Anglican History & Theology

June 29, 2020 - July 10, 2020
Offered by Regent College
5800 University Blvd.
VancouverBCV6T 2E4

Description: This live course is available asynchronously for registered students who are working during the live sessions or in a timezone that prevents them from participating in the live sessions. For more information see the Summer FAQ here.

Modern Anglican identity is the product of a fascinating, oft-neglected history. Meet the people and explore the events—from early roots right up to the recent GAFCON movement—that have shaped the Anglican Church. Examine the core convictions, contentions, and concerns that have contributed to its theology, and read works from a variety of Anglican traditions. Leave prepared to serve with greater historical awareness and sensitivity, both within and outside the Anglican context.

Credits: 2–3 (2 Audit)
Code: HIST.650
Instructor: Jim Salladin