DTS Offers a New Winter Course on Ethnodoxology Jan 8–12
Check out this highly interactive and practical course, in which students will do the following:
- develop a biblical and missiological framework for arts in cross-cultural ministry
- gain practical tools for multicultural congregational contexts
- learn songs and experiencing the arts of a variety of world worship traditions
- integrate ethnodoxology principles into a community in which the student serves.
This one-week intensive course is offered in partnership with Dallas Theological Seminary and the Global Institute of Applied Linguistics’ (GIAL) Center for Excellence in World Arts on the GIAL campus Jan 8–12, with online work through the end of January. See these comments from past participants:
- “I cannot imagine that any institution committed to evangelism and mission would not make an ethnodoxology emphasis an essential part of campus culture and academic life” (Dr. Mark Boughan, President, Emmanuel Bible College).
- “This course is rich
November was a bit of a whirlwind. I signed a contract with AMG for another book in the Coffee Cup Bible study series—Earl Grey with Ephesians. I taped an episode on the Empathy for the Devil podcast comparing the queens Jezebel and Bathsheba and the sexualization of powerful women. Check it out.
The Kregel Academic Book for which I served as general editor, Vindicating the Vixens: Revisiting Sexualized, Vilified, and Marginalized Women of the Bible, was finally released Yay! Took a long time to ship, but it has finally arrive in the hands of all those who preordered.
An interview with me about the book appeared on the Christian Authors Network blog; on the Beyond Ordinary Woman site; on the Seana Scott blog; and in Fathom Magazine, where you can also read an excerpt—Eva Bleeker’s chapter on Rahab. I spoke on …