This course will survey The Age of Reformation (1517-1648), The Age of Reason and Revival (1648-1789), and The Age of Progress (1789-1914). Special attention will be given to prominent leaders who help shape Christainity during these periods. In addition, key theological, political and social issues will be addressed and primary sources will be used to infrom group discussion. Lastly, we will spend a few extra weeks on the Reformation and Couter Reformation, since it sets the tone for what is to follow in Western Christianity.
Fomat: Lecture, oral reports and group discussion
Assignments: Student/s will be requried to write one reseach paper or several theolgical reflection papers