THEO 605 THEOLOGY OF GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT DON FANNING, MABS, M.DIV, D.MIN. LBTS 166 WF 8:30-9:45 AM JAN 13- MAY 9, 2014

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1 THEO 605 THEOLOGY OF GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT DON FANNING, MABS, M.DIV, D.MIN. LBTS 166 WF 8:30-9:45 AM JAN 13- MAY 9, 2014 I. COURSE DESCRIPTION This course explores a biblical foundation and theology for mission. Beginning with a rigorous interaction with the Old and New Testaments, the key aspects of mission theology will be explored as well as how theology of mission relates to the rest of systematic theology. The seminar will also consider how theology of mission affects mission practice. II. III. RATIONALE Practical ministry such as global Christian mission must be based on a solid biblical and theological foundation. While strategic thinking in ministry as well as concern for local ministry contexts ought to be of great concern in mission, these efforts will be weakened and even flawed unless they are accompanied by biblical and theological reflection about mission. PREREQUISITES None. IV. MATERIALS LIST For purchase: Ott, Craig; Strauss, Stephen J.; Tennent, Timothy C., Encountering Theology of Mission: Biblical Foundations, Historical Developments, and Contemporary Issues. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, ISBN: Wright, Christopher J. H. The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible s Grand Narrative. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, ISBN: For free download: The Lausanne Covenant at (see documents tab). (Week 1)

2 The Cape Town Commitment at (see documents tab). (Week 1) Bauckham, Richard, Mission as Hermeneutic, (Week 2) Campbell Evvy Hay, ed., Holistic Mission, Lausanne Occasional Paper 33, 2004, (Week 2) Stott, John, Evangelism and Social Responsibility: An Evangelical Commitment, Lausanne Occasional Paper 21, Grand Rapids, MI, 1982, (Week 13) Documents provided by Dr. Fanning: Missions in the OT Week 1 Missions in the NT Week 3 Hell and Purgatory and Week 6 Call of God and Week 7 Pentecostalism/Charismatic Movements and Missions Week 9 Spiritual Warfare and Week 10 Calvinism and Week 13 Eschatology and Week 14 V. MEASURABLE LEARNING OUTCOMES The student will be able to: A. Define the mission of God as the grand narrative in the Old and New Testaments. B. Articulate the key themes of theology of mission. C. Analyze the relationship between mission theology and other aspects of theology. D. Describe practical applications of a biblical theology of mission. VI. COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND ASSIGNMENTS A. Ten Practical Applications to Theological Studies. The student will write ten word (2-3 page) papers on the ten Case Study topics and proposed Action Steps associated with each area discussed in this course. One or more of these may be used as part of the final Theology of Missions paper. The focus will be on how this area of theology obligates the church to specific action and what that action should be. (Learning Outcome D). These will be due at the conclusion of each section as noted in the course schedule. B. Biblical Foundations Paper Proposal. The student will submit their topic, thesis statement, and bibliography of at least 6 scholarly sources. A one-page word document of words should suffice. (Due Week 2) Page 2 of 7

3 C. Biblical Foundations of Mission Paper. The student will write a word (10-12 page) paper on a biblical foundation for mission The focus should be narrow and some acceptable topics include: mission in the Patriarchs, the Exodus as mission, mission in the OT prophets, mission in one of the Gospels, mission in Paul s letters. (LOs A-B). (Due Week 6) D. Theology of Mission Paper Proposal. The student will submit their topic, thesis statement, and bibliography of at least 6 scholarly sources. A one-page word document of words should suffice. (Due Week 7) E. Final Theology of Mission Paper. The student will write a word (14-16 page) paper on an aspect of mission theology The paper should be focused and some possible topics include: the relationship of theology to mission (Trinity, ecclesiology, Christology, Holy Spirit, soteriology, eschatology, ecclesiology); an aspect of mission theology (creation, new creation, shalom, worship, liberation, the Kingdom of God; holistic mission). (LOs A-D). (Due Week 15) F. Reading Affirmation. At the end of the course, students will affirm that they have done 100% of the assigned reading (LOs A-D). (Due Week 15) VII. COURSE GRADING AND POLICIES A. Points/Weight Assignment Points Biblical Foundations Paper Proposal 50 Biblical Foundations Paper 250 Theology of Mission Paper Proposal 50 Final Theology of Mission Paper 300 Ten Application Papers (25 pts each) 250 Reading Affirmation 100 B. Scale: A A A B B B C C C D D Page 3 of 7

4 D- BELOW 650 F VIII. POLICIES A. TECHNOLOGY. Laptops and cell phones are not allowed in class. If you need a laptop for taking notes, see the professor for permission. B. LATE WORK. The deadlines for assignments (see calendar below) are hard deadlines. Late work will be penalized 10% per day and after 3 days, the student will receive a zero (0) for the assignment. So plan ahead to get your work in on time. If you are facing expected crises (with family, health, etc.), you must communicate well before the assignment is due. C. ATTENDANCE POLICIES. Attendance is required. Three (3) unexcused absences are allowed. After that 75 points will be deducted final grade for each absence. D. OTHER POLICIES 1. Academic misconduct. Academic misconduct is strictly prohibited. See The Graduate Catalog for specific definitions, penalties, and processes for reporting. 2. Drop/Add Policy. Consult the Graduate Catalog for drop/add policies. 3. Dress Code (applies to classes meeting on campus). Students are expected to maintain a neat, professional appearance while in class. Consult your department for additional guidelines. 4. Classroom Policies (applies to classes meeting on campus). Classroom policies will be established and enforced by the individual instructor. IX. SCHEDULE Date Topic Assignments and Readings Week 1 Introduction and overview Week 2 Toward a missional hermeneutic OT foundations for mission Lausanne Covenant Cape Town Commitment Ott and Strauss, Encountering Theology of Mission Bauckham, Mission as Hermeneutic Case Study 1 & Action pts. Biblical Foundations Paper Page 4 of 7

5 Proposal Week 3 OT foundations (cont.) Week 4 NT foundations for mission Week 5 NT foundations for mission Week 6 Motivation for Missions: Hell? Week 7 Call of God and Week 8 Discussion of holistic mission Theology of mission application discussion Week 9 Pentecostalism and Week 10 Pentecostalism and Week 11 Spiritual Warfare and Week 12 Spiritual Warfare and Week 13 Calvinism and Week 14 Eschatology and Week 15 Eschatology and Week 16 Final Exam Case Study 2 & Action pts. Case Study 3 & Action pts. Biblical Foundations Paper Case Study 4 & Action pts. Theology of Mission Paper Proposal Case Study 5 & Action pts. Campbell, Holistic Mission Stott, Evangelism and Social Responsibility Case Study 6 & Action pts. Case Study 7 & Action pts. Case Study 8 & Action pts. Case Study 9 & Action pts. Case Study 10 & Action pts. Final Theology of Mission Paper Reading Affirmation Due Dates: Page 5 of 7

6 Week 2, Biblical Foundations Paper Proposal Week 6, Biblical Foundations Paper Week 7, Theology of Mission Paper Proposal Week 15, Final Theology of Mission Paper Week 15, Reading Affirmation X. BIBLIOGRAPHY Barth, Karl, Church Dogmatics IV.3, 2. Edinburgh: T&T Clark, Bevans, Stephen B. and Schroeder, Roger P., Constants in Context: A Theology of Mission for Today. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, Bosch, David J., Transforming Mission: Paradigm Shifts in Theology of Mission. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, ISBN: Campbell Evvy Hay, ed., Holistic Mission, Lausanne Occasional Paper 33, 2004, Escobar, Samuel, Changing Tides: Latin America and World Mission Today. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2002 Escobar, Samuel, The New Global Mission: The Gospel from Everywhere to Everyone. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity, Glasser, Arthur; Van Engen, Charles; Gilliland, Dean S.; and Redford, Shawn B., Announcing the Kingdom: The Story of God s Mission in the Bible. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker, ISBN: Guder, Darrell L., Missional Church: A Vision for the Sending of the Church in North America. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, Köstenberger, Andreas J. and O Brien Peter T., Salvation to the Ends of the Earth: A Biblical Theology of Mission. NSBT 11. Leicester, UK: Intervarsity, Newbigin, Leslie, The Open Secret: An Introduction to Theology of Mission. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, ISBN: Ott, Craig, Strauss, Stephen J., and Tennent, Timothy C., Encountering Theology of mission: Biblical Foundations, Historical Developments, and Contemporary Issues. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, ISBN: Padilla, Rene C., Mission Between the Times: Essays on the Kingdom. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. ISBN: Peters, George W., A Biblical Theology of Missions. Chicago: Moody, Page 6 of 7

7 Stott, John, Evangelism and Social Responsibility: An Evangelical Commitment, Lausanne Occasional Paper 21, Grand Rapids, MI, 1982, Tennent, Timothy C., Invitation to World Missions: A Trinitarian Missiology for the Twenty-First Century. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel, ISBN: Van Engen, Charles, Mission on the Way: Issues in Mission Theology. Grand Rapids: Baker, Walls, Andrew and Ross, Cathy, eds., Mission in the 21 st Century: Exploring the Five Marks of Global Mission. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, Wright, Christopher J. H., The Mission of God: Unlocking the Bible s Grand Narrative. Downers Grove, IL: Intervarsity, ISBN: Wright, Christopher J. H., The Mission of God s People: A Biblical Theology of the Church s Mission. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, ISBN: Other journals and sites that treat theology of mission issues: Missiology: An International Review International Journal of Frontier Missiology, International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Lausanne Documents, XI. STUDENTS WITH A DOCUMENTED DISABILITY may contact the Office of Disability Academic Support (ODAS) in DH 2016 to make arrangements for academic accommodations. For all disability testing accommodation requests (i.e. quieter environment, extended time, oral testing, etc.) the Tutoring/Testing Center is the officially designated place for all tests administered outside of the regular classroom. Page 7 of 7

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