The University of Geneva is Offering its MOOC on Calvin Again

You should enroll.  You’ll enjoy it immensely.

This course is an introduction to the life and thought of the reformer John Calvin (1509-1564) and to his influence on the modern and contemporary world. The approach we develop is critical: we intend neither to canonize nor to condemn Calvin or his thought. Our goal, rather, is to avoid any rash evaluation in order to understand his thought and analyze the issues at stake in it. During five weeks, we will explore together the life and work of the Reformer. During the first week, we will study the main aspects of Calvin’s life. Weeks 2 and 3 will focus on his theology and his ethics. During the last two weeks (weeks 4 and 5), we will ponder how Calvinism became a worldwide phenomenon and ask ourselves what kind of relevance Calvin’s thought may still have today.

I’m excited to see what has been added to the course since its last offering.

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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One Response to The University of Geneva is Offering its MOOC on Calvin Again

  1. I signed up again longing to see some additions. This time I paid for the diploma… with the University of Geneva logo, or seal… that’ll be cool!


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