Survey of outreach tools of biblical and cultural anthropology for the formation of global worldview. Students practice self-reflection and evaluation of the key principles.
Equip students to develop a broader view of sources and functions of cultures. Expand their worldviews to engage effectively in our globalized world.
This course introduces students to the formation of people groups and cultures by discussing the biblical lineage of Noah’s sons and their descendants. It is designed to be an eye-opening, self-discovering, and formative experience.
Based on the biblical origins of mankind to develop a theological framework to embrace the world for Christ. Derived from Noahic blessing and its mandate for global worldview.
The goal is to understand how people are intrinsically related to one another by studying cultural and behavioral distinctives in various dimensions.
Students explore the cultural inclinations of other people groups and their own. Students consider the behavioral frames and patterns expressed in the research of other people groups and how it compares to their own.
Students research a people group that is culturally different from their own and research their cultural zones.
This course deals with practical applications to interact with people of different cultural backgrounds. Students look at why others do what they do and access their cultural rationales.
The focus is on experiences that increase understanding of the commonality of the human race and development of cultures through which students may develop their own ideas to reach other cultural groups with a global mindset, free of ethnocentrism.