Introduction to pastoral Counselling   |   Date: March, 3,4 Time - 9.00-11.00 PM [IST] , 7:30 - 9:30 PM [UAE]       

Christianity in Asia

Wishlist Share
Share Course
Page Link
Share On Social Media

About Course

Course Description

This course allows students to engage with primary sources (both missionary and indigenous) that will enable them to interpret the varied fortunes of Christianity as an increasingly important minority religion in Asia in the period since 1700. An integrating theme will be the attempts of missions and churches to throw off the association of Christianity with the West. Another consistent focus will be the relationship of Christianity to the majority religious traditions.

Course Objectives

On completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate a secure grasp of the main trends shaping the varied history of the churches in Asian contexts.
  2. Engage sensitively with the complex issues of identity often faced by Christians in Asia.
  3. Interact constructively and critically with contemporary Asian theologies.
  4. Interpret with insight and discrimination relevant primary sources on Asian Christian history and theology.
Show More

Course Content

1. Write a paper. Word limit: 1000-1500 {30%} Assignment Topic: "The Historical Expansion of Christianity in any one of the Neighboring Country of India: An Analysis of Reasons and the Success of Foreign Missionary Work"

  • Christianity in Asia
  • Assignments 2 Christianity in Asia

Student Ratings & Reviews

No Review Yet
No Review Yet

There’s no enrollment open at the moment for this program

Contact us

For Fees and Scholarship contact us on: