RELG 307: Early Christianity

RELG 307
Early Christianity Crosslisted as CLAS 307/807, HIST 307/807
Pre-1800 content.
Life, literature, thought, and institutions of the Christian movement from Jesus to Constantine. A critical, historical approach to the sources in English translation and how they reflect the interaction of Christian, Jew, and pagan in late antiquity. Includes the historical Jesus vis-a-vis the Christ of Faith, the impact of Paul's thought, the formation of Christian dogma, methods of interpreting canonical and extra-canonical Christian literature, the problem of heresy and orthodoxy.
This course is a prerequisite for: MUSC 451
Credit Hours: 3
Course Format: Lecture
Course Delivery: Classroom

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