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T, Th 11-12, 1:15-2:30 a/georgefox.edu/foundations
This course is a combination of historical theology and church history. Will will be examining the development of major Christian doctrines and movements from the foundation of Christianity until today. In addition, this course will look more closely at Christians of different historical periods to enable students to better understand the concerns and attitudes of our brothers and sisters who came before us. Students will have the opportunity to gain a more in depth knowledge of their own historic faith tradition and Christian beliefs.
~Students should gain a clear understanding of the development of the major doctrines in Christianity including the Trinity, the nature of Christ, ecclesiology, salvation, atonement, etc.
~Students should know the distinctions between the major Christian denominations
~Students should clarify and be able to present their own theological beliefs
~Students should improve their writing and analytical skills
Alister McGrath., Christian History, an Introduction, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013 (ISBN: 9781118337806)
~Attendance and Participation - 10%
~Discussion/Responses - 10%
~Denomination Paper - 15%
~Personal Theology Statement - 20%
~First Test - 15%
~Second Test - 15%
~Third Test - 15%
If an absence is not excused, late work is penalized 10% per day.
Cheating and Plagiarism
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