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The Reformation

By Westminster Theological Seminary

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Customer Reviews

Class Notes

Does anyone know where to find the notes he offered for the class?

Great teaching, recording playback not so great

Great teaching here, looked forever to find something to learn about the Reformation in podcast format, very glad I found this. However the playback for this is not great, multiple times feedback would get really loud and annoying and I’d have to skip through what was being taught because of it. Other than that it’s a great resource.

Great review

I just finished this series and really enjoyed these in-depth lectures of the Reformation. As others have noted, there are moments of static, but those seem to mostly be in the first third of the series. While they’re mildly annoying, they’re not overly distracting. Overall, I’d recommend this to someone wanting a refresher on Reformation history - both in terms of details and specific people, and also general themes and ideas.