Student is able to (1) describe main characteristics of Luther’s theological thinking and its background, (2) compare the positions in the research of Luther’s theology with each other and, (3) utilise the primary sources and research material of Luther research.
The course contaits two main parts: (1) assigments in Moodle, where the participants write short texts on Luther’s theology and Luther research, and comment each other according to a set schedule, and (2) an essay written in a process, where participants comment in Moodle on each other’s drafts before submitting the final version (dl 13.5.).
The course will be carried out completely online on Moodle. Passing the course requires that all the given assignments are done properly and in time.
Assesment is based on how well the learning outcomes are met in the contribution on discussion boards and in the essay. Delays in completing the assignment may influence the grading. Grading scale ranges from 0 to 5.