious Pluralism

College Emmanuel College
Instructor(s) Reynolds, Thomas E.
Course Code EMT3451HF
NOTE: Graduate degree students enrol in EMT6451HF
Semester First Semester
Section 0101
Online No
Credits One Credit
Location Toronto (St George Campus)

Taking into account recent paradigm shifts in the theology of mission, this course invites participants to consider the relationship of mission to biblical sources, culture and context, unity and diversity in the church, post-colonism and intercultural engagement, and especially religious pluralism. The goal is to foster critical theological reflection on how the church might best understand and embody its mission in a multifaceted and globalizing world situation today. Methodology: lectures/discussions. Evaluations are based upon a mid-term paper, final research paper, and class participation. Prerequisite: Completion of first credit group or Level II.

Department Theological
Schedule Thu
Start Time 10:00
End Time 12:00
Hours Per Week 2
Minimum Enrolment 10
Maximum Enrolment 20
Teaching Method
Means of Evaluation
Class Participation
Research Paper
Previously Offered Fall 2021
Currently Offered Fall 2022