Friday, December 01, 2006

Study Suggestions for Ted Jennings' History of Christian Thought

Here are my suggested study terms for Ted Jennings' History of Christian Thought final. I just went through my notes, and pulled out some terms and names that I think are likely to come up. I think I got all the weeks, but I might have missed one. It's obviously only updated through last Tuesday's class, but I think it's a reasonable starting point. It doesn't have many women on it. Each term/name is conveniently linked to Wikipedia, everybody's favorite open source encyclopedia. And, hey: if you really like the list, buy my history of christian thought related t-shirt.

The list follows: And here is the rest of it.

Marcion

Justin Martyr

Tertullian

Origen

Irenaeus

Clement of Alexandria

Montanists

Thecla

Arius/Arianism

Council of Nicea

Constantine

Eusebius

Gregory of Nyssa

Gregory Nazianzus

Basil the Great

Christology?

homoousia/homoiousia

filioque

Nestorius

theotokus

Council of Ephesus

Chalcedon

Pope Leo's Tome

Athanasius

Augustine

Donatism

Pelagius

Radbertus

Ratramnus

relics

iconoclast controversy

John of Damascus

communicatio idiomatum?


Psuedo Dionysius


hesychasts

Simeon the New Theologian

Saint Anthony

Francis

Ignatius

Anselm

sic et non

Abelard

Theories of Atonement

Transubstantiation

Thomas Aquinas

Julian of Norwich

John Wycliffe

John Huss


Martin Luther


John Calvin

Keep your eyes out for the ent wives,
David

6 comments:

David Reese said...

By the way, sorry for the long post; I couldn't figure out how to do that "read more" link thingy, and when I tried, I broke the blog.

Won't be a common occurence.

Anonymous said...

Yay! Thank you, David.

And I'm wearing that t-shirt as I'm writing this. ...and nothin else. WOOO!

Adam Kotsko said...

What the kids call "Porky-Piggin' it."

AnnMarie Kneebone said...

Thanks for the list!

I like that it isn't just t-shirts, but also boxers... very nice.

Anonymous said...

Thanks David R. You're the best!

Johnny

Simone said...

David, Thank you for sharing tech and topnote help for your colleagues. I wish you a perfect circle of return, for help with whatever you might need from many friends. Peace and joy, Simone