09 Mar Christian Evangelism

Christian Evangelism

Claremont School of Theology
Completion Time: One Semester - 15 weeks
CEUs: 3
Tuition: $880 per unit
Instructor(s): Jack Jackson
Contact Info: Murad Dibbini

Class Description

This course examines theological, biblical, and historical foundations for evangelism. Current practices and models of evangelism are analyzed and critiqued. Students will develop and articulate a theology and practice of evangelism appropriate for a community of faith. This course is designed to meet denominational requirements for an evangelism course, including that of the United Methodist Church.

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