Why is the Reformation Still Significant?

Interviews with Calvin students, faculty, and staff

Video Lectures

"Politics and the Kingdom of God: John Calvin's Theology of Christian Public Engagement"
Lecture given by Dr. Matthew Tuininga on March 6, 2018

"500 Years Later: Why the Reformation Still Matters"
Lecture given by Dr. Karin Maag on January 4, 2017

"Theodore Beza as Exegete, Humanist, and Polemicist: Translating 16th-Century Theological Latin"
Lecture given by Dr. David Noe on November 10, 2016

Audio Lectures

"Calvinists as Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? The Rebellion of the Camisards”
Lecture given by W. Gregory Monahan on November 4, 2015

"From Geneva to South-East Asia: The Tradition of Singing Metrical Psalms and Ecclesiastical Songs in the Dutch East Indies in the Early Seventeenth Century"
Lecture given by Yudha Thianto on October 14, 2015

"From Leiden to London: Anglo-Dutch Relations in the Early Modern Period"
Lecture given by Craig Hanson on February 26, 2015

“An Introduction to the Medieval Bible”
Lecture given by Frans van Liere on September 18, 2014

“The Reading of I Corinthians 14 and the Genevan Pastors’ Congrégation as a School of the Prophets”
Lecture given by Erik de Boer on April 3, 2014

“Vocation in Teresa of Ávila’s ‘Reformed’ Convent Through the Lens of Martin Luther and John Calvin”
Lecture given by Alisa Tigchelaar on February 6, 2014

"The Heidelberg Catechism at the Synod of Dort (1618-19)"
Lecture given by Don Sinnema on December 5, 2013

"The Origins of the Heidelberg Catechism in Ecumenical Perspective"
Lecture given by Lyle Bierma on October 31, 2013

“Seven Myths About the Reformation Debate Over the Lord's Supper"
Lecture given by Amy Nelson Burnett on July 24, 2013

"Justification by Works in Reformation Theology"
Lecture given by Anthony N.S. Lane on April 11, 2013

"The Prostestant Reformers and Islam"
Lecture given by Emidio Campi on November 1, 2012

"Lift Up Your Hearts: John Calvin’’s Catholic Faith"
Lecture given by James K.A. Smith on October 11, 2012

"In Pursuit of Godliness: The Challenges of Reform in 16th-century Geneva"
Lecture given by Karen Spierling on March 29, 2012

"The Belgic Confession After 450 Years"
Lecture given by Karin Maag on November 29, 2011

"Teaching Physics: 16th Century Meditations on the Nature of Evidence"

Lecture given by Dr. Anja-Silvia Goeing on March 3, 2011

"Duty or Delight: Labor and Prayer in the Middle Ages"
Lecture given by Dr. John Van Engen on March 4, 2010

"Polish Calvinism in Crisis: The Emergence of the Antitrinitarian Theology in the 16th Century"
Lecture given by Dr. Piotr Wilczek on November 12, 2009

"Switzerland Marks 500 Years Since Calvin's Birth"

Karin Maag on NPR's All Things Considered on July 12, 2009

"Beholding God's Glory: John Owen and the "Reforming" of the Beatific Vision"

Lecture given by Dr. Suzanne McDonald on November 13, 2008

"Anger Management, On Earth as it is in Heaven: What Christians Have Learned About Cursing Over the Years"
Lecture given by Dr. John Thompson on April 17, 2008

"How should we teach the Reformation in a Pluralist Age?"
Lecture given by Dr. Karin Maag on April 2, 2008

"German Calvinism in Crisis: The Heidelberg Conflict over Church Discipline 1568-1571"
Lecture given by Dr. Charles Gunnoe on November 15, 2007