RELI 406 - Christianity And Late Antiquity

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This advanced seminar treats the formation of Christinaity as an instituional power in relation to the Roman Empire. Starting with the Edict of Milan in 313 CE, which put an end to persectution of Christians, and closing with the Council of Chalcedon in 451 CE, which established normative Christian doctrine, we will move through this development in seven roughly chronological units. 3.000 Credit hours Levels: Graduate, Undergraduate, Undergraduate Professional, Visiting Graduate, Visiting Undergraduate Schedule Types: Seminar Religion Department Course Attributes: Instructor Permission Required
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