BT 661 Overview of the History of Christianity (3)
Chronologically, this survey covers the history of Christianity from the time of the early church through to the end of the nineteenth century. It includes a study of ecclesiastical organization and practice and is also concerned with the history of theology, doctrine, spirituality, and the impact of Christianity on society and of society on Christianity.
BT 663 History of Christian Life and Thought I (3)
This course provides a chronological survey of the history of Christianity from the early church to the High Middle Ages. With the companion course, BT664 History of Christian Life and Thought II, this course serves as an introduction and foundation to church history and historical theology. The focus of this course is upon the changing relationship of Christianity and culture in each period, and from this perspective, special attention is given to the history of theology, mission, spirituality, religious art, and ecclesiastical organization and practice.
A chronological, synthetic study of the four gospel records that emphasizes the time, place, circumstances, and persons involved in the events of our Lord's ministry, with the objective of developing a more complete understanding of the significance of his words and works.
The purpose of this course is to increase students’ confidence in understanding, applying, and teaching Scripture by engaging them in an intensive study of Paul’s epistle to the Galatians, employing ten Bible study methods that thoroughly examine this letter and provide a solid foundation for the study of other books of the Bible.