“Church History: 2nd Century - The Reformation”
Dates: September 9th – Nov. 18th
Times: 4:30-6 pm on Sunday nights
Cost: Free, Childcare is $20 per family for the semester
We will learn about the history of the Christian church between the death of the Apostle John at the end of the first century through the next 1400 years until the beginning of the sixteenth century just before Martin Luther’s writings and sermons triggered the Reformation. Our “textbook” will be the video series titled “A Survey of Church History” by Robert Godfrey taken from Right Now Media. We will conduct question and answer sessions in class, discuss the video sessions and provide some supplemental material.
Sept 9 Introduction
Expansion of the Church
Sept 16 Defending the Faith
Pioneering Theologian: Origen
Sept 23 Developing Theology
Sept 30 Constantine and the Church
Jesus as God
Oct 7 Jesus as Man
The East and the West
Oct 14 Augustine
Worship and Sacraments
Oct 21 Introduction to the Middle Ages
Justinian and Gregory
Oct 28 Gregory, Missions and Islam
Paths to God: Theologies
Nov 4 Church Power and Dissent
Nov 11 Pope Innocent III
Monasticism & Scholasticism
Nov 18 Popes and Councils
Mysticism & the Renaissance
To register for the Church History class, please call the church office at 830-755-8806.
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