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Christianity Through the Ages Diploma Course

online course with accreditation and certificates included


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Summary

Price
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£49 inc VAT (was £127)
Offer ends 22 August 2091
Study method
Distance learning, self-paced
Duration
150 Hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
150 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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  • Certified Course
  • Accredited Course
  • Online study
  • Tutor support
  • No time limit for completing your course
  • 150 hours of study

CPD

150 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Certification Service

Description

Christianity is the most-followed religion in the world, but how did it get there? From early Christianity onwards, the Christianity Through the Ages Diploma Course takes you through the history and growth of the Christian faith and its practices.

Beginning with early Christianity, the course covers the Jewish Hellenistic Period, Ministry of Jesus, Apostolic Age and Ante-Nicene Period, before moving onto the early Middle Ages, with the Western Missionary Expansion and Byzantine Iconoclasm, and the high Middle Ages, with the Carolingian Renaissance, Monastic Reform, Investiture Controversy, Medieval Inquisition, conversion of the Scandinavians and the Conversion of the Slavs.

We discuss Eastern Orthodox captivity - delving into the fall of Constantinople, isolation from the West, religious rights under the Ottoman Empire and how the Eastern Church found itself subject to the Turkish system of corruption.

We continue on, to the late Middle Ages and the Early Renaissance, as we dive into the Avignon Papacy (1309-1378), Western Schism (1378-1416), John Wycliff and Jan Hus as well as the Italian Renaissance.

You’ll discover Early Modern Era Christianity with Revivalism, the Great Awakenings and Restorationism, and Late Modern Era Christianity with Modern Eastern Orthodoxy, Modern Trends in Christian Theology, the Second Vatican Council, Ecumenism and the Pentecostal Movement.

We explore the various denominations of Christianity - Catholicism, Protestantism and Eastern Orthodox. We observe Christianity in Britain - looking at Constantine and Augustine, Alfred and the Normans, the Reformation and the English Civil War.

The Christianity Through the Ages Diploma Course concludes with a look at Christian practices, including the Sacraments, Liturgical Calendar, symbols, baptism and prayer.

Who is this course for?

Providing an exploration of the global spread of Christianity, this course will be of interest to you if you wish to improve your spiritual life, understand how Christianity affected history and vice versa, or if you have a general interest in the development and uptake of religion.

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