Christian Response to Pandemic: Learning from the History
This is a 4 hour, self-paced online nanocourse that requires watching some videos, participation in a discussion forum. This nanocourse deals with a Christian History of Pandemics. Primarily on how the Church has responded to disease throughout the centuries and how we as a 21st century Church can respond to present pandemic crisis.
At the end of this nano-course, students will be able to
- Know how the church has responded to disease throughout the centuries.
- Acknowledge and appreciate the ministry of the church during the crisis.
- Respond to the present pandemic crisis.
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