EC-300: Early Church Studies

EC-300: Early Church Studies

VIDEO OVERVIEW
COURSE DESCRIPTION

This course offers a review of early Christian topics, with an attempt to offer a balanced perspective and acknowledge both uniformity and diversity during the first centuries of Christianity. Topics include:

  • themes and doctrine in major early church figures
  • Hebrew/Jewish Christianity as contrasted with Latin, Greek and otherwise post Hebrew/Jewish Christianity
  • Major figures
  • Early Christian attitudes on lifestyle issues
  • Debates and controversies in Early Christianity.

1 US Credit

1.7 ECTS

Certificate

COURSE OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:

  • identify major figures and works in Early Christianity
  • identify major theological themes in Early Christianity
  • identify major groups and associated controversies¬†in Early Christianity
  • discuss major primary and secondary sources.
COURSE FACULTY
Pr Laurent Cleenewerck
Theology and International AdministrationEducation: DUEST from the University of Montpellier (France), Licentiate in Theology from the Institut Saint Serge of Paris; Master in Ecumenical Studies from Ukrainian Catholic University, DSc in Religion (TBC 2011) from Universidad Rural de Guatemala.Location: United States | Nationality: France
COURSE SYLLABUS