WR-235: Christianity - The First 1000 Years

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Christianity - First 1000 Year

Catalog Info

Credit Hours
3.00
Contact Hours
3.00
Course Description

Introduces the origins of Christianity beginning with the figure of Jesus and his portrayal in early Christian writings. Studies the early teachings and their influence on later Christian theological understanding of the nature of Jesus through readings in the New Testament. Also explores the historical development of Christianity from its origins in Palestine beginning 1 B.C.E. through its expansion into the Roman Empire and ending at the schism between the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Western Catholic Church in the 1054 C.E.

Pre-requisites
WR-232, grade "C" or better
Course Satisfies MACRAO Requirements
No
Course Satisfies MTA Requirements
Yes
Course Satisfies the following General Education Outcomes
Category 5: Humanities and Fine Arts

Credit for Prior College-Level Learning

Options for Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
Other
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