François Dubois (1529 – 1584), ‘The St. Bartholomew’s Day Massacre’ (c.1572)

The Reformation | Online intensive in July

Offered as an online intensive over two consecutive weeks in July, ‘The Reformation’ engages with some of the most important theological and ecclesial developments in Christian history.

This unit examines religious revolutions in sixteenth-century Europe. It explores the extraordinary development of European religious cultures, tracing the influence of Lutherans, Anglicans, Calvinists, and radical Protestants, as well as Catholic reforms and responses. The theologies and practices of these groups will be considered in relation to contemporary politics and popular culture. The unit begins with an examination of late medieval theology and piety, and ends with the impact of reform in times and places beyond sixteenth-century Europe.

College Trinity College Theological School
Lecturer The Revd Professor Mark Lindsay
Level Level 3; Level 9
Study Mode Online Intensive (taught over 2 consecutive weeks; 13-15 and 20-21 July
Unit Code CH3700T


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