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Carolina, the Baptist General Association of Virginia, or the Southern Baptist Conservatives of Virginia as either a messenger or an observer. 2 semester hrs. Pass/Fail Course. Occasional.

HIS6930 Women in Church History A study of the role and contribution of women in the history of the Christian church. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HIS6931 History of Feminism A study of the history of feminism from the early modern period through the present day, with special attention given to the impact of these ideas on the church in the West as well as the cultural shift that has taken place due to the redefining of gender roles in Western societies. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HIS6990 Church History Study Tour A guided tour of European sites prominent in Church History. 3 semester hrs. Pass/Fail Course. Occasional.

Historical Theology HTH6600 Historical Theology A comprehensive study of the historical development of some of the central doctrines of the Christian faith. 3 semester hrs. Prerequisites: HIS5120 or THE6120. Every 2-3 years.

HTH6911 C. S. Lewis A study of the theology of C. S. Lewis with readings in his apologetic works and in his imaginative writings. 3 semester hrs.

HTH7610 Ante-Nicene Christian Thought A study of the important historical and theological developments in the Christian church prior to the Council of Nicaea, with emphasis on how Christians interacted with their culture and the various heretical groups they encountered. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HTH7620 Patristic Christology A study of the doctrine of the person of Christ as it developed and was articulated from the council of Nicaea (325) to the Council of Chalcedon (451), with particular attention given to the significant figures during the Christological debates. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HTH7710 The History and Theology of the Reformation A historical and critical study of selected aspects of the Protestant Reformation. Also included is a study of selected writings of the Reformers and their relationship to the development of Protestant doctrine. 3 semester hrs. Prerequisite: HIS 5120.Occasional.

HTH7711 Theology of the Reformers A historical and critical study of the theology of some of the major theologians and movements of the Reformation. 3 semester hrs. Every 2-3 years.

HTH7712 Studies in Anabaptist Theology A study of the diverse European Reformation and Post-Reformation Free Church movements known collectively as Anabaptist. Special attention is given to the distinctive theological characteristics of the movement, and south German and Swiss Anabaptists are especially highlighted. 3 semester hrs. Occasional.

HTH7713 Calvin and the Reformed Tradition A study of the life and work of John Calvin with attention to the continuing influence of his thought. His influence will be covered through its impact on later Reformed thinkers and confessions. Attention will be given to possible Reformed influence in Baptist history and theology. 3 semester hrs. Prerequisite: HIS 5120. Occasional.

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2012-2013 Academic Catalog  

The official Academic Catalog of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary