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This course is a close reading of the English text of Calvin’s Institutio Christianae religionis of 1559. We begin by situating Calvin’s theology in the historical and theological context of the 16th century Reformation before turning to a careful examination of the Institutes’ major doctrinal themes and their significance both for Calvin’s context and the subsequent history of Protestant theology.

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Schedule: Thursday 11:00 to 13:00
Instructors: John A. Vissers
Teaching Methods: Seminars
Course Syllabus: Click here to see the course syllabus
Other Information: First Semester · One Credit
Enrollment Notes: Prerequistes:  KNT1101H Reformed Theology; KNH1015H Global History of Christianity; KNH2010H History of Christianity II or equivalents