A historical introduction to the life, thought and legacy of Martin Luther with particular attention to themes relating to his pastoral theology. By exploring historically the theological, political and social context of Luther’s world, this course will contextualize some of his central theological ideas. Many of the historical events from Luther’s life will be addressed by examining primary and secondary material. This class will be taught through lectures, class discussions and short presentations. The students will be assessed according to short assignments, participation, short presentation and final exam or research paper.
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