Rel 157. (Hist 157) Europe in the Age of the Reformation (4)

The breakup of the religious culture of medieval Christian Europe in the reformation movements of the sixteenth century. The origins and varieties of Protestantism; the intersection of religious ideas and politics in Germany, Switzerland, Britain, France and the Netherlands; the "wars of religion" and the emergence of the European state system.

Requirement: 
(HU)
Instructor: 
Baylor
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