This is the second of two courses in church history in which we will examine some of the most significant moments in the church during the Reformation and its aftermath up to the present. Beginning with the culmination of factors that provoked the Reformation, we will examine the historical and theological shifts and developments that remain visible to this day. This course will explore these chronological advances in the church through the lens of major figures, events, and various hermeneutical strategies that led to a range of theological and denominational developments.