American Evangelicalism: Conservative Protestants in the United States
STH TR 840
Conservative Protestantism is a vital religious movement in North American life whose adherents make up roughly 25-35% of the American population. This course will introduce students to various streams of conservative Protestant movements- -Pentecostalism, Fundamentalism, and Neo-Evangelicalism--and their characteristic religious patterns. Taking an interdisciplinary approach with sociology as the lead discipline, students will explore the major theories that attempt to explain the vitality of these groups, examine their impact on various dimensions of social and political life, and assess the implications of the exportation of these distinctively American brands of religion abroad. The assumption that the study of Evangelicalism and its complexities in the U.S. context warrants deep and thoughtful study guides this course.
FALL 2014 Schedule
|A1||Petro||JSC 201||TR 11:00 am-12:30 pm||Mts w/CAS RN368
Mts w/GRS RN668
Mts w/CAS HI294