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Lecturer:

Fr. Cary Chan

 

Contact:

email

 

Class Venue:

SFXMS

 

Assessment:

Graded

 

Requirement:

For Seminarians only

 

Duration:

16 classes

 

Credits:

2

 

Lecture-hours:

32

 

Church History: Early and Medieval Period
CH162

Semester 1

CHAN.
Fridays - Classes are held at SFXMS.
Please contact SFXMS for more information.

 

This course discusses the growth and development of the Church during the incipient years of persecution and prosperity. It will also address the emergence in the Church of the canon of scripture, doctrine, and pastoral practices. Students will be introduced to the Eastern and Western traditions of Christianity and how they grew apart. Other topics discussed include: The Jewish Question; the writings of the post-apostolic age; Gnosticism; the persecutions; the theological schools in Alexandria and Antioch; the Constantinian turning point; theological controversies of the 4th and 5th centuries; monasticism; Celtic and Anglo-Saxon evangelisation; Charlemagne’s Church; monastic and papal reforms.