History of Global Christianity I

This course explores the history of Christianity from the second century to the middle of the fifteenth century.

This course, taught by Nathan Jérémie-Brink at New Brunswick Theological Seminary,  explores the history of Christianity from the second century to the middle of the fifteenth century. We will identify formative stages in Christianity’s development as a world religious movement and engage in various methods to consider key theological texts, terms, and traditions in historical context.

Seminary: New Brunswick Theological Seminary
Keywords: public health, medicine, biology, plague, suffering

History of Global Christianity I

 

 

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