Syllabi - Topic: evangelicalism - 6 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 2013 course by Dennis Ngien at Tyndale Seminary is a "thematic study of Christian doctrine according to the evangelical protestant tradition."
A 2013 course by James Beverley at Tyndale Seminary is part II of a "thematic study of Christian doctrine according to the evangelical protestant tradition."
A course by Dan Eppley at McMurry University surveys "the writings of John Wesley in their social, political, and intellectual context."
A 2009 course by Wesley Wildman at Boston University surveys "the history, sociology, theology, and ethics of the tension between liberals and evangelicals that has persisted among Protestant Christians within the United States, under various names, since early in the nineteenth century."
A 2008 course by Scott Seay at Christian Theological Seminary "offers a sympathetic but critical exploration of both the history and theology of Protestant evangelicalism in the United States."
A course by Mark Teasdale at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary on "the theological and practical considerations of conceptualizing evangelism and integrating evangelism into various aspects of congregational life."