The Christianity and culture program provides a strong interdisciplinary understanding of the major issues and movements in Christian history. From the Church Fathers to contemporary Christianity, courses in this major explore the various ways that Christians have viewed themselves and their relationship to society at large. Students will also explore the influence of culture upon Christianity. Core requirements include Biblical studies classes, and students may choose electives from philosophy, English or history to complete their major. Along with studies in evangelical theology, students can benefit from courses offered at Redeemer Pacific College, a Roman Catholic college affiliated with TWU, located next to the main campus. A Christianity and culture degree is excellent preparation for graduate studies in theology.

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