[More Info] (Torah / Pentateuch) Part of both A.L.A. and B.L.A requirements for Theology students will be the complete reading and discussion of key elements of the entire English bible. This is the beginning phase of that project, covering Genesis through Deuteronomy.
[More INFO] By the conclusion of this course, the student will have explored the main Protestant Denominations, their growth in Europe (if applicable), their founders/leaders, and their growth in the United States. Specific topics include Overview of Protestant Reformation theology, Anabaptists, Baptists, Anglican (Episcopal), Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal, UCC (Congregationalist), Presbyterian, Protestant Social Movements in the United States, Protestant Revival Movements in the United States, Protestant para-church Movements in the United States. This course is for the A.L.A. Theology student, as a condensed version of the 332 & 333 courses required of Bachelor's students.
[More INFO] A look at those historical and contemporary situations where politics and religion collide in societies, to include the influence those situations had on the founding of America. (Required for Bachelor Theology students, recommended for Associate Theology & Political Science students, elective all others.)