03 Jan HST 302 Introduction to Christian Traditions II

HST 302 Introduction to Christian Traditions II

Saint Paul School of Theology
Completion Time: 3 credit hours
Tuition: $637 per credit hour plus student fees
Instructor(s): Saint Paul Faculty
Contact Info: Shannon Hancock

Class Description

This course surveys the history of Christianity from the Reformations of the 16th century to the present, providing an introduction to the history of the church and theology in this period. It attends to diverse figures, movements and practices and includes close reading of selections from primary sources. It also introduces the art of interpreting texts to discover how historical witnesses can inform the theology and practice of ministries today. (ACOS, CEU, DCN)

 

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