Description   This course offers an historical overview and
survey of attitudes toward homoeroticism and
homosexuality in ancient, medieval, and modern
Christianity in the West and in present-day
American Christianities. Several key figures,
texts and movements will be considered and
analyzed with a view toward understanding and
interpreting their impact on contemporary
debates. Seminar format; research paper and two
(2) In-Class presentations are required.
This ONLINE course meets asynchronously using
Moodle. It has no required meeting times. High-
speed internet connection required. See http://
for full technology requirements. [PIN code
required; Auditors excluded]
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* Note: The description above does not necessarily apply to any courses other than the one in the latest term.
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