Patristic Theology

Religion 302

A study of the form and spirit of theology in the early Church fathers, from A.D. 100 to 600, emphasizing primary source texts in translation and focusing on the development of this theology through several early Christian controversies and theological loci, including: The relationship of the Old and New Testaments; the meaning of creation; the divinity and humanity of Christ; the theology of the Holy Spirit; the Cross; Christian worship; monasticism; and the life of grace.