Students enrolled in our 10-hour accredited curriculum will survey God’s work in the world through the lenses of Christians who have operated under challenging circumstances – from surrounding cultural hostility to outright persecution.
We offer courses in applied theology covering Kingdom prayer, biblical Christology and anthropology, global and local apologetics from a non-dominant view, ethics, church and mission history from the margins, domestic and global human rights, and discipleship/spiritual formation under difficult conditions.
Courses are designed for students who have either experience with, or a burden for, world Christianity and ministry in communities that exist on the margins, including missionaries, church planters, and lay leaders.
|Course Number||Course Name||Credit Hours|
|PT6395||Theology & Mission of Prayer||2 hours|
|PT6227||Christian View of Human Rights||2 hours|
|HT6211||Christianity as a Cultural Minority||2 hours|
|PT6228||Principles of Leadership: Daniel and Nehemiah||2 hours|
|ST6516||World Christianity and Perseverance||2 hours|
Credits earned may apply toward various RTS degrees including the Master of Divinity (MDiv) and the Master of Arts Biblical Studies (MABS).