The History and Theology of Lutheran Scholasticism
Instructor: Dr. Jordan B Cooper
Dates: Monday March 30 - Friday April 3, 2020
This course explores the seventeenth-century theological movement known as Protestant scholasticism. We begin with a history of scholastic thought in late medieval theology, as well as the Reformation appropriation of core themes in those writers. We then explore some of the major figures of both the Lutheran and Reformed traditions who formulated the scholastic approach, and discuss some of the theological commitments which distinguish this school of thought from others. Finally, the course will explore some of the objections to Protestant scholasticism in the modern era.
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