"History of Christian Theology"

While early Christians were more concerned with the second coming of Christ than with the fate of the soul after death; in time, there developed teachings about the afterlife.  

Our first lecture in May will examine the development of these beliefs.  Subsequent lectures will deal with the break between medieval Catholicism and Protestantism and the early evolution and divergence of Protestant theology.

The class schedule for May is below:

May 01 - Lecture 18: Souls After Death
May 08 - Lecture 19: Luther and Protestant Theology
May 15 - Lecture 20: Calvin and Reformed Theology
May 21 - Lecture 21: Protestants on Predestination
May 28 - Lecture 22: Protestant Disagreements

Last modified onMonday, 02 May 2016 18:30
Scott Astley

Scott has been the Church Administrator with Shalom UCC since January 2015.

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