Talk entitled: “Luther: 500 years later”

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On 31 October 1517, the Augustinian priest Martin Luther hung a critical document known as The 95 Theses on the door of the All Saints' Church, in Wittenberg, Germany.  His gesture led to a profound religious debate, that also covered political, economic and social ground. 

As part of the V centenary of this gesture that led to the Protestant Reformation, the Faculty of Humanities has organised a talk to be given by Dr Josep-Ignasi Saranyana, open to all members of the university community.  

Dr Saranyana is an emeritus professor of the History of Theology at the University of Navarra as well as a scientific researcher at CSIC (Madrid).  He is also a member of the Pontífical Academy of Sciences (Vatican City) and is the founder of the Anuario de Historia de la Iglesia journal (Pamplona).

The Saló de Graus Room. Campus Barcelona
Faculty of Humanities