REL 220 The Reformations in Early Modern Europe

Last offered Fall 2013

Cross Listed as HIST330
This course tracks the major developments in Christian thought from the Reformations to the nineteenth century. We will begin by examining the background to the Reformations across Europe and across denominations of Christianity, showing how the Reformations along with their precursors indirectly helped to usher in a world that placed greater emphasis on the value of selfhood and moral autonomy, encouraged the emergence of the Enlightenment and scientific rationality, and helped to lead to the cultural and political re-alignment of nation-states.
Class Format: lecture/discussion
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will consist of several short papers (1500 words), a final paper (3000-3500 words), and thoughtful interaction
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Prerequisites: none; open to all
Enrollment Preference: Religion and History majors
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Divisional Attributes: Division II
Other Attributes: HIST Group C Electives - Europe and Russia,HIST Group G Electives - Premodern,REL Christian Tradition Courses
Enrollment Limit: 20
Expected Enrollment: 20
Class Number: 1648
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REL 220 LEC Reformations Early Mdrn Europe Division 2: Social Studies Glenn W. Shuck
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