SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY
TS 571 The Ancient Church (3) Richard C. Gamble, Th.D. From the close ofthe New Testament in 95 AD. to approximately 600 AD.; the church and the Roman Empire; ecclesiasti cal organization; development of theology and dogma; Christian life and worship. TS 572 Reformation Church History (3) W. Robert Godfrey, Ph.D. A study of the development of the theol ogy, the piety and the churches of the Reformation against the backdrop of the so cial, political and intellectual character of the sixteenth century. TS 573 The History ofChristianity in America (3) John D. Hannah, Th.D., Ph.D. A study of the Protestant churches in Amer ica from colonial beginnings to the present with emphasis on the numerous influences that have forged the current religious scene.
TS 583 Urban Mission and Ministry (2) Roger S. Greenway, Th.D. A course that focuses on Christian Missions and ministry in the world's grow ing cities. The Biblical basis for urban min istry is presented and case studies of effec tive urban strategies worldwide are exam ined. Attention is give to urban issues such as ministry to the poor and homeless, pas toring and raising a family in the city, and planting urban churches.
TS 574 The Theology of]onathan Edwards (3) John H. Gertsner, Ph,.D. An examination of the theology of
Jonathan Edwards in detail. Taking a topical approach, the course covers Edwards' teach ings regarding all the major points of System atic Theology with particular emphasis on Edward's unique theological contributions. TS 581 Introduction to World Christian Missions (2) William D. Taylor, Ph.D. An introductory survey of the theology, history, culture, politics, and methods of the Christian mission, with special emphasis on recent developments, crucial issues and fu ture trends, ending with a study of missions in the local church. TS 582 The History ofMissions (3) J. Herbert Kane, L.H.D. This course traces the historic develop ment of the Christian mission in chronologi cal sequence from Pentecost to William Carey (1793). The modern period is devel oped along geographical lines: Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Europe. The course closes with an attempt to evaluate the achievements of the past and the prospects of the future.
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