Created by:   Northwestern University

  • Christine Helmer

    Taught by:    Christine Helmer, Arthur E. Andersen Teaching and Research Professor, Professor of Religious Studies and German

    Department of Religious Studies
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English
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 21 ratings

very packed course....full of very dense information in the reading....the reading load is very heavy, especially for the first two weeks......it's more like two months...... but the assignment is very moderate.....just one....

I really enjoyed the course, and think it is very well thought out and paced. I appreciate the access to additional reading materials.

Fun and interesting course. I was exposed to info all new to me. Thanks.

Christine Helmer's classes opened me a whole new, rich and very useful world of Martin Luther. Great course. Thank you!