HC 676 - Modern Christianity as a Global Phenomenon

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This course serves as an intro to the historical study of Christianity as a global phenomenon. It will survey major developments within, as well as significant encounters between, the church in Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific from roughly 1600 to present. Material highlights the complex actors and trends that have shaped the church as an indigenous social institution and examine major historical developments that reflect concrete ways church impacted its context.
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Fall 2018
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14
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1