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Christianity & Culture

In this program, you will examine Christianity’s influence on historic and modern cultures as well as the influence contemporary cultures have on how Scripture is read and made relevant today. Each course is seven weeks long, taken one at a time in a predetermined sequence over two years.

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Your First Class is Free!

An advanced degree in biblical studies equips you to answer hard questions, lead with vision and do the only work that really matters. Start with Christianity & Culture then keep going for a Master of Divinity.

The Degree for Every Christian

  • $0 YOUR FIRST CLASS IS FREE, APPLY NOW TO ENROLL FOR FALL 2022
  • $1000 WE WILL MATCH YOUR CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP UP TO $1,000 IN BONUS FUNDS PER YEAR!
  • 36 CREDIT HOURS NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE MAC&C DEGREE. KEEP GOING TO EARN AN M.DIV. OR MABTS DEGREE!
  • 100% ONLINE CLASSES CONVENIENTLY FIT WITH YOUR SCHEDULE

Your first class is FREE!

Master of Arts in Christianity & Culture

This degree empowers ministry at the intersections of biblical texts, our communities, and the cultures we inhabit. The 100% online courses allow students world-wide to converge with full-time Ph.D. professors who are specially certified in online teaching. Journey with a cohort of classmates to collaborate, support and encourage each other. An investment in value to your church, ministry, community and self.

Cost of Tuition

Master of Arts in Christianity & Culture

27 Hours of Core Courses, 9 Hours of Electives

Elective Course Descriptions

9 Hours of Electives Chosen From

Mas­ter of Divinity

A Master of Divinity degree from Oklahoma Christian University will help you increase in the gift of knowledge as you study in the original languages of Hebrew and Greek while diving into history and theology. Explore the OC MDiv, Dialogismos and other degrees.

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Pur­pos­es & Objectives

An OC graduate with an MAC&C degree will:

  1. Summarize the history and sociocultural significance of the Bible.
  2. Compare and contrast the major paradigms in contemporary biblical interpretation.
  3. Explore biblical and theological themes that define the Kingdom of God and its core values and what it means to live under the reign of God.
  4. Describe significant characteristics of contemporary cultures.
  5. Describe significant characteristics of the sociocultural world of the Bible.
  6. Develop biblically and theologically informed, practical strategies to help the church address contemporary social/cultural issues.
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