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What the Reformation Did and Why It Still Matters

An Atlas of Maps of Different Parts of the World, 1839

An Atlas of Maps of Different Parts of the World, designed to show the stations of the Protestant missionaries. 1839

Mark Noll and Brad S. Gregory

Mark Noll and Brad S. Gregory

Brad Gregory and Mark Noll on the Protestant Reformation and Its Continuing Impact
Tuesday, November 7, 2017

6 to 7 pm

Ruggles Hall

Free and open to the public; see below for a link to register.
Open to the Public
Conversations at the Newberry

In this installment of “Conversations at the Newberry,” Brad S. Gregory, author of the new book Rebel in the Ranks: Martin Luther, the Reformation, and the Conflicts That Continue to Shape Our World, and Mark Noll, author of Turning Points: Decisive Moments in the History of Christianity, engage in a conversation about the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century and its continued impact on today’s world.

“Conversations at the Newberry” is generously sponsored by Sue and Melvin Gray.

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This program is part of Religious Change, 1450 - 1700, a multidisciplinary project exploring how religion and print made the medieval world modern. The project is generously supported by a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Cost and Registration Information 

Free and open to the public; registration required.

Register online using this form by 3 pm Tuesday, November 7.

Doors open half an hour before the program begins, with first-come, first-served seating for registered attendees. If seats remain available, non-registered individuals will be permitted to enter about ten minutes before the event’s start. Questions? Contact us at publicprograms@newberry.org