The Divinity School requires many of its students to take a course in World Christianity. The following are examples of course offerings in World Christianity, as well as other courses related to international studies:

Israel and the Nations
Creation, Cosmology and World Order
Byzantium and Islam: Eastern Perspectives
History and Theology of Byzantine Iconography
Engaging with Islam and Muslims as Faithful Christians
Introduction to Judaism
Theology of Las Casas
Church, Mission and Society
Christian Identity and the Formation of the Racial World
Race, Modernity and Theology
Out of Africa: Christianity in North Africa before Islam
World Christianity in America
World Christianity, Contemporary Politics and Responses to Poverty
God’s Ministry of Reconciliation: Explorations in Missiology and Ecclesiology
The Catholic Church in Global Context
Christianity in China
Protestantism and the Making of Modern China
Toward a Theology of the Other: Interfaith Perspectives on God and Salvation
Local Polity, Global Vision: The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion
Christianity in Asia
Beyond Borders: Latin American, Latino, and Hispanic Theologies
Healing in the Developing World and Care of the Underserved
The Nation State and Theology in Africa
Thinking Theologically in a Global Context
Postcolonial Identities and Theologies in Africa
The Rwanda Genocide and the Challenge for the Church
African Christian Spirituality

For a complete listing of courses, please see the Divinity Bulletin.