Earlier this month Westminister Theological Seminary has made available for free online on ITunes University their historical theology lecture series on the Reformation. It is taught by Dr. Carl Trueman. I am half way through the series and it is pretty good!
Dr. Trueman is a capable scholar and also one who teaches history in a way that is not boring. He’s conversant with the material at hand, insightful and funny.
One of the things I really got out of the series thus far is the further appreciation for the historical context in which the Reformation took place. I thought Trueman was also insightful in his observation that Martin Luther was really a Medieval man even as the age of modernity and the Reformation was dawning with Luther as the leader.
You can access the lectures on Itunes by clicking here: The Reformation
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