Mar 26, 2017 • 12:30 pm

A four-week exploration of Reformation history.

Corning Logan Room

CREDO: Leaders of the Reformation: John Calvin

Scholars generally mark the beginning of the Protestant Reformation on Oct. 31, 1517, when Martin Luther promulgated his Ninety-five Theses, criticizing Roman Catholic theology and practice. As we approach the 500th anniversary of the Reformation (the forerunner of the Presbyterian tradition) our CREDO series will explore four theologians who contributed to this monumental turning point in Christian history. Each session combines theology, history and tradition.

March 12: Part 1
Martin Luther (Germany, 1483-1546)
The Rev. Dr. Scott Black Johnston

March 19: Part 2
Ulrich Zwingli (Switzerland, 1484-1531)
Ariane Arpels Josiah, PhD

March 26: Part 3
John Calvin (France, 1509-1564)
The Rev. Dr. Charlene Han Powell

April 2: Part 4
William Tyndale (England, 1494-1536)
The Rev. Kate Dunn

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