Walking Where Luther Walked: An In-Depth Study-Tour of Reformation Germany with Iain Provan
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The 1517 publication of Martin Luther's 95 Theses in Wittenberg is widely understood as the event that sparked the Reformation. This summer, mark the 500th anniversary of that world-changing event with a guided tour of Reformation Germany. Join Professor Iain Provan as he leads us from a central base in the lovely city of Erfurt to some of the most important sites of the Reformation, including Worms, Eisenach, and Wittenberg, giving a series of 8 lectures along the way.
|Regent College Fee||$375*||$525**|
Christian Journeys Fee
* $340 (1 Audit Hour) + $35 Registration fee
** $480 (1 Credit Hour) + $35 Registration fee
NOTE: Tour costs do not include airfare.
How to Register
IMPORTANT: Walking Where Luther Walked is both a tour with Christian Journeys and a course at Regent College, so there are TWO steps to registration.
Use the button below to download the Christian Journeys registration form (PDF). Fill it out and send it, along with a $400 deposit, to Christian Journeys at the address listed on the form. This deposit forms part of the total advertised cost for the trip of CAD $2,999 (audit) or $3,149 (credit).Register with Christian Journeys
Questions about this step? Call 1-877-465-3442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Register with Regent College through REGIS. There are two options:
- Audit Option (1 audit hour): $375
- Credit Option (1 credit hour): $525
Both options include a $35 course registration fee, included in the prices above. If you would like more information about the credit option before signing up (e.g. course requirements), please email Iain Provan at email@example.com
This course and journey has limited enrolment of 25 students.
- $80 of your Regent College payment is non-refundable should you choose to cancel. Please contact Christian Journeys directly about their refund and payment deadlines and policies.
- AIRFARE IS NOT INCLUDED.
Interested in more than a tour? Iain Provan will also be offering a two-week course at our Vancouver campus May 15–26, 2017 titled Standing Where Luther (And Calvin) Stood: The Ongoing Relevance of Reformation Biblical Interpretation. That course will explore in more detail the concepts addressed on the tour. Consider joining us for both the course and the tour! More information about the course will be available soon. Registration for the course will open in February 2017.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.