Church History 2 (Apostles to Pre-Reformation) (TH2)
In the 1500s the Protestant Reformation turned the Western world upside down and inside out. In a very real way, almost all significant historical events in the West since that time have either been in support of the values and goals of the Reformation or a reaction against it. Our class will examine what led to the Protestant Reformation, the main characters and events of that time and how it has shaped the church and the world ever since.
Fridays, 1-3 PM, July 5-August 23, 2013 (8 sessions)
Required Texts: Church History in Plain Language, by Bruce L. Shelley — $250 pesos
Study notes for the final exam in Church History 2.
TH2 – Intro – Forces Leading to the Reformation – July 5
TH2 – Reformation Begins – Luther – July 12
TH2 – Other Reformers – Zwingli, Anabaptists, Calvin, Knox – July 19
TH2 – Growth of Protestantism – July 26
TH2 – Catholicism and Counter-Reformation – August 2
TH2 – Orthodoxy, Rationalism and Pietism – August 9
TH2 – Beyond Christendom – August 16
TH2 – Materialism and Modern Times; Final Exam – August 23
Read chapters 39-49; pp. 383-505
Lecture notes in PDF Lecture notes in PPT