Fuller Theological SeminaryChurch History 505Post-Reformation & Modern TheologyLecture Outlines • Spring Quarter 2007John L. Thompson, InstructorThis file contains lecture outlines and handouts for a course regularly taughtat Fuller Theological Seminary. All rights to this material are reserved.If you are enrolled in this class, you may use and retain a copy of this file inelectronic and printed form. If you are reviewing this material from the FullerTheological Seminary website, you have permission to browse the contentsbut not to retain an electronic copy nor to print a paper copy. If you have anyquestions about the course or would like to make further use of these materi-als, feel free to contact the instructor.
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•Lecture #1:THE CHURCH & THE CHURCHES: Diversity & Divisions in the 16th CenturyI. THE MYTH OF A MONOLITHIC CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY (and/or CHURCH)A. The myth of homogeneityB. The reality of diversity(justification, for example)C. The Reformation: two ironiesEXCURSUS:A ROAD MAP FOR THE FIRST HALF OF CH 505 (LECTURES #1-6)A. The Reformation and the rise of “denominations”B. Three strands of Protestantism - and their opponents1. Reformed Orthodoxy (2) vs. Arminianism (3)2. Anglicanism (4a) vs. Puritanism (4b) & Wesley (6)3. Lutheran Scholasticism (5a) vs. Pietism (5b)C. Our