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Cultural Engagement

Definition for Cultural Engagement

“The student demonstrates appreciation for the many dimensions of ongoing public-square and global conversations related to social, cultural, religious, biblical, and theological concerns, and develops a biblical Christian perspective that results in knowledgeable, compassionate dialogue with appropriate evangelistic engagement.”


Audience Analysis


  • Meet with people who espouse other views.
  • Meet with people of different cultural backgrounds.
  • Get information about different groups the book refers to.


  • Professors
  • Students
  • Neighbors


  • Have a document to work from detailing the different types of people.


Audience Analysis (PDF)


Learning Reflection

As I developed and demonstrated cultural engagement,  I have learned people are always more similar than I think. At a certain level we all have the same hopes and desires, fears and concerns, and ability to misunderstand others.

Life-long Learning Statement

As a result of the experiences documented by these artifacts, I will continue to develop in cultural engagement by continuing to get to know and understand and meet people on equal ground understanding people as people and not as a sum of stereotypes and tendencies.