Cook School of Intercultural Studies

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The Cook School of Intercultural Studies exists to equip students to communicate, live, and work effectively in culturally diverse contexts to make disciples of all peoples and impact the world for the Lord Jesus Christ.

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ISCL 560: Urban Research and Ministry

1990's, Dr. Judith Lingenfelter

Judith Lingenfelter provides essential tools for conducting urban research and also demonstrates the usefulness of these tools for the purposes of strategic ministry planning. This highly informati...

The Role of Witch and Sorcerer

Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses the roles of witch and sorcerer in world religion and contemporary society.

SICS: Social Anthropology

1997, Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter

Former Provost and Professor Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter teaches a course on social anthropology, drawing on biblical principles and truths to guide students in to ministry in diverse cultural contexts.

Anthropological Theory, Part 1

Dr. Douglas Hayward introduces the basic principles of general anthropological theory and principles of research. He addresses the question: What do people do? Through numerous personal experienc...

Types of Marriages in Different Cultures

Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses marriage practices from a biblical perspective.

Religion and Cults

Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses the anthropological definition of "cult" and presents culturally sensitive principles for Christian mission.

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    • Douglas Hayward  

      • Professor of Intercultural Studies
      • Associate Dean
      • Program Director, PhD Intercultural Studies & MA Intercultural Studies
    • Allen L Yeh  

      • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies & Missiology
    • Tom Steffen  

      • Professor of Intercultural Studies
      • Program Director, Doctor of Missiology
      • Chair, Dept. of Intercultural Studies
    • Douglas Pennoyer  

      • Dean, Cook School of Intercultural Studies
    • Murray S. Decker  

      • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
    • Marla Campbell  

      • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
      • Program Director, Ph.D. Program
    • Thomas J Sappington  

      • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
      • Chair, Department of Missions and Intercultural Studies, Talbot School of Theology
    • Len Bartlotti  

      • Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, Biola University
    • Alan McMahan  

      • Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies
      • Program Director, Undergraduate Studies in Intercultural Studies

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