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November 2-3, 2017

Reformations of the 16th Century: Martin Luther and His World 500 Years Later

Miami University Art Museum, 802 W. Patterson Ave (U.S. 27), Oxford, OH

A conference on the European religious Reformations of the sixteenth century. Keynote speakers are: 

4:30 ThursdayNov. 2: The Rev. Dr. Joy A. Schroeder, Bergener Professor of Theology and Religion, Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University, on "Martin Luther and the Reformation"; 

9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3: Dr. Ronald Rittgers, Eric Markel Chair in German Reformation Studies, Valparaiso University, on "Martin Luther the Radical Prophet";

11:15 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3: Rabbi Dr. Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi, President's Scholar, Hebrew Union College, on "The Theology and Politics of Jewish Liturgical Change in the 16th Century."

Eight other speakers include members of the Miami University faculty in History, Comparative Religion, German, and Art. All events at the Miami University Art Museum, 802 W. Patterson Ave. (U.S. 27), Oxford, OH. Lunch and coffee provided.

Free and open to the public.


2017-11-02 2017-11-03 America/Detroit Reformations of the 16th Century: Martin Luther and His World 500 Years Later A conference on the European religious Reformations of the sixteenth century. Keynote speakers are:  4:30 Thursday, Nov. 2: The Rev. Dr. Joy A. Schroeder, Bergener Professor of Theology and Religion, Trinity Lutheran Seminary at Capital University, on "Martin Luther and the Reformation";  9 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3: Dr. Ronald Rittgers, Eric Markel Chair in German Reformation Studies, Valparaiso University, on "Martin Luther the Radical Prophet"; 11:15 a.m. Friday, Nov. 3: Rabbi Dr. Rachel Sabath Beit-Halachmi, President's Scholar, Hebrew Union College, on "The Theology and Politics of Jewish Liturgical Change in the 16th Century." Eight other speakers include members of the Miami University faculty in History, Comparative Religion, German, and Art. All events at the Miami University Art Museum, 802 W. Patterson Ave. (U.S. 27), Oxford, OH. Lunch and coffee provided. Free and open to the public. Miami University Art Museum, 802 W. Patterson Ave (U.S. 27), Oxford, OH