NCCL: Luther and the German Reformation - people, places, printing and polemics

04 November 2017
10:00 - 12:30
Library
NCCL: Luther and the German Reformation - people, places, printing and polemics
While the popular view of Martin Luther often sees him as a radical popular reformer who transformed the western understanding of Christianity on behalf of the layman, he and his supporters had in many respects limited objectives and shared both medieval and early modern ways of thinking.

In this session, Professor David Wells will lead us in considering brief excerpts from some of Luther's major writings in the context of their historical, theological and cultural background.

Cost: £10

To book, contact the NCCL Admin Team on 01603 218327 or email NCCL@cathedral.org.uk