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The orientation of Introduction to Missions is both biblical and contemporary. The course takes an international approach to missions. This approach is supported by the strong biblical view and treatment of missions in the course. The Bible’s teaching on missions is outlined through use of both Old and New Testaments. Two missions themes, international and biblical, are treated throughout the course: those of the redemptive people of God and Christ’s strategy of missions. Christ’s Great Commission is presented as an authoritative model for a strategy of missions today. The course is designed to be of practical use in the life and ministry of the student. The missions principles and teachings from the Bible are focused on contemporary issues, in order to assist the student in: (1) responding personally to missions, (2) teaching others about missions, and (3) solving current missions-related problems in his own country.


If you are enrolled in this course for three credits, the third credit will be earned by completing a collateral reading assignment (CRA) based on the textbook "Introducing World Missions: A Biblical, Historical, and Practical Survey by Scott Moreau, Gary Corwin, and Gary McGee.

Introduction to Missions

SKU: MIS1022-3
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  • Study Guide

    Paul Pomerville

    Introduction to Missions

    5th edition, 334 pages

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