Christians often live in a socio-religious bubble. This course brings together Christians from different denominations (ecumenical) from all over the world (intercultural) and even people from outside Christianity (Muslims, Buddhists, Atheists, etc.) to discuss how theology works both academically and experientially. This is a powerful and extremely rare opportunity to truly practice ecumenical, interreligious and intercultural living and studying, learning to live and resolve conflict peacefully through dialogue and understanding each other. These are skills seldom found in the church, and it has life-changing implications for future generations of church leadership and academic theology.
- The diversity of students enriches the learning experience.
- Untapped potential on the admin side- course management, student relations, etc.