Resources connected with the historical development of doctrine and religion in five historical environments:1
- The Early and Medieval Church (100–1500 CE)
- The Reformation and the Early Modern World (1500–1815)
- Religious History of America and the Evangelical Movement (c. 1800 – Present)
- Contemporary Theology (19th and 20th C.)
- Global Christianity (c. 1815-2000)
1. Alternatively: Patristic, 100–500 CE; Medieval, 500–1500 CE; Reformation, 1500–1650 CE; Modern, 1650–1970 CE; Postmodern, 1970–Present
Sections and Resources
Fillable PDF form with blank fields for recording similarities and differences of major church theologians: Origen, Augustine, John of Damascus, Lombard, Aquinas, Melanchthon, Calvin, Schleiermacher, Ritcshl, and Barth.
Flowchart showing the development of Christian churches resulting from the Great Schism (1054 CE), Protestant Reformation (1517 CE), and Peace of Westphalia (1648).
Contemporary Theology covers the period of church history marked by Anglo-American and Continental Theology in the 19th and 20th centuries.