ID217Theology of Food
ID217 : Theology of Food (1.5 Credit)
Academic Year : 2020-2021
About this course
Eating is one of the most common and most profound ways by which we relate with each other, to the created world, and to God. Indeed, Jesus Christ left a meal for his followers to remember him by. And yet many Christians think little about the food they eat: where did it come from; or the meals they share, such as who prepared the meal? Hence, as an act of Christian theologising over all aspects of life, this course will explore the many aspects of food and eating. The purpose of this class is to integrate historical, economic, and sociological perspectives from within the framework of Christian theology.
Lecturer : Kwa Kiem KiokDIRECTOR (ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMS) LECTURER IN MISSIOLOGY AND INTER-DISCIPLINARY STUDIES
Venue: Zoom Classroom , own study place