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Early Christian Church

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Deborah Buell

on 1 May 2013

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The Early Christian Church provides the student with a thorough overview of the scope and wealth of early Christian literature, theology, and ritual. The course primarily covers the work of the Fathers down to Gregory the Great. The course is a thorough résumé of modern patristic research, and serves as a basic introduction to the field. Course Description After completing this course you will be able to:

Describe the origins of the Christian church.
Identify the major Church Fathers and discuss their contributions to the development of the early Christian church.
Investigate the different heresies of the first through fourth centuries of the modern era and the Church Fathers’ responses to them.
Comprehend the difference between the early Roman and Greek Christian churches. Learning Outcomes The Nicene Council Major
Course
Topics and
Questions
Explored Is Christ man or God? The Virgin Mother Is she the Mother of God or the Mother of a Mortal? Roman and Greek
Churches Where is the founding church? Why Study...Early Christianity with Tom O'Loughlin Important questions explored. Writing Assignments Who were the early church fathers? By Dr. Ed Cueva
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