This class is designed to help students better understand our responsibility as Christians to serve and influence the society in which they live. Students will explore both practically and philosophically how to apply their faith and values to help shape the institutions of society.
To equip students to understand why society is in its current state, how Christians and churches should interact with society, as well as provide practical, spiritual and philosophical foundations to be a reforming influence in society.
- God and Politics: L01-07
- Government and Religion Around the World: L08-11
- American Government: L12-15
- Church and State: L16-21
- Issues in Life: L22-24
- Family and Society: L25-30
- Kingdom Economics: L31-35
- Issues in Poverty: L36-38
- Conclusion: L39-42
COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Sarah Nashif-Tan
Portland Bible College is an educational ministry of City Bible Church committed to the formation of Servant-Leaders for local churches and societies throughout the world. PBC has a reputation for not only training your mind, but also speaking to your spirit. Now these courses, which have helped thousands of pastors, church staff, marketplace leaders and committed believers achieve greater success in their churches, ministries and personal lives; is available to people anywhere in the world. This course can be offered for college credit by visiting www.portlandbiblecollege.org/apply-now
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Group use: This is the individual licensed curriculum for this course. : If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, there are group licensing options available. The group license differs from the individual license in that it permits you to present this course publicly as well as provides additional resources including a syllabus and assignment templates. Group License costs are the individual license fee + the very affordable price of $10 per student. If you are interested in facilitating this course for a group, please contact the PBC offices by phone at 503.255.3540 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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