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Course Descriptions — Christian Heritage

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Older Testaments
CH110 The Orphan, the Widow, and the Immigrant: Scripture & Social Justice
CH111 Access to Biblical Hebrew
CH122 In the Wilderness with God: Teaching and Preaching the Book of Numbers
CH125 Love Song to Lament: Poetry in the Hebrew Bible
CH128 Social and Political Ideals of Ancient Israel
CH130 The Liberating Word
CH140 Feminist Approaches to Biblical Interpretation
CH161 Orientation to the Older Testament: Pentateuch and Former Prophets
CH161ON Orientation to the Older Testament: Pentateuch and Former Prophets - ONLINE COURSE
CH162 The Older Testament in the Life of the Church: Selected Prophets and Writings
   
Newer Testaments
CH210 New Testament Greek 
CH212 Justice & Peace: New Testament Perspectives
CH221 Reading Acts for the Church Today
CH222 Paul's Letter to the Romans for the 21st Century
CH225 Preaching and Teaching the Gospel of Mark
CH233 Interpreting the Bible after the Holocaust
CH261 New Testament Texts in Context 
CH262 Synoptic Gospels
CH263 Preaching the Gospels
   
Denominations
CH310 United Church of Christ History and Polity
CH311 United Church of Christ History and Polity II
CH320 United Methodist History and Polity
CH330 Presbyterian History, Worship, and Polity
CH340 Unitarian Universalist History and Polity
CH341 Unitarian Universalist History and Polity II
CH365 American Baptist Churches Today
   
Historical Theologies and Church History
CH413 Theology of John Wesley and Wesleyan Traditions
CH414 John Calvin and the Reformed Tradition
CH415 Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation
CH430 Women’s History and Experience in the Christian Church
CH440 The Reformed Confessional Tradition
CH461 Introduction to Historical Theology
CH462 Introduction to American Religious Histories
CH465 American Baptist History & Polity
CH475 Introduction to Reformed Theology


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