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Classical philosophy, along with the language of the biblical texts themselves, has provided a framework and foundational language for the theological thought of the Church almost from the beginning. Accordingly, the understanding of theology is enhanced with a familiarity of philosophical thought and language.  T100 - Christian Philosophy provides this foundation by introducing important terms, concepts, and figures of classical philosophy and the relational framework to the Christian faith and message.

This survey course covers the central themes in the theological development of Anglicanism, discussing her our most influential authors, historical influences, and ideas, emphasizing the place of the Book of Common Prayer, the Thirty Nine Articles, the Caroline Divines, and the Oxford Movement. The student will develop an understanding of the “theological method” of Anglicanism, and will study the origins, development, and place of traditional Anglicanism in the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church, with emphasis on the Continuing Anglican Churches and the Affirmation of St. Louis.



An introduction to the proclamation of the Word in the Liturgy. The focus is both academic and experiential, involving an exploration of characteristics of proclamation in Church history, and in the various elements of strategies for communicating God’s Word today.