HT54 SCOTTISH REFORMED ORTHODOXY & ITS HERITAGE
Description: Traces the development of Reformed theology from the Scottish Reformation through the 20th century in Scotland. Major areas of consideration include the rise and development of covenantal thought, major doctrinal controversies, the relations of church and state, and natural law in regard to theology and civil affairs. Personalities such as John Knox, Andrew Melville, Robert Rollock, Samuel Rutherford, Thomas Boston, Thomas Chalmers, William Cunningham, James Orr, and Thomas Torrance find their place in the development of Scottish Reformed Orthodoxy. Course requirements include readings from primary source documents throughout the period.
Credits: 2 hrs.