Licentiate in Missiology
Duration: 2 Years
Licentiate in Missiology -2 Years
To study, teach and promote biblical and ecclesialperspective on evangelizing mission.
To do missiology focusing on religious pluralism,cultural diversity, economic poverty and ecological concerns.
To develop a mission theology from the perspectives ofsubaltern groups, ecumenical fellowship and inter-faith relations.
To prepare personnel for teaching theology inseminaries and theological institutes and guiding the evangelization works inIndia especially in North India.
To promote study and research in the field ofevangelization in the real contexts of Mission through exposure-immersion,experience-reflection and interpretation-action.
The First Yearclasses shall be conducted at DVK, Bangalore, the third semester at Samanvaya,Rishikesh and the final semester at Samanvaya, Bhopal.
Biblical foundations forMission
Missionary Life of St Paul
Developments of Evangelizationthrough the Church Documents
History of Mission in India
Canon Law on Mission
Eastern Christian Perspectiveof Mission
Tools for contextual analysisof Mission
Mary as Model for Mission
Holy Spirit and Mission
Theology of Religions
Mysticism and Mission
Missiography: Prospects and Challenges
Models of Missions
Asia face of Jesus
Contemporary Questions in Indian Mission
Theology of Inculturation and Mission
Indian Christian Theology and Mission
Celebration as Mission
New Trends in Ecumenism
Mission in the Asian Context
Indian Christian Art and Spirituality
Media and Mission
A ChristianResponse to Globalization and Villagism
Conversion in the Multi-religious Context
Family the Primary Field of Mission
Ashram Way of Life in Doing Mission
Local Church in the Multi-religious Context
Pilgrimage to different centres of Religions
Live-in Experience of Christian and Hindu Ashrams
Exposuresto the Socio-Religious Context of North India