MA in Pastoral Ministry Class

CHIS 640 Reformers and the Reformation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professor: Trevor O'Reggio, PhD
Date: March 30- April 3, 2014
Location: Canadian University College, Alberta, Canada (class will be held in the PE Center, Rm. 101, located as soon as you enter the main doors, to your immediate right).

Course Description: 

This course is a general introductory course on the Reformation Movement of the 16th century; Continental and Counter Reformation; Elizabethan Settlement; and English Puritanism. 

The primary objectives of this class are to:

  • Understand the causes and consequences of the Protestant Reformation.
  • Understand the rise of the major reformers.
  • Gain insight into the theological ideas that generated and shaped the Reformation.
  • Understand how Catholicism reacted to the Reformation.

Secondary objectives include:

  • Be familiar with the theological, political, and historical context of the Reformation era
  • Understand the impact of the Reformation on Western civilization
  • See the connection between the Reformation and Adventism
     

Class Resources:

     Syllabus
     Reservation Form (The reservation period for this class is closed.)
     Location Information

Student Attendee List:

  1. Travis Afflick
  2. Joseph Kwaku Amankwah
  3. Angelo Austria
  4. Darryl Blahovich
  5. David Chimwaso
  6. Olaf Clausen
  7. Rhonda Clausen
  8. Lloyd Douglas
  9. John S. Dubourt
  10. Roger Esteves
  11. Elmer Manzanares-Marenco
  12. Evaldo Vicente Silva
  13. Sharon E. Terrell
  14. Toby Wong

 

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