Introduction to Church History (SACT)

Thu, 27 September 2018

This ten-week course will cover the history of the Christian Church in a broadly chronological manner. Each of the sessions will focus on a particular period of church history from the first century to the present day. Within each session, time will be given not only to key dates and events, individuals and movements, but to art, architecture, liturgy and, where possible, to music. The course will focus on western church history, but include material relating to the Orthodox churches and to Christianity in Africa, Asia and South America, as well as Europe and North America.

This module may be taken independently, or as a 20 credit core module (with assessment) of  SACT or SACT+.

 The library will be open from 6-8pm before these courses for students to use. 

Tutor:  The Rev’d Dr Kenneth Padley, Tutor in Church History

Cost:  £110

Venue: Chapter Room, The Deanery (please click link for map)

Dates:  Thursdays 27 September – 6 December (excl. 1 November)

Time: 8.00pm - c. 9:45pm


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