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Friday Night's Academy Lecture

Join us Friday, March 13, at 7:30 p.m. when Rev. Marcelo Souza continues the Academy series entitled: Ancient Church History, An Overview. Rev. Souza’sfourth lecture is: “Council of Nicea, Christological Controversies, Ecumenical Councils”

This class will cover early Church history from the birth of the Church to the first seven Ecumenical Councils. Our study will investigate both ecclesiastical history and historical theology. Some of the questions that will be addressed include: How did doctrine develop? What issues did each ecumenical council address? How does the theology of the early Church affect us today? What heresies keep reappearing? What do we learn from the past so we don’t repeat the same mistakes in the future?

The textbooks for this series are: Early Christian Doctrines: Revised Edition by J. N. D. Kelly and The Early Church by Henry Chadwick

Reader Comments (1)

Hi I encourage all to join this series by any means you can, either going to the Acedemy, or listening. I am going through early Church history right now, I used these books and they are very good, although my Prof is Sam Waldron by way of RBS. I was totally blown away with the things I learnd in this course so far, what an eye opener concerning how the early Church doctrines were formed. Even though I'm taking a similar course at RBS, I plan on listening to this series. I always remember a church I used to go to, early in my walk as a Christian, their motto was, come to a church, as it was in the beginning! I wonder what Church they meant, the Corinthian church, or the Galatian church? Praise the Lord the Church is ever growing, we're standing on the backs of those who have gone before us.
Thanks for this wonderful site, it's a grace of God that men who couldn't study at a seminary, can still take top level classes and courses like these. May the Lord continue to use all at the acedemy. God bless Dr Riddlebarger!
Jim Montesano
Jersey City, NJ
March 16, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJim Montesano

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