What in the Name of God: A 3,000 Year Journey through Christianities

What in the Name of God: A 3,000 Year Journey through Christianities MayMay 10 2022 07:00pm America/New_York

What in the Name of God: A 3,000 Year Journey through Christianities.

On May 31* at 7:00 p.m. we will continue a 6-week series on Church history. We will use Diarmaid Maculloch's 6-part video series History of Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years as our guide.

Our journey begins in 1,000 BCE with the Graeco-Roman context of Christianity and will end in the modern context of our more secularized world. In this series we will examine the philosophical, theological, cultural, political, and spiritual contexts in which Christianity was formed. By the end of our journey together we will see how Christianity shaped our world as it moved from being a small persecuted religious sect on the far reaches of the Roman Empire to becoming the most influential religious force in human history.

Starting: Tuesday, May 10 for 6 weeks 7:00pm.  Each session will run 90 to 120 minutes. Live streamed on Zoom

Meeting ID: 983 664

Week 1 - The First Christianity
Week 2 - Catholicism: The Unpredictable Rise of Rome
Week 3 - Orthodoxy: From Empire to Empire
Week 4 - Reformation: The Individual Before God
Week 5 - Protestantism: The Evangelical Explosion
Week 6 - God in the Dock

If you have an interest in Church history from the time of Jesus to modern-day global Christianity, then this class is for you! Use the following link to join us.


Meeting ID: 983 6645 9550
Passcode: 823278

To listen to the Week 2 archive:


Access Passcode: 8^A^8Vzy


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