As part of its educational mission, TEDS Extension Office offers seminary credit for classes wrapped around cutting-edge conferences and ministry events. All current wrap-around courses are listed beneath.
CH 6000: The Reformation and the Bible
Course Description: As part of Trinity’s “Reformation and the Ministry of the Word” conference, which celebrates the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, this course will introduce students to the theology and history of the Reformation, with particular attention to the view of Scripture and the use of Scripture by the Protestant reformers. It will pay particular attention to John Calvin’s view of Scripture and will include a detailed discussion of Book 1 of his Institutes of the Christian Religion.
Details: The Reformation conference will be held at Trinity’s campus in Deerfield, IL, from September 14-15. The course lasts for 1.5 hours both before and after the conference, and is worth 2 credit hours. Tuition is $670 ($335 per credit hour). Students must also register for the conference; a limited number of free registrations are available to students on a first-come, first-served basis.
Professor: Martin I. Klauber received his PhD in Reformation History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the direction of Robert M. Kingdon. He also has an MA in Church History and an MDiv from TEDS. He has been an Affiliate Professor of Church History at TEDS since 1993. His primary research area is in the Reformation and post-Reformation periods in French speaking Europe. He has published several books and many academic articles, including Between Reformed Scholasticism and Pan-Protestantism: Jean‑Alphonse Turretin (1671‑1737) and Enlightened Orthodoxy at the Academy of Geneva (Susquehanna University Press, 1994) and The Theology of the French Reformed Churches: From Henry IV to the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (editor and contributor, Reformation Heritage Books, 2014).