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Mobile Ed: CH111 Understanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and Legacy (audio)
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Mobile Ed: CH111 Understanding the Protestant Reformation: Precursors and Legacy (audio)

by 7 authors

Lexham Press 2018

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$19.99

Overview

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.

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Course Outline

Introduction

  • Introducing the Speaker and Course
  • Conceptualizing the Protestant Reformation

Unit 1: Precursors of the Reformation

  • No Humanism, No Reformation
  • Humanism and the Printing Press
  • Peter Waldo and the First Protestants
  • John Wycliffe: The Morning Star of the Reformation
  • Jan Hus: Forerunner to Martin Luther
  • The Catholic Church on the Eve of the Reformation

Unit 2: Martin Luther

  • Martin Luther: Peasant to Monk
  • Sola Fide
  • First Crisis of the Reformation
  • The Last Voice
  • The Doctrinal Views of Luther

Unit 3: John Calvin

  • John Calvin (1509-1564): Part 1
  • John Calvin (1509-1564): Part 2
  • The Institutes of the Christian Religion

Unit 4: Scripture and the Reformation

  • The Supremacy of Scripture
  • The Word and the Reformed Tradition
  • Application of Orthodox Protestant Hermeneutics

Conclusion

  • The Legacy of Martin Luther and Christian Discipleship

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