COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES

DISCOVER NATIONS SCHOOL (HMT 223)

Prerequisites:
Credits: 1 - 12

The Discover Nations School is a critical thinking course that studies aspects of land, nations, and peoples, and how they relate to the global Mission and the spread of the Gospel. This 12-week course will include topics related to historical and modern global issues like conflict, refugees/migration, urbanization, and geopolitics, and will be explored from the perspective of human interaction over land and space. It will also introduce the students to how the spread of the Gospel is positively or negatively impacted by these human geographic processes, and vice versa. The course is divided into 3 parts: 1.) an Introduction to Geography (studying basic earth and human geographic processes); 2.) Historical Geography (the role geography played in the spread of the Gospel in the Promised Land, 1st Century Mediterranean region, and during the Exploration Age); and 3.) Missional Geography (human impact and interaction over space and how this is key in the modern Mission).

Upcoming Dates

Course Location Credits Start
HMT 223 YWAM The King's Lodge 12 09 Apr 2020 01 Jul 2021