2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

THEO 344 Western Christianity II

The systematic study of the development of Western Christendom from the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries focusing on major themes, figures, actions, and impulses. The historical method of research will be employed as a means of helping students to gain a contextualized understanding and appreciation for the developing role of the church and its relationship to culture. A major emphasis will be placed on the reading of primary sources as a means for understanding the development of Christian theology. 



Cross Listed Courses

HIST 344


THEO 110


Spring semester of even calendar years