This course is the follow-up to Eastern Christian Theology and Tradition I. In this second part students will be able to deepen their knowledge of the theological, scriptural and liturgical roots of the Orthodox Church, with a special focus on the history of the Church from the Chalcedonian schism until the 20th century. Students will learn more about the Apostolic scriptures and exegetical methodology, study the development of the Liturgy in the different Orthodox traditions and also make a deeper investigation of the patristic heritage of the Church.
The Eastern Christian Theology and Tradition II
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In addition to the requirements stated in the course description, all students need to be at least 18 year old, be officially registered in Sweden and have a sufficient knowledge of the language of instruction.
Fees: Tuition at Sankt Ignatios Folkhögskola is free for everyone who is a citizen of Sweden or another EU country or who have been granted permission to live in Sweden. Students must be registered as living in Sweden.
Service Fees: Students are required to pay a service fee. The service fee for this course is SEK 400 per semester