Christendom@
Project

Delivering for-credit intellectual formation to students at Catholic student centers around the country.

HIST 501: Early Christian Literature

This course explores the development of the idea of Christianity through early councils and controversies with attention on the thinkers who shaped the history of this development. Focus is placed on an analysis of primary sources from the period.
SPRING 2020: Mondays, 5:00 pm -7:00 pm, Eastern Time

How it Works

The Christendom@ Project is designed specifically for undergraduate students at public or private universities.  Take livestream online courses from anywhere in the country.  In Spring 2020, SCRI 502: Introduction to the Bible will be offered.

SCRI 502: Introduction to the Bible

This course is an investigation of the religious content of the Scriptures in light of the historical, social, and intellectual contexts out of which they emerged. The student will be introduced to problems and methods of interpretation.
SPRING 2020: Tuesdays, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm, Eastern Time

 

 

Christendom@ History

Christendom@ was successfully launched with the pilot course, HIST 501/Early Christian Literature, at the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Student Center in September of 2018. Transfer credit recognition was awarded by Purdue University that same semester. Additional courses will be layered in during the academic year of 2019-2020. We seek pioneering students willing to help us launch this exciting and important initiative on other campuses.

Contact Us

 

(703) 658 4304

4407 Sano Street, Alexandria, VA, 22312

graduate@christendom.edu