History of Christian Worship

CHRI 346 (3)

Presents a chronological sweep of the development and practice of Christian worship. We will consider the context of Jewish worship and the beginnings of Christian worship through reflections on the biblical text and early church documents. From these beginnings, we will reflect on the development of the western and eastern Catholic traditions, the worship in the reformed traditions, free church worship, Anglicanism and the worship within the evangelical movement, leading up to a consideration of trends in contemporary worship. Prerequisites: BSTH 101, 102. Exclusion: CHRI 240.
Course Code: CHRI 346 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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