Lecture Series on the Reformation
Hope University are holding a series of lectures on the Reformation in June. Please see below for the schedule.
|Friday 13th October 2017
||Prof. Peter Marshall (University of Warwick): Martin Luther and the Invention of the Reformation
|Wednesday, 18th October
||Dr Simon Podmore (Liverpool Hope University): The Rise and Fall of the Modern Self: A Lutheran Legacy in Philosophy and Theology?
|Wednesday, 25th October
||Dr Bridget Nichols (Visiting Scholar at Sarum College, Church of England representative on the Liturgy Committee of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales).
Liturgy and scripture
|Thursday 2nd November
||Dr. Chrysostom L. Frank (Regis University, A New Reformation (Together This Time!): Lutheran and Byzantine Christians for Ecological Justice
|Wednesday 8th November
||Dr Gergely Juhász (Liverpool Hope University): The Printed Bible and Its Reformation
|Thursday 23 November 2017
||Mgr Prof Paul McPartlan (Catholic University of America): The Eucharist in Contemporary Ecumenical Dialogue
|Monday 27th November 2017
||Prof. Alec Ryrie (University of Durham): Protestants: The Radicals who Made the Modern World