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