HIST 332 : History of Christianity II

A study of the rise and impact of Christianity in the Roman world and western culture. Attention is given to theological and social movements, the influence of Islam, the crusades, expansionism, and religious adaptation to modern life. The second semester traces development from the Reformation through the growth of American religion. (Also taught as RLGN 331, 332)

Overview

Program

credits

3

Semester Offered

Spring