TH 507

Historical Theology I

A survey study designed to give the student a sense of perspective and appreciation of the church since the time of Christ. Primary attention is devoted to the major events, individuals, and issues which have played significant roles in the history of the church. The courses are constructed around three major periods: (1) Pre-reformation, A.D. 33–1500; (2) The Reformation period, A.D.1500–1648; and (3) The Modern Age, A.D. 1648 to the present. Gnosticism, Arianism, Nestorianism, Church Councils, Anabaptism, Catholicism, the Reformation, the Puritans, and the Great Awakening, are examples of the subjects discussed. The last period is devoted to a survey of American Christianity.

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Historical Theology I Lecture 01
Historical Theology I Lecture 01
Prof. Nathan Busenitz
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Historical Theology I Lecture 02
Historical Theology I Lecture 02
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Historical Theology I Lecture 03
Historical Theology I Lecture 03
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Historical Theology I Lecture 04
Historical Theology I Lecture 04
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Historical Theology I Lecture 05
Historical Theology I Lecture 05
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Historical Theology I Lecture 06
Historical Theology I Lecture 06
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Historical Theology I Lecture 07
Historical Theology I Lecture 07
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Historical Theology I Lecture 08
Historical Theology I Lecture 08
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