By presenting original research into the writings of St.Athanasius, Patriarch of Alexandria (295-373), this course will respond to the challenges arising out of the contemporary scholarly studies of St. Athanasius’ theology and writings and promote the theological legacy of this great Alexandrian Father of the Church who has come down in the history of the Church as the “canon of orthodoxy.” Modern “critical research and discussions” have too often tended to obscure the Athanasian legacy and bar contemporary theology from the amazing blessings that this great ecumenical teacher and Father of the Church has bequeathed to all Christia ngenerations. Much focus will be given to his theological writings (On the Incarnation, Against the Arians, etc.) as well as his ascetical treatises, especially Life of Antony.
Sunday, July 9, 6:00PM-9:00PM; Monday-Friday, July 10-14, 10:00AM-9:00PM
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