17 Aug The Holocaust: Roots, Realities, and Ramifications

The Holocaust: Roots, Realities, and Ramifications

Methodist Theological School in Ohio
Dates: 06/10/2019 to 08/15/2019
CEUs: 3.0
Tuition: $2,253
Hybrid:

60% on campus
40% online

Instructor(s): Dr. Jeff Jaynes
Contact Info: Lee Richards

Class Description

This class will probe one of the most disturbing and influential episodes of the 20th century. In particular, it will discuss the theological and religious issues involved in this state-supported action of genocide, drawing especially on conflicts between Christians and Jews, and exploring lingering theological problems. The mid-20th century Jewish Holocaust will be compared with other experiences of genocide. Prerequisite: CH501 and any 500-level SR course. 3 credit hours.

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