OPEN JAN 07, 2022 – MAR 13, 2022 1,050 $
Church History II
This course covers Church History from the Protestant Reformation to the current time, based on selected events and developments. The course will follow the path of the Reformation from the European Continent to England and Scotland, and continue with the development of Protestant traditions in North America.
TIME COMMITMENT6 HOURS PER WEEK
DURATION8 WEEKS + RESEARCH
PACETUTOR GUIDED
MODULHISTORY
COURSE LANGUAGEENGLISH
VIDEO TRANSCRIPTAVAILABLE IN ENGLISH
DIFFICULTYINTERMEDIATE
CREDIT HOURS4
TOTAL TIME80 HOURS IN TOTAL INCL. LECTURE AND RESEARCH

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What you´ll learn

Church History II: Reformation and Modern Eras
This course covers Church History from the Protestant Reformation to the current time, based on selected events and developments. The course will follow the path of the Reformation from the European Continent to England and Scotland, and continue with the development of Protestant traditions in North America..

Course Goals

  • The student describes the significance of major events in the development of the Protestant churches in Europe and North America.
  • The student describes his/her church tradition in terms of its own historical development.
  • The student describes significant ways in which he/she is a part of the unfolding of a living church history.

Preparation for the Course

  • Completion of advanced reading assignments
OPEN JAN 07, 2022 – MAR 13, 2022
1,050 $

Contents of the course in detail

Church History II: Reformation and Modern Eras
  • Martin Luther’s Reformation
  • The great reformers
  • The Reformation in England and Scotland
  • Puritans and Pilgrims and migration to the New World
  • The Enlightenment and Pietism
  • Methodism in England and America
  • Christian faith in North America
  • Revival and social reform
  • The modern mission movement
  • The Modernist - Fundamentalist controversy
  • Holiness renewal, the Pentecostal Charismatic movement, and the Evangelical awakening.

Faculty

to be announced

Final exam

Online test

Evaluation and Grading

midterm open-book essay (30%)
final open-book essay (30%)
term paper (40%)

Preparatory tasks for the students

Readings (20 hours)

Proof of achievement

Term paper (40 hours)

Required Reading

To be announced. A typical Bachelor-level course will require up to 600 pages of reading.

Additional Bibliography

To be announced.