HIST 0665 (3)

Takes a global perspective to trace the development of evangelicalism from the 1700s to the present day. Evangelicalism will be compared and contrasted to other forms of Protestantism before it, other Christian movements that have grown with it, separated from it, or been influenced by it. While global in scope, the course will conclude with an examination of some of the controversial roles evangelicalism has played in recent politics and culture, notably in North America.
Course Code: HIST 0665 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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