Faith & Culture

The DMin in Faith and Culture takes students to the intersection of theology and culture in an effort to build an appropriate framework for contextualizing the gospel and the church, especially for North America. Students in this program will develop the skills to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate 21st Century perspectives on theology and cultural context in order to respond to cultural issues. In this program, you’ll learn from theologians who actively engage culture and apologetics from a Christian perspective. Graduates with the DMin in Faith and Culture will be equipped to lead their churches and organizations to navigate the different streams of culture from a biblical perspective.

  • Modified Residency

  • Residential

At a Glance

  • 31

    Credit Hours

Program Courses

It was during my Doctor of Ministry at Southeastern when I established that I wanted to be about missional disciple-making for the rest of my life.

Will Browning DMin alum

DMin in Context


  • Lead well in the local church

  • Equip others to lead

What Courses Will I Take?

Below is a sample of the required courses. To see a complete list, view the academic catalog.

  • DMN 8504 – Church in its Cultural Context
  • DMN 8505 – Gender and Sexuality
  • DMN 8506 – Cultural Apologetics
  • DMN 8508 – Human Dignity

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