Church History II

This course covers major theological movements within the Christian church, from the Reformation to the present.

This course, taught by Brian Lugioyo at Azusa Pacific Seminary,  covers major theological movements within the Christian church, from the Reformation to the present. Consideration is given to major theologians and their works and significant developments in the history of the modern church (including the movement of Methodism as well as the rise of modern science).

Seminary: Azusa Pacific Seminary
Keywords: church history, Christian history, environment, astronomy, physics, evolution, geology, genetics, creationism

Church History II

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