HIS2302-3 The Church: From the Reformation Through the 20th Century (HF)

HIS2302 The Church: From the Reformation Through the 20th Century (formerly titled HIS2302 The Church: From the Reformation to the Present) (HF) (2 credits)

This course provides an introductory study of the history of Christianity from the Reformation in the sixteenth century to the present day. The student will consider renewal periods, organizational matters, theological issues, and geographic expansion. The student will also examine the lives and contributions of significant Christian preachers, leaders, and theologians, concluding with an assessment of current trends such as the charismatic renewal and non-Western missionary outreach. The lessons are structured to enable the student to apply insights learned from the past to contemporary situations.
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
HIS2202/3 The Church: From Pentecost to the Reformation
Materials required:
IST: The Church: From the Reformation Through the 20th Century by Donald D. Smeeton
New International Version of the Bible

HIS2303 The Church: From the Reformation Through the 20th Century (formerly titled HIS2303 The Church: From the Reformation to the Present) (HF) (3 credits)

See description of HIS2302 The Church: From the Reformation
Through the 20th Century above. This course is the same as HIS2302 The Church: From the Reformation Through the 20th Century except that a CRA must be completed. The textbook for the CRA is listed under “materials required.”
Prerequisite or sequence recommendation:
HIS2202/3 The Church: From Pentecost to the Reformation
Materials required:
IST: The Church: From the Reformation Through the 20th Century by
Donald D. Smeeton
CRA Textbook: Christianity through the Centuries (3rd ed.) by Earle E. Cairns
New International Version of the Bible