CH421/621 The Continental Reformation
3 hours per week semester 1, not offered every year
Lecturer: Jared Hood
Outcomes: To explain the causes and nature of the Continental Reformation, to analyse the theological and ecclesiastical outcomes of the Reformation, to interpret primary historical and theological documents of the Reformation.
Description: A study of the Avignon Captivity, the Conciliar Movement, the theological setting of the Reformation, Martin Luther and the Reformation in Germany, Huldrych Zwingli and the Swiss Reformation, the Radical Reformation and the Anabaptists, John Calvin and the Reformation in Geneva; and study and analysis of J Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, Bk IV.
- W R Estep, Renaissance and Reformation (Eerdmans, 1998).
- A E McGrath, Reformation Thought (Blackwell, 1988).