christianity -- reformation
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A 2011 course by Christopher Elwood at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary "examines the thought of John Calvin in the context of his life and work on behalf of the movements for reform of the church in sixteenth-century Europe."
A course by Garth Rosell at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary "is a a basic introduction to the history of the Christian church from its founding at Pentecost to the beginning of the Protestant Reformation."
A 2013 course by Gordon Jensen at Saskatoon Theological Union focuses "on reformation women and their contributions."
A 2009 course by Garth Rosell at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary "designed to explore the nature, development and influence of the Protestant Reformation."
A 2013 course by Gordon Jensen at Saskatoon Theological Union covers Christianity between the late medieval period and the end of the sixteenth century.
A 2002 course by Paula Cooey at Macalester College approaches the Reformation through "classical theological debates over sin, grace, and authority in their socio-historical context of struggle over ecclesial and political power."
A 2014 course by Anna Marie Johnson at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary surveys "the relatively recent history of Christianity, from the late Middle Ages (beginning around 1500) to the present time."