Created by:  Yale University

  • Bruce Gordon

    Taught by:  Bruce Gordon, Titus Street Professor of Ecclesiastical History

    Yale Divinity School
LevelBeginner
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English
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 102 ratings

This is an outstanding course! Following the development of Christianity along its historical timeline within the regional and political context of each period clarifies the "hows" and "whys" of why it developed as it did. I've studied church history in "chunks" before, but this course made its historical development and sequence logical for me. I greatly enjoyed the course and have learned a lot. Thank you so much for creating it and making it available to us!

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Great Course. Learned a lot from this course. Thank you!

I really enjoyed following this well-presented course. Despite the limitations of the format, the instructors came over very well. I had some knowledge of the subject from a particular viewpoint but I found I gained a broader understanding and more complete perspective on the development of Western Christianity through this course. Unfortunately the discussion forums really are not working well, with limited participation and virtually no responses from learners or instructors.