After the Revolution
500 Years of Reformation

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther famously nailed his Ninety-five Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Cathedral, setting off a religious movement that had been years in the making. This summer, Regent College is marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with a series of courses designed to allow you to consider the implications of the Reformation—past, present, and future.
  • May 15–May 26
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    2–3 Credits: $960–$1440
    2 Audit: $680
    BIBL 605
    Regent College

    As the 500th anniversary of the Reformation draws near, many question the ongoing utility and legitimacy of a typically Protestant approach to Scripture. But is the questioning valid? Join Dr. Provan as he surveys the history of biblical interpretation in light of key Reformation co... Full course details

  • Jun 5–Jun 14
    1 Credits: $480
    1 Audit: $340
    Germany
    BIBL 569
    Regent College

    The 1517 publication of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses in Wittenberg is widely understood as the event that sparked the Reformation. This summer, mark that world-changing event with this guided tour of Reformation Germany, hosted by Professor Iain Provan. As your travels take you fro... Full course details

  • Jul 10–Jul 14
    1:30PM–4:30PM
    1–2 Credits: $480–$960
    1 Audit: $340
    THEO 564
    Regent College

    Recent years have seen calls for the end of Protestantism, arguments that the Reformation is over, and laments over its alleged contributions to individualism and secularism. As the 500th anniversary of the Reformation draws near, is it possible to retrieve and reclaim the Reformati... Full course details

  • Jul 17–Jul 28
    8:30AM–11:30AM
    2–3 Credits: $960–$1440
    2 Audit: $680
    HIST 525
    Regent College

    The Protestant Reformation changed the church and the world. Explore the personalities, conflicts, events, and outcomes of both the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic renewal movement of the same era. Examine how these Reformations affected the people of their time and consider... Full course details