REL 2050 - Christianity


Provides a selective but wide-ranging survey of Christianity, tracing developments in Christian thought, practices, institutions, and expression, and emphasizing study of primary sources within their social and cultural contexts. Aims to enhance students' knowledge of persons, groups, events, texts, and ideas that have contributed significantly to Christian history, and their appreciation for the diversity of forms that Christian discourses and practices have taken.

Credits: 4 hours

Notes: This course satisfies General Education Area II: Humanities.


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