History of Christianity II

This course will examine the development of the Christian tradition, including the expression of seminal doctrines within the Christian church, from the 15th century to the present day.

This course, taught by William Cahoy at Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary, will examine the development of the Christian tradition, including the expression of seminal doctrines within the Christian church, from the 15th century to the present day. The course will explore the main trends in the development of the institution and primary doctrines of the church within the larger philosophical, social, and political contexts of the second millennium, paying attention to the ways in which the lived experience of Christian peoples informs and shapes its thinking.

Seminary: Saint John’s School of Theology and Seminary
Keywords: scientific method, history of science, philosophy of science, science and faith

History of Christianity II

 

 

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