CH111 Understanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and Legacy

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Understanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and Legacy (CH111) is presented by a team of respected Christian scholars: Jennifer Powell McNutt, Roger E. Olson, Frank A. James III, Gerald L. Bray, Chris Armstrong, and Frederick Cardoza. These scholars are well published in church history, theology, and Christian education, and their combined expertise facilitates students gaining clear insight into the Reformation. This course covers the precursors to the Protestant Reformation, the prominent Reformers Martin Luther and John Calvin, and the Reformation’s impact on the reading of Scripture, the church, and Christian discipleship.

Introduction

Introducing the Course

Introducing the Course

3m

Precursors of the Reformation

No Humanism, No Reformation

No Humanism, No Reformation

8m

Martin Luther

Martin Luther: Peasant to Monk

Martin Luther: Peasant to Monk

8m

John Calvin

John Calvin (1509–1564): Part 1

John Calvin (1509–1564): Part 1

10m

Scripture and the Reformation

The Supremacy of Scripture

The Supremacy of Scripture

9m

Conclusion

The Legacy of Martin Luther and Christian Discipleship

The Legacy of Martin Luther and Christian Discipleship

5m