History of Christianity
— HIST 151 (3)
Introductory historical evaluation of Christianity in terms of periods (e.g., Roman, Medieval), people (e.g., Augustine, Luther), movements (e.g., Crusades, Reformation) and moods (e.g., capitalism, imperialism). Its focus is upon key historical themes in Western civilization through the lens of its most significant phenomenon, Christianity. In this core course, students will learn how to read both original documents and historical books and how to write basic undergraduate history essays. Offered only to students in the Degree Completion Program.
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