BACHELOR OF ARTS CERTIFICATE AND DEGREE IN CHRISTIAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CERTIFICATE OR DEGREE:
An Associate of Arts or equivalent classwork (from Perelandra College or elsewhere) plus the following 3 credit* classes.**
1. Content for a given class may change tomorrow or the next day or with a different professor.
2. Page counts are simplified estimates. Writing topics will be assigned by the professor.
Writing electives 6 credits, see https://perelandra.edu/classes/
Wisdom electives 6 credits, see https://perelandra.edu/wisdom/
The following 3 credit* classes**:
Bible Classes: Recommended, Zondervan NIV Study Bible
W 401, Read Genesis through Job, Write 20 pages
W 402, Read: Psalms through Zechariah. Write 20 pages
W 403, Read: Acts through Revelation; write 25 pages.
History of the Christian Church
W 404, Read: Justo L. Gonzalez, The Story of Christianity, The Early Church to the Dawn of the Reformation: Write 30 pages
W 405, Read: Justo L. Gonzalez, The Story of Christianity, The Reformation to the Present Day: Write 30 pages
Philosophy and Christianity
W 406, Read: Colin Brown, Christianity and Western Thought, From the Ancient World to the Age of Enlightenment: Write 30 pages
W 407, Read: Alan K. Padgett and Steve Wilkins, Christianity and Western Thought, Faith and Reason in the 19th Century; Write 30 pages
W 408, Read: Alan K. Padgett and Steve Wilkins, Christianity and Western Thought, Journey to Postmodernity; Write 30 pages
FOR THE DEGREE, add General Electives*** to reach a total of120 credits
For the CERTIFICATE or DEGREE, at least 24 credits must be from Perelandra College.
* Although traditional fifteen to eighteen week semesters do not apply to our classes, we use the standard semester/hour requirement of at least 40 hours of applied study for each credit, or 120 hours for each three credit class.
** Our classes are about reading and writing. As a general rule, we consider each ten pages of reading to equal one semester hour, and each 250 word page of writing to equal 2 semester hours.
*** General Electives can be college classes, credits earned through exam such as CLEP, or credit for life experience, which is explained on a handout we will send upon request.