Description
A study of Christianity within its modern socio-historical contexts. Possible topics within the course include the development of indigenous Christainites in the two-thirds world, the rise of global Pentecostal-charismatic movements, the shift to the global south within Catholicism, the growth of post-communist Orthodoxy, mainline Protestant missionary endeavors, and evangelical Christian influence on political and social policies worldwide. (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: One Religion course
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities