THEO 559

Christology Ancient and Modern

Course Description

This course explores the person of Jesus and how he has been understood through the ages. We begin with the representations of Jesus in the Gospels, study how the early church made sense of Jesus as a God-man, and look at how people see Jesus today. We will also see how the doctrine of Christ ties in with all the other main doctrines of the faith. Together we will discuss the pastoral, discipleship, and missional implications of how people see the person of Jesus and look at our own beliefs and practices.
Dates Jul 29–Aug 2
Days & Times Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
Format Onsite/Online
Credit Hours 1–2
Audit Hours 1



Lucy Peppiatt


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There are no prerequisites for this course.
The friendships and relationships I’ve made during my time at Regent have opened my eyes to how immensely rich, diverse, and massive the body of Christ is. When I hear the stories of many of my classmates, I see Jesus’s immense provision and grace for the church.” — Alexander Marees