2016–17 Catalog courses

The courses listed here are those published in Calvin College’s current academic catalog. Not all courses are offered in the current year.

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Biblical Literature & Theology

This course is a study of the Bible within its literary, historical, cultural, and canonical context in order to understand its central theological teachings.

  • Course code: REL-121
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
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Christian Theology

A study of Christian theology in light of its historical development and ongoing significance, this course surveys the central teachings of the Christian Church as rooted in the Bible, formulated by key theologians, and summarized in the ecumenical creeds and Reformed confessions.

  • Course code: REL-131
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
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Pentateuch

A study of the first five books of the Bible. This course examines the accounts of creation, the fall, Israel?s ancestors, the exodus, and the giving of the Law. Theological issues explored include the nature of God, human beings, and the world, our covenantal relationship with God, and the presence of God in historical events. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-211
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Old Testament Historical Books

This course explores the Old Testament books of Joshua through 2 Kings, 1 and 2 Chronicles, Ezra, and Nehemiah in terms of their literary features, historical settings, and theological themes. Particular attention is devoted to the prophetic character of these works, which provide a theological interpretation of Israel?s history. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-212
  • Semester: fall
  • Department: Religion
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Psalms and Wisdom Literature

Students examine the books of Psalms, Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes. The three focuses of the course are how to read poetry, the different categories of the Psalms and their interpretation, and the role of wisdom books in the Bible. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-213
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Prophets

The books of Old Testament prophetic literature are studied, including Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and selected minor prophets. Each book is considered in light of its literary characteristics and sociohistorical context with a view to explicating the text?s theological message and its contemporary relevance. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-214
  • Semester: spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Synoptic Gospels & Acts

This is a study of Matthew, Mark, and Luke-Acts. After dealing with introductory issues, this course examines the text and context of the books to discern their major themes. The relationship between the Synoptic Gospels and the historical Jesus is also considered. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-221
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Gospel and Letters of John

This course studies the Fourth Gospel and 1-3 John. Students consider matters of introduction, historical context, interpretation of major themes, and distinctive theological contributions. Pre-requisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-222
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Paul's Letters

A study of Paul?s letters focusing on their meaning within the context of early Christian communities. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-223
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Revelation and General Letters

This course studies Revelation and the general letters, including Hebrews, James, 1 and 2 Peter, and Jude, in terms of their literary features, historical setting, and theological emphasis. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-224
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Revelation and Knowledge of God

This course is designed to help students explore Christian and Reformed concepts of revelation. Traditional models of general and special revelation and models of biblical inspiration and authority are explored and developed in the context of modern and post-modern concerns in philosophy and non-Christian religions. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-230
  • Semester: fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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The Triune God

This course is designed to examine Christian concepts of God in considerable depth within the context of historic debates and modern discussions. Issues considered include the possibility and extent of human knowledge of God, evidence for God?s existence, the attributes of God, and the nature of the Trinity. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-231
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Creation and Humanity

This course investigates Christian teaching about the creation of the world. Topics considered include the interpretation of Genesis 1 and 2, creation out of nothing, creation and evolution, the goodness of creation and the problem of evil, the image of God, the cultural mandate and the idea of stewardship, and the eclipse of creation in modern thought. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-232
  • Semester: fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Christ and Reconciliation

The main goal of this course is to provide students with an opportunity to examine and reflect upon historic and Reformed doctrines of the person and works of Christ in the context of contemporary analytic thought and current biblical theology. Topics include Christ as God and man in current discussion, New Testament Christology and the current debates, and Reformed Christology in the making. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-233
  • Semester: spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Holy Spirit and Church

This course examines the person and the work of the Holy Spirit, especially as manifested in the formation of the universal and local church, in light of biblical teachings, confessional formulations, historical theological reflections, and personal experience. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-234
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Eschatology

Christian teachings concerning the end times and last things are studied in this course, including their biblical basis, historical formulations, and contemporary relevance. Topics covered include the return of Christ, the final judgment, the resurrection of the body, and eternal life. Millennialist and dispensationalist issues are also critically analyzed both historically and theologically. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-235
  • Semester: spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Christian Worship

A study of the history, theology, and practice of Christian worship. This course examines the relationship between theology and worship by considering the biblical basis for worship, the history of Christian liturgy, and contemporary worship. Examples of sermons, baptismal, and Lord?s Supper practices, hymnody, prayers, dance, art, and architecture from both traditional and contemporary worship are studied. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-237
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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General Church History

A survey of the history of the Christian church from its beginning to the present time, noting deviations from apostolic faith and practice, the interplay with the political, the great church councils, the crises that emerge, divisions and reunions, and the confluence of forces that determine the complexion of the Christian church today. Not to be taken if students have taken or plan to take religion 243 or 244. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-241
  • Semester: both
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Theology in America

A study of the history and theology of Christianity in America from the immigration period to the present. Attention is paid to the European background, the colonial era and such movements as revivalism, evangelicalism, fundamentalism and liberalism. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-242
  • Semester: fall, alternate years
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Hist of Christian Theology I

This is a historically oriented study of Christian theology in the Patristic and Medieval periods (100-1500). Particular attention is paid to the development of key Christian doctrines such as the Trinity and the Incarnation and to questions such as the relationship between faith and reason. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-243
  • Semester: spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Hist of Christian Theology II

This is a historically oriented study of Christian theology in the Reformation and Modern periods (1500 to the present). Particular attention is paid to the development of key Christian doctrines such as justification, sanctification, and the church and to questions such as the relationship between faith and reason. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-244
  • Semester: fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Intro to the Study of Religion

A thematic introduction to the phenomenon of religion in comparative perspective. Issues examined include the dichotomy between the sacred and the profane, the nature of religious experience and its various expressions in life, the significance of myth and ritual, and differing analyses of human existence. Attention is also given to questions about the origin, nature, and function of religion in human life and society, and to issues pertaining to the study of religion in the humanities and social sciences.

  • Course code: REL-250
  • Semester: both
  • Department: Religion
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Christianity & Religious Plurality

This course examines the relationship of Christianity to the religions of the world. An attempt is made to understand the phenomenon of religion from a theological perspective by investigating how various biblical and Christian writers have viewed Christianity?s place in the religious history of the world. Special emphasis is placed on twentieth-century attempts to confront the reality of religious pluralism. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-251
  • Semester: spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Introduction to Missions

A general introduction to Christian missions in biblical and historical perspective. This course surveys the biblical and theological foundations for missions, and the church?s interpretation and implementation of the task of spreading the gospel. The methods, challenges, successes, and failures of Christian missionary activity will be considered. Prerequisite: Religion 121 or 131.

  • Course code: REL-252
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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World Religions

A historical investigation of the nature of religion by examining the chief theories and practices of some of the world?s major, non-Christian religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucian-ism, Taoism, and Islam. Emphasis is placed on each tradition?s analysis of the basic human problem and the solution that it offers to the problem. Some attention is also paid to new, emergent religious movements and their relationship to older established traditions. Prerequisite: one religion course.

  • Course code: REL-255
  • Semester: spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Christianity and Culture

This course is a critical survey of models by which God?s people have defined their relationship to the world, from Biblical times to the present, with a particular emphasis on the Reformed tradition. Special attention is given to the contemporary relevance of this discussion, both in terms of ways in which different models are visible in today?s world and in terms of ways that the Reformed model can be applied to present concerns. Prerequisite: biblical and theological foundations core.

  • Course code: REL-295
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121
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Biblical Interpretation

Alternate years. A study of the methods and principles of biblical interpretation. Various exegetical and hermeneutical approaches will be examined and evaluated in terms of their usefulness for understanding the meaning and message of the scriptures. Prerequisite: at least two courses in biblical studies or permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-307
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 2 COURSES FROM REL-211 REL-212 REL-213 REL-214 REL-221 REL-222 REL-223 REL-224
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Biblical Theology

A course in constructive biblical theology, focusing on central themes, the problem of the unity and diversity of scripture, the ?center? of biblical revelation, and proper methodology. Issues are considered in the context of historic and recent attempts to construct a biblical theology. Prerequisite: at least two courses in biblical studies or permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-309
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 2 COURSES FROM REL-211 REL-212 REL-213 REL-214 REL-221 REL-222 REL-223 REL-224
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History & Archaeol Of Israel

A study of the history of ancient Israel from the patriarchs through Ezra in the context of recent research on this topic. This course will consider the sources for reconstructing the history of Israel, including the Old Testament, Ancient Near Eastern literary remains, and archaeological evidence, as well as appropriate methods for interpreting these sources. Prerequisite: 121 or an intermediate biblical studies course.

  • Course code: REL-311
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: Take REL-121 REL-211 REL-212 REL-213 REL-214 REL-221 REL-222 REL-223 or REL-224.
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When Women Read the Old Testament

In the last two decades, biblical interpretation by women and about women has blossomed and made significant contributions to the field of biblical studies. This course will study feminist approaches to the Old Testament and examine key passages relating to gender issues. Prerequisite: 121 or an intermediate biblical studies course.

  • Course code: REL-313
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-121 REL-211 REL-212 REL-213 REL-214 REL-221 REL-222 REL-223 REL-224
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Judaism in the Time of Jesus

A study of Jewish history, literature, and thought from 400 B.C. to A.D. 100, as a background for understanding the New Testament. Literature studied includes the Apocrypha and Dead Sea Scrolls. Prerequisite: 121 or an intermediate biblical studies course.

  • Course code: REL-321
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-121 REL-211 REL-212 REL-213 REL-214 REL-221 REL-222 REL-223 REL-224
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Topical Studies in Christian Origins

A historically-oriented study of selected topics on the origins of Christianity during the first century, including the Jewish and Greco-Roman context of earliest Christianity, the historical Jesus, and the history and theology of the earliest Christian communities. Prerequisite: 121 or an intermediate biblical studies course.

  • Course code: REL-323
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-121 REL-211 REL-212 REL-213 REL-214 REL-221 REL-222 REL-223 REL-224
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Theology: Theory & Method

An investigation of the nature, task, and method of the discipline of systematic theology. A review of the pre-modern history of the concept of theology serves as a prelude to the focus of the course: the status of systematic theology in the post-Enlightenment period. Issues discussed include the relationships of theology to church, academy, and society. Thinkers and approaches dealt with include Schleiermacher, Barth, Tillich, Lonergan, Pannenberg, revisionism, and post-liberalism. Prerequisite: Religion 131 or an intermediate theological studies course.

  • Course code: REL-331
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-131 REL-230 REL-231 REL-232 REL-233 REL-234 REL-235 REL-237 REL-241 REL-242 REL-243 REL-244 REL-251
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Theological Ethics

A study of Christian moral theory and its application to selected cases. This course examines how diverse understandings of God?s relationship to the creation inform how Christians think about the moral life. Ethical issues such as war, human sexuality and reproduction, death and dying, and the environment are analyzed in light of theological commitments. Prerequisite: biblical and theological foundations core or permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-332
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 GROUP; # REL-121 REL-230 # REL-121 REL-231 # REL-121 REL-232 # REL-121 REL-233 # REL-121 REL-234 # REL-121 REL-235 # REL-121 REL-237 # REL-121 REL-241 # REL-121 REL-242 # REL-121 REL-243 # REL-121 REL-244 # REL-121 REL-251 # REL-131 REL-211 # REL-131 REL-212 # REL-131 REL-213 # REL-131 REL-214 # REL-131 REL-221 # REL-131 REL-222 # REL-131 REL-223 # REL-131 REL-224
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Contemporary Catholic Theology

Alternate years. A sympathetic study of Roman Catholic theology, with particular attention to developments since the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). Topics include scripture and tradition, grace and justification, church, liturgy, and sacraments, ethics and the church in the modern world, death and the afterlife, Marian devotion, ecumenism, ecclesiastical authority and papal infallibility, and the pontificate of John Paul II. Prerequisite: 131 or an intermediate theological studies course.

  • Course code: REL-333
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-131 REL-230 REL-231 REL-232 REL-233 REL-234 REL-235 REL-237 REL-241 REL-242 REL-243 REL-244 REL-251
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Early & Medieval Theology

This course studies Medieval scholastic theology first by reading portions of Peter Lombard?s Sentences, a 12th century work that systematized Christian theology in a new way and served as the primary textbook for theological study in subsequent centuries, and then by examining how this systematic approach was developed in the work of Abelard, the Victorines, Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, and Bonaventure.

  • Course code: REL-341
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-131 REL-230 REL-231 REL-232 REL-233 REL-234 REL-235 REL-237 REL-241 REL-242 REL-243 REL-244 REL-251
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Studies in Reformation Theology

This course reads and discusses Calvin?s Institutes in order to understand Calvin?s theology as a whole both within its historical context and with regard to its continuing significance. Prerequisite: Religion 131 or an intermediate theological studies course.

  • Course code: REL-343
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 COURSE FROM REL-131 REL-230 REL-231 REL-232 REL-233 REL-234 REL-235 REL-237 REL-241 REL-242 REL-243 REL-244 REL-251
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Studies in Contemp Theology

A study of selected figures, movements, and doctrinal topics in twentieth century theology. Prerequisite: biblical and theological foundations core, or permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-345
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 GROUP # REL-121 REL-230 # REL-121 REL-231 # REL-121 REL-232 # REL-121 REL-233 # REL-121 REL-234 # REL-121 REL-235 # REL-121 REL-237 # REL-121 REL-241 # REL-121 REL-241 # REL-121 REL-242 # REL-121 REL-243 # REL-121 REL-244 # REL-121 REL-251 # REL-131 REL-211 # REL-131 REL-212 # REL-131 REL-213 # REL-131 REL-214 # REL-131 REL-221 # REL-131 REL-222 # REL-131 REL-223 # REL-131 REL-224
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Judaism

A study of the major developments in Jewish

  • Course code: REL-352
  • Semester: Fall, Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Islam

A historical and comparative study of Islam in its diverse regional and cultural settings, including the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the West. Topics will include the life and times of Prophet Muhammad, the Quran, the division between Sunni and Shia, and the formation of the traditions of Hadit and Shariah. Prerequisite: one religion course and sophomore or higher status.

  • Course code: REL-353
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Hinduism

This course introduces Hindu religious traditions by examining Hindu mythology, philosophy and society from its beginning to the present. Topics will include the law of karma, class structure, dharma, yoga, devotional traditions, liberation, modern reform movements and Hindu mythology as presented in its sacred texts, including the Vedic hymns, Upanishads, and Bhagavad-Gita. Prerequisite: one religion course and sophomore or higher status.

  • Course code: REL-354
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Buddhism

A historical and doctrinal study of Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism, focusing on Buddhist views of the human predicament and its solution, and different teachings and Buddhists practices in various regions of Asia and the West. Other topics include the historical Buddha?s sermons, Buddhist psychology, cosmology, meditation, bodhisattvas, Pure Land and Zen. Prerequisite: one religion course and sophomore or higher status.

  • Course code: REL-355
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: REL-121 OR REL-131
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Confucianism

An exploration of the teachings, history and range of Confucian thought and practice in East (China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan) and Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia). The course examines early Confucian teachings, ?Han Confucianism?, ?Neo-Confucianism?, and ?New Confucianism? for their influence on family, society, government, politics, economics, education, and art. Prerequisite: one religion course and sophomore or higher status.

  • Course code: REL-356
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
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Religion & Education Seminar

A seminar in perspectives, principles, and practices in the teaching of religion on the secondary level. This course addresses a wide range of pedagogical issues that confront the teacher of biblical, theological, and religious materials in secondary teaching and requires a major curriculum project. Prerequisite: Education 302/303 or permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-357
  • Semester: both
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: EDUC-302, EDUC-303
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Research Topics in Christian Worship

Participation in collaborative research on the theology, history, and practice of Christian worship. Topics are chosen in conjunction with the scholarly initiatives of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. Enrollment open to qualified juniors and seniors. Prerequisites: Biblical and theological foundations core and permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-379
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
  • Pre-requisites: TAKE 1 GROUP # REL-121 REL-230 # REL-121 REL-231 # REL-121 REL-232 # REL-121 REL-233 # REL-121 REL-234 # REL-121 REL-235 # REL-121 REL-237 # REL-121 REL-241 # REL-121 REL-242 # REL-121 REL-243 # REL-121 REL-244 # REL-121 REL-251 # REL-131 REL-211 # REL-131 REL-212 # REL-131 REL-213 # REL-131 REL-214 # REL-131 REL-221 # REL-131 REL-222 # REL-131 REL-223 # REL-121 REL-224
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Independent Study

  • Course code: REL-390
  • Semester: Summer
  • Department: Religion
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Religion Writing Requirement

  • Course code: REL-390W
  • Semester: Fall
  • Department: Religion
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Religion Seminar

An advanced seminar for senior majors in religion and other qualified students. This course considers significant issues in biblical, theological, and religious studies and requires a major research paper. Prerequisites: senior status, and for non-majors, three electives in religion and permission of the instructor.

  • Course code: REL-396
  • Semester: Spring
  • Department: Religion
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Religion Interim

Interim course descriptions are posted online at: www.calvin.edu/go/interim/

  • Course code: REL-W10
  • Department: Religion
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Religion Interim

Interim course descriptions are posted online at: www.calvin.edu/go/interim/

  • Course code: REL-W45
  • Department: Religion
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Religion Interim

  • Course code: REL-W46
  • Department: Religion
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Religion Interim

Interim course descriptions are posted online at: www.calvin.edu/go/interim/

  • Course code: REL-W80
  • Department: Religion
CODE NAME CREDITS
REL-121 Biblical Literature & Theology 3
REL-131 Christian Theology 3
REL-211 Pentateuch 3
REL-212 Old Testament Historical Books 3
REL-213 Psalms and Wisdom Literature 3
REL-214 Prophets 3
REL-221 Synoptic Gospels & Acts 3
REL-222 Gospel and Letters of John 3
REL-223 Paul's Letters 3
REL-224 Revelation and General Letters 3
REL-230 Revelation and Knowledge of God 3
REL-231 The Triune God 3
REL-232 Creation and Humanity 3
REL-233 Christ and Reconciliation 3
REL-234 Holy Spirit and Church 3
REL-235 Eschatology 3
REL-237 Christian Worship 3
REL-241 General Church History 3
REL-242 Theology in America 3
REL-243 Hist of Christian Theology I 3
REL-244 Hist of Christian Theology II 3
REL-250 Intro to the Study of Religion 3
REL-251 Christianity & Religious Plurality 3
REL-252 Introduction to Missions 3
REL-255 World Religions 3
REL-295 Christianity and Culture 3
REL-307 Biblical Interpretation 3
REL-309 Biblical Theology 3
REL-311 History & Archaeol Of Israel 3
REL-313 When Women Read the Old Testament 3
REL-321 Judaism in the Time of Jesus 3
REL-323 Topical Studies in Christian Origins 3
REL-331 Theology: Theory & Method 3
REL-332 Theological Ethics 3
REL-333 Contemporary Catholic Theology 3
REL-341 Early & Medieval Theology 3
REL-343 Studies in Reformation Theology 3
REL-345 Studies in Contemp Theology 3
REL-352 Judaism 3
REL-353 Islam 3
REL-354 Hinduism 3
REL-355 Buddhism 3
REL-356 Confucianism 3
REL-357 Religion & Education Seminar 3
REL-379 Research Topics in Christian Worship 3
REL-390 Independent Study 1
REL-390W Religion Writing Requirement 0
REL-396 Religion Seminar 3
REL-W10 Religion Interim 3
REL-W45 Religion Interim 3
REL-W46 Religion Interim 3
REL-W80 Religion Interim 3