This course equips students with foundational theoretical and practical tools necessary for effective interreligious and intercultural engagement within personal, organizational, supervisory, and individual spiritual caregiving contexts. Students become familiar with, and are prepared to utilize in their ministries, a range of resources from diverse religious and cultural traditions. Principles and methods of interreligious and intercultural dialogue, and of interreligious and intercultural spiritual care, are examined.

Prerequisites: Restricted to DMin students with Summer 2018 or Summer 2019 entrance years.