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From: "A Journey through Western Christianity: from Persecuted Faith to Global Religion (200 - 1650) " <email@example.com>
Date: April 24, 2017 at 6:46:49 AM EDT
To: "Scott Lord"
Subject: Get ready for Week 8
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Your progress in Week 7
It looks like you didn't finish all of this weeks assignments in time for the suggested Sunday, April 23 due date. That's okay—you can still turn it in.
Due dates are meant to help you stay on track, but aren't required. As long as you pass all of your assignments by the end of the course May 28, 11:59 PM PDT, you'll earn your certificate. There are only 4 weeks left, so try to get caught up as soon as you can.
*Note: If you do not pass your assignments before the course ends, you will need to switch to a running session to be able to submit work.
Get ready for Week 8
Congratulations on making it this far, Scott Lord!
This week, we kick off the first of several modules dedicated to discussing the Reformation.
We start with "Luther's Reformation" by examining the life of the Reformation's most iconic figure, Martin Luther. More than any other person, Luther was responsible for the seismic shifts in sixteenth-century Christianity that left the Western Church permanently fractured. Why did Luther launch his Reformation? What were his initial aspirations, and how did these change? Through the biography of Luther we will learn about the controversies that led to the Reformation and the early impact of this religious movement.
We hope you enjoy exploring this topic as much as we've enjoyed putting it together for you!
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