All Saints Episcopal Church
ADULT EDUCATION: The Reformation - 500 years later!

ADULT EDUCATION:  The Reformation: How a Monk and a Mallet Changed the World, by Stephen J. Nichols.

On October 31, 1517, a monk nailed to the cathedral door a statement of 95  theses for reforming the Roman Catholic Church. 500 years later, that statement still echoes around Christendom. In this six session Sunday morning series, we will hear about the Reformation and why it matters to us today as Episcopalians. Our text for the course will be The Reformation: How a Monk and a Mallet Changed the World, by scholar Stephen J. Nichols. A limited number of copies are available in the office for $14, or find them at any bookseller, including Amazon Kindle format. (Reading the book is not required but is encouraged.)

All Sessions are Sunday morning from 9:00 to 10:10 AM in the Neaverson Chapel.

Sept. 24 — Chapter 1: 500 Years Old and Still Going Strong

Oct. 1 — Chapter 2: A Monk and a Mallet; Martin Luther and the German Reformation

Oct. 8 — Chapters 3 & 5: Some Middle-Aged Men and a Sausage Supper; Ulrech Zwingli, John Calvin, and the Swiss Reformation

Oct.15 — Chapter 4: The Not-So-Radical Radical Reformers; The Anabaptists and the Reformation

Oct. 22 — Chapter 6: A King and A Divorce; the Anglicans and the British Reformation

Oct. 29 — Chapter 7: Men in Black; the Puritans and the British Reformation;

                   Chapter 8: Women in Black, Too; The Untold Story of Women and the Reformation 


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