Pappas Patristic Institute Ninth Annual Summer Patristic Studies Program July 19–24, 2015

I will have the joy of participating in this deep reading of the Church Fathers at Holy Cross Seminary in Brookline that begins this Sunday, July 19.Screen Shot 2015-07-15 at 6.53.18 AM

Here is the announcement to the left. And below is the full description of the program.

“This is a unique opportunity to study and discuss classic texts of the Orthodox Tradition through small group study, discussion, and lectures. The program welcomes lay people, clergy, and students with an interest in learning more about the Church Fathers.

Courses:

  • Theodore the Studite and Post-Chalcedonian Christologies

  • Repentance, Reconciliation, and Confession in the Fathers

  • The Divine Liturgy Celebrated and Interpreted in the Patristic Period

  • The Desert Fathers: Stories and Sayings for Contemporary Life

  • The Problem of Evil in the Writings of the Fathers

  • The Theology and Hermeneutics of Irenaeus of Lyons

  • Reading Scripture with the Fathers: Studies in Patristic Hermeneutics

  • Patristic (Meta)Ethics”

– See more at: http://www.hchc.edu/about/news/news_releases/ninth-annual-summer-patristic-studies-program#sthash.3e2Vixfp.dpuf

I will be taking the two readings of Theodore the Studite and Post-Chalcedon Christologies and Patristic (Meta) Ethic. I will join other scholar and students on the campus for the week and so will have the advantage of those conversations that come my way that enrich and offer new avenues to explore.

The Pappas Institute offers the Summer Patristic Studies Program, a Fall conference and a Spring conference for graduate students to present papers on their research.

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