CH221 Milestones of the Protestant Reformation

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Discover a selection of milestone moments in history that have introduced you to the events, figures, and ideas of the Protestant Reformation. From reformation precursors to the exploration of Erasmus’ publication of the Greek NT, Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses and his translation of the NT. We’ve explored the “radical reformations revolution and re-baptism” and how the Turkish invasion of Europe had an impact on the Protestant Reformation. Delve into “the meeting of Protestants and Catholics at the Colloquy of Regensburg” and the issuing of the Peace of Augsburg. Gain a better understanding of the church today through the church of the past.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

1m

Precursors to the Protestant Reformation

Conceptualizing the Protestant Reformation

Conceptualizing the Protestant Reformation

5m

The Contribution of Renaissance Humanism

No Humanism, No Reformation

No Humanism, No Reformation

8m

Martin Luther and the Ninety-Five Theses

An Obscure Monk and an Ordinary Event

An Obscure Monk and an Ordinary Event

5m

Martin Luther and the Forgotten Bible

The Last Voice

The Last Voice

4m

The Radical Reformation

The Stepchild of the Reformation

The Stepchild of the Reformation

6m

The Turkish Empire and the Protestant Reformation

The Threat to Western Christendom

The Threat to Western Christendom

4m

The Marburg Colloquy

Leading up to Marburg

Leading up to Marburg

4m

John Calvin: The Second-Wave Reformer

Passing the Baton

Passing the Baton

3m

Settling the Protestant Question

A Slow Response

A Slow Response

3m

The Diversification of Western Christianity

Who Has the Authority?

Who Has the Authority?

4m

Queen Elizabeth and the Church of England

The Half Reformation

The Half Reformation

5m

Conclusion

A Mere Introduction

A Mere Introduction

1m