This course begins with a consideration of the anthropological and sociological understandings of a “worldview” and how it works to shape personal and community ethos.
This course is designed to elucidate the worldviews that are behind and in the biblical text.
Formal and informal education in Korean society is overviewed and evaluated from within a biblical perspective.
This course is designed to present the Christian perspectives on current social issues in the 21st Century such as capitalism and economic justice, taxation and land ethics, social corruption, the handicapped and social welfare and economic growth.
All aspects of Christian life should be guided and guarded by the Bible. Spirituality is not an exception, no matter how noble and lofty it may sound. Various works on spiritual theology including the those of Eugene Peterson will be discussed during the course.
Students consider the oriental thought and its worldview(s) in the light of Christian truth.
This is a field trip course for creation studies designed for worldview study students who do not have a science background.