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Church History

History of Christianity II
TuThFr 8:00-8:50 am
Required of M.Div. and M.A. candidates.
3 credits.
Mr. Deming and Mr. Moorhead
A-Th 1:30pm;  B-Th 2:30pm;  C,D,E,F-Fr 8:00am;  G,H-Fr 9:00am;  I,J-Fr 10:40am;  K-Fr 11:40am


Augustine's City of God
Mo 1:30-3:20pm, Th 3:30-4:20pm
Prerequisite: course CH101.
3 credits.
Ms. McVey.


Pagans and Christians
Tu Th 11:40-12:55pm
Prerequisite: course CH101.
3 credits.
Ms. McVey


Women Leaders of the Medieval Church
Tu 2:30-5:20pm
Prerequisite: course CH101.
3 credits.
Mr. Rorem


Church-State Relations from the High Middle Ages through the Reformation
Mo 3:30-4:20pm; Th 1:30-3:20pm
3 credits.
Mr. Appold


Spiritual Autobiography
Tu 10:40-12:30pm; We 8-8:50am
This course will examine the rich diversity of the Autobiography tradition, paying particular attention to how religious faith shapes the telling of an individual's life.We will consider the terms "autobiography," "self," and "spiritual," in considerable depth: is it possible to know the self fully? What types of truths are hidden or revealed in autobiographical writing? How does religion explicitly contribute to the shaping of a life story? Some of the texts we will read include: St.Augustine's Confessions; Frederick Douglass,' An American Slave;Simone Weil's Waiting for God; Elie Wiesel's Night; The Autobiography of St.Teresa of Avila; Black Elk Speaks; and Audre Lorde's Zami. This will be a writing- intensive course. In addition to using writing as an implement for the critical explication of literary texts, we will use writing as a tool for spiritual formation and reflection. Enrollment limited to 25 students.
3 credits.
Ms. Pierce.


Muslims and Christians from Mohammed to Luther
MoWe 11:40-12:55pm
Prerequisite: course CH101.
3 credits.
Mr. Rorem


The Radical Reformation
Mo 10:40-12:30pm; Fr 11:40-12:30pm
Suggested prerequisites: courses CH101 and CH102.
3 credits.
Mr. Appold


African Pentecostalism
Tu 1:30-3:20pm; Fr 8-8:50am
3 credits.
Mr. Omenyo


The Search for a Christian America
Tu 10:40-12:30pm; Fr 9-9:50am
3 credits.
Mr. Moorhead


Ph.D. Seminar
M.Div and Th.M. (and all non-Ph.D.) students must receive instructor approval to enroll and complete enrollment form, available in the Registrar's office and on the Registrar's website.


Modern European Church History
Tu 1:30-4:20pm
Topic of the seminar: Religion and National Identity in Modern Europe.
3 credits.
Mr. Deming


African Initiatives in Christianity
Mo 2:30-5:20pm
3 credits.
Mr. Omenyo


The American Jeremiad: American Religion in Cultural Context
Th 1:30-4:20pm
Using sermons, public addresses, legal documents, and literary texts, this seminar will explore the creation of a distinctly American civil religion by charting the historical and religious significance of the jeremiad form in American public discourse. Some of the texts we will employ to enlarge our understanding of the jeremiad form, including: the sermons of Jonathan Edwards and Increase Mather; David Walker's Appeal and Abraham Lincoln's "Emancipation Proclamation;" Nathaniel Hawthorne's short stories and Walt Whitman's poetry; Ida B. Well's journalistic endeavors and the speeches of Susan 8. Anthony. With its particular focus on the intersections of race, class, and gender in American life, this seminar explores both the sacred and secular significance of the jeremiad form in American religious life. 3 credits.
Ms. Pierce.