In this subject, we will explore the various ways the content of the Christian “gospel” has been understood through history, examine the Bible’s teaching about how the gospel advances in the world, and what this means for local churches and individual believers today. The subject aims to challenge our presuppositions through an examination of history in order to provoke a fresh examination of the New Testament and deeper consideration of evangelism in the contemporary context.
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|Workload||One semester, 6 credit points|
|Subject Code||EM072; taken in conjunction with EM071|
In this subject, students can expect to be guided through a variety of weekly learning activities which are designed to develop an understanding of and skills in the themes and passages covered by the syllabus. Students should allow 4-6 hours of study time per week for this half-subject, which is usually taken in conjunction with EM071.