Church History

The Pauline World

Join us as we embark on a journey into the world in which St. Paul lived, worked, was converted to Christ, and then spent his life preaching the Gospel. In this two part series, Rev. Daniel Dozier will give us insights into the people to whom St. Paul was preaching, and the current events and […]

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The Didache

The Didache, a brief text dating to the first century of the Church, was one of the very first written catechisms. In this lecture, Rev. Christiaan Kappes will shed light on the origins and original audience of this important document in the Early Church, and introduce us to its contents, which range from Christian ethics,

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Image & Likeness

Join us as we study our Holy Father John of Damascus’ fierce and powerful defense of the importance of Holy Images, that we may approach the anniversary of the restoration of icons to the churches after the iconoclast heresy with renewed faith in their power to ingrain the truth in our souls.

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O Death Where is thy Sting?

St. John Chrysostom’s renowned Paschal homily, proclaimed during the celebration of Pascha each year, helps us grasp the great mystery enunciated when we sing: “Christ is risen from the dead, trampling down death by death, and to those in the tombs, bestowing life!” Join us as we study the rich Biblical background of this powerful

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The Way of the Pilgrim

“Pray always,” St. Paul exhorts us (1 Th. 5.17). And yet, how do we achieve this? The ascetics of the Church have long extolled the Jesus Prayer as the most powerful means to achieve unceasing prayer. Join us as we explore this rich, but simple prayer of our Eastern Christian tradition, seeking to “remember God

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Heaven on Earth

When pagans of Kiev entered Hagia Sophia and first experienced the Divine Liturgy, they famously said: “We knew not whether we were in heaven or on earth, for surely there is no such splendor or beauty anywhere on earth.” Join us as Fr. David Anderson guides us to understand what the beauty of the Divine

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Orthodoxy & Heterodoxy

Join us as Rev. Christiaan Kappes leads us through the breathtaking story of the battle of the Holy Fathers of the Ecumenical Councils to preserve the integrity of the faith against heresy in the decisive first centuries of Church history. 

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Unity is not Uniformity

Why are there so many divisions in the Church when Jesus prayed that we would be one?  Join us as we explore the original Biblical concept of what it means to be a Church, as well as the history of the development of the apostolic churches and the unique thelogical concepts that make us different.

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Seven Ages of the Kingdom

The Church as God’s Holy People is at the heart of His unfolding plan of salvation that is ultimately fulfilled in Christ. Join us as we explore how this plan for a universal covenant kingdom unfolds in Scripture through particular stages in the history of God’s People.

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The Third Heaven

In this Bible study we’ll explore the life of the thirteenth Apostle and the impact of his conversion on the Church, and learn how to read Saint Paul’s epistles in the context of his life to understand them more fully.

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