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The second week of the course for the Anderson Trane Fellows of the American Anglican Council focused on the Reformation in England.

WCRS Director Dr. Ashley Null led the group through the sources of 16th-century Christianity in England, from Christian humanism around 1500 to Richard Hooker around 1600. The course work combined historical analysis and discussion of the significance of the Reformation heritage for the present. It became clear that the 16th century is a resource for church and society today.