HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY AND SOCIAL CHANGE (HSRS-1750)
This course provides an introductory overview of Christian history with a focus on the diversity of ways in which Christians have engaged
in efforts at social change for the common good in times of societal, economic, and political change -- from the first century to the present.
Class format will include lectures and class discussions based on the reading and interpretation of primary and secondary texts.
Requirements: the writing of six analytical essays; several pop quizzes; and two take-home written exams. This course is intended
primarily for MDiv, MA, and MTS students. It satisfies the basic history requirement for PSR's degree programs.