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The H. Henry Meeter Center presents The Complex Paths of Reformation in Geneva and France

  • Tuesday, June 1, 2021
  • 1:00 PM–2:30 PM

On Monday, June 1, at 1 PM Eastern time, we are planning to host our third webinar of 2021, and we hope you will be able to participate.  Join Reformation scholars Philip Benedict (Emeritus Professor, Institut d'histoire de la réformation, Geneva) and Michael Bruening (Associate Professor, History Department, Missouri University of Science and Technology) in conversation with Meeter Center Director Karin Maag on the key themes of their recent books, including fresh insights regarding John Calvin's role and status in the course of the Reformation in French-speaking areas.

Philip Benedict has recently published _Season of Conspiracy: Calvin, the French Reformed Churches and Protestant Plotting in the Reign of Francis II_ (American Philosophical Society, 2020). Michael Bruening's monograph, _Refusing to Kiss the Slipper: Opposition to Calvinism in the Francophone Reformation_ has just been released by Oxford University Press.

Both these works challenge long-standing trends and assumptions in Calvin studies - we look forward to a stimulating conversation! A recording of this presentation will be posted on the Meeter Center Facebook page:

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