InMinistry MAPMin Class

CHIS660 History of Religion in America











Professor: Trevor O'Reggio

Date: November 11-15, 2012
Location: Southeastern California Conference office (Riverside, CA)


Course Description:

Knowledge- upon successful completion of this course the student will:

Trace the development of major Christian traditions in American history
Know how race and culture has shaped the religious landscape of America life. 
Examine the historical context out of which several unique American religious traditions have emerged.
Know the major religious turning points in American history

Skills- upon successful completion of this course the student will:

Understand and critique selected primary source material pertaining to religious history in America.
Research, evaluate and analyze major religious issues in American history

Attitudes, Values and Commitments-upon successful completion of this course the student will:

Develop an appreciation for the religious diversity of American society.
Develop a sensitivity to the religious traditions outside of your own.
Value the contributions that religions have made towards the establishment of the American nation.


Class Resources:


Attendee List:  

1. Amanda Johnston

2. Elisabeth Parent

3. Nancy Chadwick

4. Michael A. Henry

5. Philip Tse

6. S. Glenn Holland

7. Elizer Sacay

8. Donna Holland

9. Jorge Larrondo

10. Elbert Moralde (CEU)

11. Ray Khachatourian

12. Sukho Shon

13. Vince MacIsaac

14. Jose Diaz

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