Incoming Ph.D. students are matched with a supervisor from our world-class faculty who shares their research interests. Professors who can supervise students in this area are:
Students take 5 courses in their area of study and 3 “flex” seminars in whichever area they are interested. The following are just a few of the courses available to church history students.
|American Religious History to 1860||This seminar will cover issues in the development of religious life in America during the colonial, revolutionary, and early republican periods.|
|John Calvin and the Reformed Tradition||This seminar will cover the thought of John Calvin in the immediate and larger context of the Reformed tradition.|
|Life and Worship in the Early Church||A study of the spiritual lives, worship, and liturgical developments in the earliest centuries of the church, examining specific theologians, writings, doctrines, and church practices within the ancient context.|