This twelve session college level series is a historical survey of the development of Christian doctrine that all Christians will find valuable as it takes a look at the people and issues that were behind defending and advancing the Faith. This is an important topic as the need to know and understand our history has never been greater. From the time of the Apostles till the Pentecostal movement and Charismatic renewal, Dr. Jenkins provides a interesting and compelling overview, a “trek,” if you will, through church history.
About Skip Jenkins
Dr. Skip Jenkins is the Chairperson for the Department of Theology, professor of historical theology. Jenkins joined the Lee University School of Religion in the fall of 2004 where he serves as the director of Lee’s Graduate Studies in Biblical and Theological Studies. He teaches courses such as Introduction to Theology, Doctrine of the Holy Spirit, and Freshman Gateway Seminar. He also teaches graduate seminars on prayer, the Trinity, and early Christian doctrine.
Jenkins obtained his PhD in Systematic Theology at Marquette University, two master’s degrees at Duke University Divinity School, one in general theological studies (MTS), the other with an emphasis in historical theology (ThM), and his BA in Bible and Theology from Lee University.
He is a member of the South Cleveland Church of God, where he teaches discipleship classes. He is also an active member of The Society for Pentecostal Studies.