The Christian Thought major explores the beliefs that make up a Christian worldview, and the intersection of that worldview with contemporary culture. You will receive a rigorous grounding in Bible, theology, religion, and philosophy and explore the application of Christian beliefs to major issues of contemporary society. Apologetics and Christian witness in our postmodern society requires a relational, holistic, and missional approach. Our major will enable and inspire you to construct a coherent Christian worldview and to live a compelling way of life that transforms lives and communities.
- Critical thinking (analysis and problem solving)
- Language and Communication (oral and written)
- Interdisciplinary and Cultural Sensitivity
- Seminary or graduate school in biblical and theological studies
- Graduate studies in the Humanities (history, literature, philosophy, religion)
- Graduate studies in business, law, criminology, and many other fields
- Church and Para-church related vocations/ministries
- Teach Bible, theology, or Christian worldview at a Private school
- Pastor or Ministry Leader
- Professional Educator (professor/teacher) in several disciplines and contexts
The learning objectives for this major include:
- Gaining factual knowledge of the logic and theological beliefs of the Christian faith beyond the general knowledge provided by the core.
- Developing a clearer understanding of and commitment to personal faith values.
- Learning to analyze and critically evaluate ideas and arguments relevant to the major and advanced theological knowledge.
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