Esteemed history professor Thomas F. Madden explores the reformations that swept across Christendom in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. The impact of these reforms affected government, popes, and kings as well as commoners, for at this time the Church was an omnipresent part of European identity-and the import of Church reforms on every level of life at this time simply cannot be underestimated. Involved in this fascinating era are such notable personages as King Henry VIII, Martin Luther, and John Calvin. Through every aspect of this remarkable process of reformation, Professor Madden captures the essence of the era-and imparts a true, studied understanding of just what this time period meant to the course of human events.
Thomas F. Madden is a professor of medieval history and chair of the Department of History at Saint Louis University. A recognized expert on the Crusades, he has appeared in forums such as National Public Radio and The New York Times. Professor Madden is the author of The New Concise History of the ...
Lecture 1 Christianity after 1500 Years
Lecture 2 On the Eve of Reformation
Lecture 3 The Hatched Egg - Martin Luther to 1519
Lecture 4 Luther and Lutheranism
Lecture 5 The Splintering of the Movement
Lecture 6 The Radical Reformation
Lecture 7 Charles V, Suleiman the Magnificent, and the Lutheran Movement
Lecture 8 John Calvin
Lecture 9 The Reformation in France
Lecture 10 The Reformation in England - Henry VIII (1509-47)
Lecture 11 The Reformation in England - The New Order
Lecture 12 The Reformation in England - Revolutions
Lecture 13 Catholic Reformation - Popes and New Orders
Lecture 14 Catholic Reformation - Inquisition and Council
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