CH 5051 HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY I
This course explores the development of Christianity from its inception in the first century to the close of the Reformation era in the sixteenth century. Through a sympathetic engagement with primary and secondary historical sources, students will acquire a general understanding of the patristic period; the ecumenical councils the ecumenical,; the emergence of medieval polity, philosophy and theology; the cultural synthesis of the high Middle Ages; the Renaissance in Italy and northern Europe; and the Protestant and Catholic Reformations. Taught by Mark Chapman, PhD.
- MA/TS Global and Historical Studies / MDiv core (4 semester hours)
- Thursdays, 6:30-9:15 pm
- August 30-December 13