MA in Pastoral Ministry Class

THST 626 - Modern Christian Theology








Professor: Darius Jankiewicz
Date: March 23-27, 2014
Location: Mid-America Union Conference Office, Lincoln, Nebraska

Course Description:

Study of the major doctrinal trends of the Church from Anselm to Wesley. Particular attention given to such themes as atonement, salvation, ecclesiology, and eschatology.

Upon the completion of this course the students should:

1) Identify major theological trends in Christianity during the modern Christian era,

2) Know the teachings of key theologians and philosophers whose work will be discussed during the course,

3) Be familiar with a range of key theological terms, which constitute a necessary technical theological vocabulary, and

4) Display an understanding of the doctrinal/theological controversies that impacted the Christian Church during the period covered by this course and be able to relate these issues to current understandings.


Course Resources:

    Reservation Form( The reservation period is closed for this clas).
    Location Information

Student Attendee List:

  1. J. Harold Alomia (CEU)
  2. Jose A. Diaz
  3. Alan Harvey
  4. Richard Kurtz
  5. Nicolas Louis
  6. Otavio S. McKenzie
  7. Philip Tse



Phone: 269-471-3514   Email:
Andrews University is a Seventh-day Adventist institution of higher education
Phone: 1-800-253-2874   E-mail:
Copyright © 2015 Andrews University
Berrien Springs, Michigan 49104