by Ryan Reeves
This course lays the foundation for the Lutheran Reformation in Germany and traces its expansion and repercussions. Dr. Ryan Reeves provides an exciting visual narrative of this movement in the following sections.
Late Medieval Background (YouTube)
Luther's Reformation Breakthrough (YouTube)
Luther's Reformation: An Overview (YouTube)
Later Lutheranism - Part I (YouTube)
Later Lutheranism - Part 2 (YouTube)
Lutheran Pietism (YouTube)
Dr. Reeves has been a full-time faculty member at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Jacksonville, FL since 2010. Dr. Reeves completed a Ph.D. in Church History from the University of Cambridge on Tudor evangelicalism. He has been a guest lecturer for Reformed Theological Seminary and also for Cambridge University. A church historian, Dr. Reeves’ primary research interests are political theology and ecclesiology during the Reformation, specifically political obedience, resistance theory and the relationship between church and state. He also has an interest in the early Swiss Reformation, the Tudor dynasty and early Protestant theology.