Theology of Martin Luther

— THEO 0634

Examines the key works of Luther, as well as major themes in the Wittenberger's theology (e.g., the righteousness of God, the theology of the cross). Also investigates the backgrounds of late medieval scholasticism and different controversies in which Luther was immersed (e.g., Eucharistic disputes, the peasants' revolt and theological differences with the Anabaptists). Prerequisite: THEO 0531, 0532. With permission, offered as audio-based Directed Reading and Research (DRR) course.
Course Code: THEO 0634 | Credit Hours: | Seminary Graduate Course

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