Schedule

The Living Reformation:
500 Years of Martin Luther

Brigham Young University
Friday, September 15, 2017
9:00 am–5:30 pm

Session 1: The Protestant Reformation(s) I

Location: WSC 3222
Chair: J. Spencer Fluhman (Executive Director, Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship)

9:00 am
J. SPENCER FLUHMAN
Welcome

9:15–10:00 am
CRAIG HARLINE
Brigham Young University
“What Martin Luther Intended and Did…”

10:00–10:45 am
BRAD GREGORY
University of Notre Dame
“…and What the Reformation Did Despite Luther’s Intentions”

Session 2: The Protestant Reformation(s) II

Location: WSC 3222
Chair: Karen E. Carter (Associate Professor of History, Brigham Young University)

11:00–11:45 am
CARLOS EIRE
Yale University
“How the Protestant Reformation Redefined the Sacred and the Supernatural”

11:45 am–12:30 pm
JENNIFER POWELL McNUTT
Wheaton College
“Replacing ‘Dead Bones’: Luther and the Advancement of the Vernacular Bible”

12:30–2:00 pm
LUNCH

Session 3: The Reformation(s) and American Church History

Location: HBLL Auditorium (1060)
Chair: Grant Underwood (Professor of History, Brigham Young University)

2:00–2:45 pm
GRANT WACKER
Duke Divinity School
“Grace in the Pulpit: The Reformation in American Religious History Textbooks”

2:45–3:30 pm
LAURIE MAFFLY-KIPP
Washington University
“‘A Bible! A Bible! We have got a Bible’: Mormonism and the Renewal of Scripturalization in America”

Session 4: The Theological Legacy of the Reformation(s)

Location: HBLL Auditorium (1060)
Chair: Rachel Cope (Associate Professor of Church History and Doctrine, Brigham Young University)

3:45–4:30 pm
MICHELE C. SANCHEZ
Harvard Divinity School
“Interpreting the Signs of the Times: The Hinge Point of Calvinist ‘Liberalism'”

4:30–5:15 pm
ROGER E. OLSON
Baylor University
“The Legacy of the Reformation in Contemporary Evangelicalism”

Closing Remarks

A Concert of Reformation Music

8:00–9:00 PM
Provo Community Congregational United Church of Christ
175 N University Ave
Provo, UT