This unit involves students in the history of the Reformation era, so that they may better understand the Lutheran tradition as a movement for evangelical reform within the church catholic. Students will study the period from Christendom at the end of the Middle Ages, through the various European reformations to the end of the 16th century. This study will include: a special focus on the career of Martin Luther and the Lutheran reformation; the reform movements led by Zwingli and Calvin; the radical reformers; the expansion of the reformation movement in Europe; Catholic renewal; and the legacies of reformations.
Unit Code: CH1203L
Unit Level: Undergraduate Level 1
Unit Discipline: Church History
Delivery Mode: Face to Face
Proposing College: Australian Lutheran CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Identify various approaches used in the study of the reformation era
Demonstrate familiarity with the main events, movements, and theological issues encountered in the study of the 16th century reformations
Locate and use selected primary texts and secondary material relevant to the study of the reformation era
Identify the theological insights of the great reformers, and show an awareness of their spiritual, pastoral and communal importance
This unit utilises learner-centred approaches by enabling students to encounter primary texts, ask critical questions of those texts, and discuss each other’s questions in a weekly tutorial. The unit also utilises a considered approach to feedback, enabling ‘feed-forward’ feedback from both lecturer and co-students on the essay, followed by an opportunity to incorporate and react to this feedback.
Identify and submit critical questions arising from weekly readings and then participate in weekly tutorial discussion.
Apply primary source research to writing on a key topic in Reformation theology.
Submit a revised essay, from task 2, incorporating feedback from lecturer and peer.
Unit approved for the University of Divinity on 18 Oct, 2018
Unit Record last updated: 2019-11-05 00:09:32 +1100