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Description of course: The content and focus of this seminar will address current urgent issues. The seminar will build around nationally known guest faculty who are practicing ministry professionals in the content area. For the seminar, advanced reading/critique preparation and follow-up integrative reflection will supplement the contact hours with the resource person. Faculty serve as campus planners/conveners/professors of record. (Catalog) This specific course is designed to address issues (and possible intersections) of theology and pop culture. This is to go beyond diner theology (discussing God after midnight at Denny’s) and offer grounding in both methodology and critical thought. It is not intended to offer arsenal for judgment, rather it is to create a common language opening dialogue from a variety of perspectives.
Asbury Theological Seminary
YM, 551, Theology, and, Pop, Culture, SP08