CH152 Introducing Historical Theology: Luther to the Twenty-First Century

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In this course, you’ll begin by studying the Catholic church and its theology on the cusp of the Protestant Reformation, setting the stage for the work of Luther, Calvin, and other Protestant Reformers. You’ll continue on to study the post-Reformation period and various Christian movements such as Pietism, Puritanism, and Methodism. A study of modernity, beginning with the Enlightenment and the scientific revolutions, introduces the advent of liberal theology and the response of conservative theologians to the challenges of modernity. The course ends with a study of the postmodernity—its meaning, and the variety of ways that Christian theologians have responded to postmodern thought.

Introduction

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

Introducing the Speaker and the Course

2m

Sixteenth-Century Reformation

Roman Catholic Theology on the Eve of the Reformation

Roman Catholic Theology on the Eve of the Reformation

8m

Aftermath of the Reformation

Protestant Scholasticism and Confessionalism

Protestant Scholasticism and Confessionalism

8m

Theology in Relation to Modernity

The Enlightenment: Science and Theology

The Enlightenment: Science and Theology

10m

Early Twentieth-Century Movements

Fundamentalism

Fundamentalism

10m

Late Twentieth-Century Movements

New Approaches to Roman Catholicism

New Approaches to Roman Catholicism

9m

Postmodern Movements

Development of Postmodernity

Development of Postmodernity

8m

Conclusion

Concluding the Course

Concluding the Course

2m