This Course offers and overview of issues in mission and evangelism focusing on 'The Five Marks of Mission', and Evangelism and Apologetics in contemporary cultures and contexts. This will include:-

A survey of biblical material relevant to the understanding and practice of Christian mission.

A selective presentation of important historical trends in Christian witness to society. 

An exploration of ways of articulating and understanding mission and evangelism (and their relationship) in today’s world, building on the ‘[Five] Marks of Mission’. 

An assessment of current thinking and practice in relation to traditional and innovative patterns of ecclesial being and witness. 

An introductory evaluation of Christian attitudes to the proclamation of the gospel in contemporary society, community relations, inter-faith dialogue, environmental concerns, issues of justice, and political engagement. 

Some practical engagement with mission practices of the church.

The Holland House Weekend Module on commuicating faith in today's culture