St. Athanasios' Theology of Incarnational Divinization
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Why does matter matter? And why is the incarnation so important? St. Athanasios tells us that “If the Savior is not God incarnate, there can be no salvation.” In this lecture, the key points of the Church’s understanding of the incarnation will be explained through Athanasios’ important text, On The Incarnation.
Rev. Nathan Symeon Adams
Rev. Nathan Symeon serves as Administrator at Our Lady of Wisdom in Las Vegas, Nevada. Additionally, he serves as the Director of Religious Education and Evangelization for the Eparchy of Phoenix and as vice-chairman of the Eastern Catholic Eparchial Directors of Religious Education. He is currently working on an STL at St. Mary of the Lake Pontifical University, in Dogmatic Theology. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from SS. Cyril and Methodius Byzantine Catholic Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA. with a Master of Arts in Theology (MAT). He completed a DTS with Youth With a Mission in Queensland Australia. He also received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Theology from Calvary Chapel Bible College, in Murrieta, CA.; a Master of Christian Thought (MACT) from Reformed Theological Seminary, in Oviedo, FL.; a Master of Divinity (M. Div.) from the Master’s Seminary in Sun Valley, CA.; a certificate in Anglican Studies and a Master of Sacred Theology (STM) from Nashotah House Seminary in Nashotah, WI. He and his wife have five daughters.