21F Waterman Institute Course Registration
Title: The Faith of Christendom: History of Theology from the Fall of Rome to the Eve of Modernity
Instructor: Charlie Clark D'11
Time and Location:
Five Wednesdays, Sept. 22, Sept. 29, Oct. 6, Oct. 13, Oct. 20, 8-9pm
Reed Hall 103
This course will provide a brief introduction to the history of Christian theology during “the long Middle Ages,” focusing on developments in Europe and, in particular, the controversies that led to the formation of distinct Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant traditions within the Christian faith. Readings will focus on primary sources.
Session 1 — To 1054: The Filioque, the Papacy, and the Slow Split between East and West
Session 2 — To 1516: Salvation and the Sacramental Economy of the Medieval Church
Session 3 — Martin Luther
Session 4 — The Catholic Reformation
Session 5 — Other Protestantisms: Radical, Calvinist, English
Note: This will be one of the three courses offered in the fall. For more information about the Waterman Institute, please visit
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