Vancouver School of Theology

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HIS6/740 – Reformation History

View outline (PDF)   Instructor(s): The Rev. Dr. Axel Schoeber

This course will familiarize students with the work of major personalities and movements of the Protestant Reformation as these arise and flourish in the social and historical context of Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Europe. While students will be exposed to the family resemblance between the various Protestant Reformation trajectories, an appreciation of the range of reforms and reformers and their continuing influence on Protestant and Anglican confession, worship and church polity will be explored.

Pre-requisite: HIS500

This course is available via Zoom for off-site students

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