Seminary & Graduate Courses

The following is a list of Seminary & Graduate courses offered by Tyndale. You can also see the course schedule for specific terms.

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Course code Course Name/Description
HIST 0545 Early Christian Spirituality
Spirituality, seen as integration and peace in life, surged into popularity in the West in the late 20th century. Offers a fresh perspective...
HIST 0561 History of Christianity I
Long before the year 1500, global Christianity stretched from Iceland and Ireland to Mongolia and south to Ethiopia. Across this vast area,...
HIST 0562 History of Christianity II
The excitement and the trauma of the reformation period in Europe extended over two hundred years. Events changed the face of the continent....
HIST 0570 Directed Reading and Research
Directed Reading and Research (DRR) courses allow students to study in a specific area of interest not addressed by the scheduled course...
HIST 0603 Imitating Christ: Suffering and Death in Christianity
Explores the diverse ways Christians have responded throughout history to Christ's call to take up their cross and follow him, focusing...
HIST 0609 Chistian-Muslim Encounters
Soon after its appearance in the seventh century, Islam became an integral part of the ancient world in which Christianity had taken root in...
HIST 0611 Church in the Making: Patristic Christianity
The Patristic era (2nd-7th centuries) was a monumental period in defining and shaping Christianity theologically and ecclesiastically. This...
HIST 0642 Canadian Christianity
Investigates issues including, but not limited to, Indigenous Christianity, secularization, immigration, Christendom, pluralism, and...
HIST 0660 Healing in the Christian Tradition
Human experience has been dogged by disease and injury, prompting universal attempts to deal with the effects. Explores Christian thought and...
HIST 0665 Evangelicalism
Takes a global perspective to trace the development of evangelicalism from the 1700s to the present day. Evangelicalism will be compared and...
HIST 0670 - 0675 Special Topics in Christian History
Examination of specific topics in Christian history.
HIST 0763 Studying History Where it Happened: Study Tour
Tyndale sponsors course tours to various places at which events of historical interest and significance occurred. Examples include Germany,...
HIST CM12 History of Christianity I
A survey of the history of Christianity from the earliest days of the church through the first phase of the Reformation. It examines the main...
HIST CM24 History of Christianity II
A survey of the history of Christianity from the time of the Reformation through the 20th century. It explores the main currents in...
HIST I808 and HIST I809 History of Christianity I and II
This two-part course examines the major movements, events and ideas in the development of Christianity from the early church to the present....
HIST IS04 History of Christianity I
The history of Christianity up until close to the present time will be examined. This course will look at traditional historical accounts...
HIST IS05 History of Christianity II: Indigenous History and Mission
Continuing on from History of Christianity I, this course will examine ways in which the Indigenous church has been planted and has grown...
OLDT/NEWT/THEO/HIST 0870 Directed Reading and Research
Directed Reading and Research (DRR) courses allow students to study in a specific area of interest not addressed by the scheduled course...
OLDT/NEWT/THEO/HIST 0899 Thesis Research and Writing
See the Thesis Handbook for details.