TS (HMT/SCI 215 / 216)

7 Oct 2018 - 23 Mar 2019

YWAM Perth

Offered in: English

This school helps students begin to understand underlying thought patterns in the people groups and cities where they live and work. Through a holistic approach combining discipleship and practical projects, students gain understanding concerning social transformation and the Kingdom of God. During the school students will look at: the growth of Christianity and departures from a biblical perspective of the Kingdom of God; the history of western civilization including the processes of development; the roles and functions of the mobile and local aspects of the Church; the role of leadership in social transformation; comparative worldviews in respect to questions of origin, truth, beauty (art) and purpose; and holistic research concerning how societies change. This course meets the U of N Core Curriculum requirement for Applied Christian Thinking

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