The last day of the summer course focused on questions of interpretation and importance of the Reformation. In the morning, the research concept of ‘Sister Reformations’ was presented, which on the one hand takes up the classical interpretation of the Reformation, but on the other hand wants to raise awareness for unity and diversity of the Reformation and for the relationship between continuity and change by taking a comparative look at the Reformation in other countries. In the afternoon, the importance of research on the history of the Reformation was discussed and the question of the relevance of the Reformation for the present was raised.
The summer course ended with a farewell dinner. On July 3, the Fellows leave in very different directions to return home.