History of Christianity I

— HIST 0561 (3)

Long before 1500, global Christianity stretched from Iceland and Ireland to Mongolia and south to Ethiopia. Across this vast area, people of faith confronted dramatically differing and constantly changing circumstances. They made decisions about culture, political power, the spiritual life, the canon of Scripture, and doctrine― decisions that shaped the flow of human history―and they experienced both success and loss on the grand scale. The narrative of the course and the reading from materials they wrote carries students into the dynamism of early Christian life.
Course Code: HIST 0561 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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