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THE 712: History and Doctrine of Humanity, Sin and Salvation - New: Home

This is for the graduate class of Dr. James Dolezal

Guide Information

This guide is designed to assist students enrolled in THE 712: History and Doctrine of Humanity, Sin and Salvation.  This course studies the doctrine of anthropology, hamartiology, and soteriology and the development of these areas of Christian teaching from the 2nd century to the present.  This guide has been created to provide students with an introduction to the resources available through the Masland Library. 

Research Consultation

For Students, Staff, and Faculty: 

Need help finding sources?

Schedule a Research Consultation to discuss your topic and the best way to find sources.

To schedule a research consultation click here

Research Consultations can be conducted via Zoom, phone, or in person. 

For Faculty: 

To schedule a class session contact the Masland library at