The Mennonite Tradition In Historical Context
College: Conrad Grebel
Instructor 1: Osborne, Troy D.
Course Code: 
CGH2235HS
Semester: 
Second Semester
Section: 
4101
Online: 
No
Credits: 
One Credit
Location: 
Waterloo
Description: 

This is a survey of the development of the Anabaptist and Mennonite traditions (Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterites) by placing them in the context of the broader history of the western Christianity from the early church through Its transformation into a global movement. Through the study of history, students will understand the forces and tensions that have shaped the Mennonites and other Anabaptists as they related to the changing contexts in the world around them. Throughout the course, students will attend to the strengths and weakness of defining Anabaptist Identity through history.

Pre-Requisites Currently Offered Next Scheduled Previously Offered Scheduling Information
Winter 2020
Fall 2018
Start Time: 
9:00
End Time: 
11:50
Hours per Week: 
3
Schedule: 
Wed
Minimum: 
5
Maximum: 
20
Schedule Notes: 
Taught at Waterloo location. Classes end at 10 minutes to the hour
Additional Notes: 
Students must follow the TST program handbook regulations relating to course deadlines for submission of course work and requests for extensions. The prima facie deadline for the completion of work in a course is the last day of the TST examination week for the semester in which the course is taken. Students and instructors are bound by the earlier of deadlines set either by the instructor or TST. Where the policy of the affiliate college, in relation to courses listed in the TST Course Catalogue, differ from TST policies, the policy of TST will apply.
Teaching Method: 
Lectures
Seminars