05 Apr The Social World of Early Christianity

The Social World of Early Christianity

Phillips Theological Seminary
Completion Time: Please contact Registration Administrator
CEUs: 3 hour course = 3.5 / 2 hour course = 2.5 / 1 hour course = 1.5
Tuition: $825 ($275 per hr) for 3 credit hours plus $100 fees per semester
Instructor(s): Dennis E. Smith, LaDonna Kramer Meinders Professor of New Testament
Contact Info: Nancy Pittman

Class Description

A social analysis of the origins and development of early Christianity utilizing historical and social scientific approaches, emphasizing a comparative study of literature, art, archaeology, and social institutions of the ancient world and their relation to the church’s developing theology. For more information on this course please click here.

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