This unit surveys Church and State relationships in England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland in the 16th Century: the unfolding of the Reformation under Henry VIII in England; its extension then in Ireland and Wales; the influence of the Continental Reformers during the early 16th century and especially during the reign of Edward VI; the restoration of Catholicism during the reign of Mary I and finally the religious settlement during that of Elizabeth I. The special case of Scotland and the unique relationship with the reform movement centered in Geneva will be treated. Finally some attention will be devoted to the Catholic ‘Recusants’ and other minority groups.
Unit Code: CH2141C
Unit Level: Undergraduate Level 2
Unit Discipline: Church History
Delivery Mode: Face to Face
Proposing College: Catholic Theological CollegeShow when this Unit is running
Identify significant people and events in chronological sequence through analysis of relevant primary sources
Track and assess the varying influences of the Continental Reform movements on theological developments in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland
Identify the wider political, social, cultural and economic context for the issues and texts studied
Critique selected re-interpretations of the significance of people and events during this period.
Articulate a reasoned historical argument based on reliable sources
CH2141: CH1001C & CH1002C or equivalent CH3141: two levels of Church History
Lectures and Seminars
Seminar notes, equivalent of 1,000 words for the semester
Unit approved for the University of Divinity by John Capper on 19 Oct, 2016
Unit Record last updated: 2019-03-18 13:57:09 +1100