Church in the Making: Patristic Christianity

HIST 0611 (3)

The Patristic era (2nd-7th centuries) was a monumental period in defining and shaping Christianity theologically and ecclesiastically. This course will survey this period through examining key Christian men and women, who represent crucial historical events and themes, produced rich literary heritage, played defining roles in church affairs, and impacted Christianity in major ways in late antiquity. The selective examples will be considered from different historical contexts and ecclesiastical traditions. Prerequisite: HIST 0561.
Course Code: HIST 0611 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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