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This newly revised course examines the central theological disputes which dominated and shaped European Christianity in the 16th century. It explores the origins and development of Protestantism with particular reference to two of the most influential Reformation theologians: Martin Luther and John Calvin. Particular attention will be given to those aspects of their thought which distinguished them from late-medieval/contemporary Roman Catholic teaching and its authoritative restatement at the Council of Trent, as well as from one another. For further details see the course guide
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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