Degree Program - Church History
 

3104-Q The History of Ecclesiology:  This course surveys the church's understanding of itself throughout the centuries. Attention will be given to current issues surrounding ecclesiology.

3105-Q: Survey of Church History:   An examination of developments within the Christian Church from its Jewish roots until modern times. Emphasis will be given to significant personalities and important historical events.

3110-Q Women in the Ancient World:  An examination of the lives and roles of women from Greek classical mythologies to the early Roman Empire. Special attention is given to women in the Old and New Testaments. Literary, epigraphical, artistic, historical, archeological and legal sources are analyzed to shed light on the private and public lives of women from all classes of society. (cross-listed with 3310-Q Intertestamental) Prerequisite Biblical Studies 3000-Q and Biblical Studies 3200-Q

3130-Q Anglican Church History and Ecclesiology:  A survey of the core convictions and concerns that have characterized Anglican theology from the Reformers to the present. The course will include a discussion of Anglican identity today.

3135-Q: The History of Anglican Sacramental Theology:  This course will explore the history of the development of sacramental theology in the Anglican tradition. The course will take an in depth look at Eucharist, Baptism, and Reconciliation and how they relate to the practice of ministry today.

3140-Q The Anglican Church in Newfoundland and Labrador 16th - 21th Centuries: This course traces the development of the church in Newfoundland since the seventeenth century. Particular attention is given to the Church of England/Anglican Church of Canada during the twentieth century.

3150-Q Church History in Newfoundland and Labrador:  A study of the religious history of Newfoundland and Labrador from its earliest beginnings to the present.

3165-Q: History & Theology of Revivals:  This course will examine the history and theology of revivals from the Great Awakenings of the 18th century to the present, with some attention to their roots in the Middle Ages and the Reformation. Special emphasis will be given to the Evangelical Revival sparked by John Wesley, together with associated personalities and their doctrines. Consideration will also be given to the political and social consequences of this movement in the 19th and 20th centuries. The format will combine lecture and discussion with seminar presentations.

3190-Q Directed Study and Research:  The student selects a topic in the field of Church History and pursues a course of reading and research in consultation with an instructor.

3192-Q Directed Study and Research:   The student selects a topic in the field of Church History and pursues a course of reading and research in consultation with an instructor.