An advanced interdisciplinary honours seminar in the Humanities examining the life,
thought, and writings of the sixteenth-century reformer John Calvin, with an emphasis
on his magisterial work The Institutes of the Christian Religion. Honours-level students
from multiple disciplines will grapple with Calvin’s historical, theological, philosophical,
and political significance.

Prerequisites:
Western Culture & Tradition II
HUM‑120
This course traces the development of Western culture from 1500 to the present through history, philosophy, literature, science, and the fine arts.   Required in Year 1
Western Culture & Tradition II (HUM‑120) Year 3 or 4 standing in an honours major in HIS, POLIS, REL
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