Master of Theology in Missiology

  Master of Theology in Missiology
  Programme at the Central and
  Eastern European Institute
  for Mission Studies
  KÁROLI GÁSPÁR REFORMED 
  UNIVERSITY, HUNGARY


THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN INSTITUTE FOR MISSION STUDIES
(CIMS)
The Central and Eastern European Institute for Mission Studies (CIMS) is a regional
learning and research centre situated in Budapest, one of Europe’s most beautiful
and lively capitals. It was established as a branch of the Károli Gáspár Reformed University (KRE)
in 2006 when the university celebrated its 150th anniversary. The KRE has more than 4500
students in four departments.

New Challenges
Practical mission work requires academic missiological reflection and research. Churches in Central
and Eastern Europe are facing increasingly complex challenges to witness in word and deed in their
”post-communist” societies, including globalisation, pluralism and secularisation. CIMS therefore seeks
to integrate the following aspects of mission in education and research:
- Mutual learning experiences about mission and mission related issues
- An international and interdenominational learning community
- Study of the biblical foundations of mission
- Analysis of the history of mission
- Contextual relevance
- Spiritual depth

Key Values
- Focus on “Post-communist” and secularised Europe: a context in transition
- Church and mission seeking new relevance
- Mission is God’s mission
- Bridge as symbol and as challenge

CONTACT
The staff of the Central and Eastern European Institute for Mission Studies
will provide further information and answers questions via email,
telephone as well as in a personal consultation.

KRE-CIMS
IX. Kálvin tér 7. II. floor
H-1461 Budapest, Pf. 73
Tel: +36(1) 216 2054/113
Fax: +36-1-216 2054/101
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http://www.kre.hu/kmti
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