CH2001 EARLY CHURCH HISTORY: THE UNTOLD STORY
Why aren’t people of color included in the history of the Church? During the eurocentric expanse of Christianity, what was happening in Central and West Africa among the original Hebrews?
About this course
This class will examine how from the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built up on the principles of the oppressive Christian religion. This class will examine the deception from the close of the New Testament through Augustine in the West and the council of Chalcedon in the East to the reformation and post-reformation Assemblies from Martin Luther through the Puritans. This class emphasizes church history with special emphasis given to how, in many regards, the euro-centric development of the church is the great fallen away of the Torah and the Messiah’s Message.
What you'll learn
Describe the major persons and events as delineated in class lectures and assigned
Critically discuss the major themes, issues, problems, movements, and trends in the last
five centuries of the Christian Church that has oppressed people of color and hidden our identity.
Explain the deviation from Biblical truth in chronological and survey fashion.
Present a basic knowledge of the history of Christianity and research and synthesize historical doctrinal themes that deceived the masses.
Present a basic knowledge of the key movements and figures in African diasporians that practiced Biblical practices during the expansion of the eurocentric version of Christianity.
Up to 3hours
$150 USD Stdnt*
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*Price of classes may very depending on the status you chose on the application. Price for each course is $150 USD for US students, $75 USD for international students. Price for US auditors is $120 USD and $60 USD for international auditors.