Theology of the ReformersDesignation: THEO 7023
Seminar in the several theological traditions that emerged in the reforming movements of the 15th and 16th centuries: Lollardry, Hussite, Lutheran, Reformed (Zwingli and Calvin), Radical/Anabaptists, Anglican, and Catholic (Erasmus and St. Therese). Leading theologians will be examined in context, and the importance of emerging confessions will be underscored. Major thinkers to be used for essay orientation and analysis include: R. Bainton, S. Ozment; G.H. Williams; H. Oberman; C. Lindberg; and H. Hillerbrand.
Recommended Prior Study
- Completion of, or concurrent enrolment in, THEO 5013 Christian Theology I or THEO 5023 Christian Theology II, or permission of instructor
- Completion of, or concurrent enrolment in, CHUR 5013 Introduction to Christian History, or permission of instructor.
This course does not have an assigned professor currently