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  • Lectures and Conferences | Wheaton
    Studies The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Lectures and Conferences Lectures and Conferences The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies hosts a variety of lectures and conferences throughout the year that are open to the public Menu Christ the Vine Certificate Faculty Fellows Students Lectures and Conferences Papatheofanis Lectures Recent Lectures Other Lectures Books Photos Resources Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 wcecs wheaton edu Lectures Each fall The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies invites internationally known scholars primarily in the field of early Christian studies to lecture on topics of that nature The Papatheofanis Lectures were established in honor of Drs Frank and Julie Papatheofanis whose vision and sacrifice were principally responsible for the foundation of The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Other speakers from around the community and around the world are invited to speak in the fall and spring semesters on a wide range of topics Lectures that have been recorded are provided here free for download And Yet the Books Patristics in the Footnotes Papatheofanis Lecture November 15 2015 Susan Holman reflects on her research journey and the issues raised by peripheral use of reference to patristic sources The lecture touches on several thematic subtexts including the question Can early Christian scholarship be a spiritual discipline More Conferences On alternating years The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies hosts conferences or discussions in the form of colloquia for the benefit of the Church community and students 2010 Evangelicals and the Early Church 2013 Christian Political Witness Co sponsored with the Department of Biblical and Theological Studies for the annual Theology Conference 2015 Divine Simplicity A Necessary Doctrine Co sponsored with The Center for Scriptural Exegesis Philosophy and Doctrine at University of St Mary of the Lake Our guests included Lewis Ayres Durham University Michel Barnes Marquette University John Behr St Vladimir s Orthodox Theological Seminary Brian Daley University of Notre Dame Pavel Gavrilyuk University of St Thomas Kevin W Hector University of Chicago Divinity School George Kalantzis Wheaton College D Stephen Long Marquette University Keith Johnson Wheaton College Matthew Levering University of St Mary of the Lake Thomas McCall Trinity Evangelical Divinity School David Luy Trinity Evangelical Divinity School Marcus Plested Marquette University Andrew Radde Gallwitz University of Notre Dame Recent Lecture 2015 Divine Simplicity Colloquium Public Lecture The Very Rev Dr John Behr Synchronic and Diachronic Harmony Saint Irenaeus on Divine Simplicity 3 19 2015 More Recent Book Christian Political Witness IVP Academic 2014 The twelve essays in this volume originally presented at the 2013 Wheaton Theology Conference present biblical historical and theological proposals for thinking responsibly about the intersection of church and state in the contemporary cultural situation Prophetic and pastoral this book offers a fresh look at a crucial and contested dimension of the Christian life More Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton

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  • Resources for Early Church Studies | Wheaton
    Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Academics Departments and Programs Biblical and Theological Studies The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Resources Resources for Early Church Studies The following resources are a helpful start in Early Church studies Menu Christ the Vine Certificate Faculty Fellows Students Lectures and Conferences Resources Friend us Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 wcecs wheaton edu Societies The North American Patristics Society http patristics org International Association of Patristic Studies http www aiep iaps org International Conference on Patristic Studies Oxford http www oxfordpatristics com Study Resources Biblindex http www biblindex mom fr Bibliographies for the Study of Early Christianity Patristic Theology http moses creighton edu harmless Bibliographies for Theology Patristics 0 htm Center for Early African Christianity http earlyafricanchristianity com http earlyafricanchristianity com research resources Fourth Century Christianity http www oxfordpatristics com Institut des Sources Chrétiennes http www sourceschretiennes mom fr PLGO http plgo org page id 2150 Revue d Etudes Augustiniennes et Patristiques 1955 2005 http documents irevues inist fr handle 2042 1 Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives

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  • Wheaton in the Holy Lands | Wheaton
    Center for Applied Christian Ethics College Archives and Special Collections Buswell Library Community School of the Arts Conference Services Center for Urban Engagement HoneyRock Humanitarian Disaster Institute Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals Marion E Wade Center Opus The Art of Work WETN The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton Center for Faith Politics and Economics Wheaton College Trust Company N A Home Academics Departments and Programs Biblical and Theological Studies Wheaton in the Holy Lands Wheaton in the Holy Lands Menu Mission Faculty Emeriti Faculty Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Courses Conferences Lectures Archaeology Museum The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Wheaton in the Holy Lands Accepted Students The Nineteenth Society Wheaton in the Holy Lands is a six week study of the Old Testament New Testament through travel to Israel Greece Turkey and Rome May 16 June 27 In addition through contact with leaders of non western churches Wheaton in the Holy Lands engages students with issues of the theological development of the Church from its earliest period to its present witness This program can be taken as a partial alternative to the general education requirements in the Biblical Studies Theological Studies or Archaeology major Find out more about Wheaton in the Holy Lands Share This Page Feedback Media Center Giving to Wheaton Back to Top About Wheaton Value of a Wheaton Education Wheaton People Mission Statement of Faith and Educational Purpose Community Covenant College Profile Christ Centered Diversity Leadership Technology at Wheaton History Wheaton Worldwide Campus Map and Information Admissions Aid Undergraduate Admissions Graduate Admissions International Students Visit Wheaton Financial Aid Academics The Liberal Arts Departments and Programs Graduate School Global and Experiential Learning Faculty Library and Archives Centers and Institutes Course Catalog Academic Services Academic Calendar Student Life Living at Wheaton Spiritual Life Student

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  • Amy Hughes | Wheaton
    Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 wcecs wheaton edu Dissertation Chastely I Live for Thee Virginity as Bondage and Freedom in Origen of Alexandria Methodius of Olympus and Gregory of Nyssa During my undergraduate studies I fell in love with the early church Once I realized that what got me up in the morning was the intricacies of Trinitarian discussions legendary martyrs and questions about the experience of early Christian women I knew I had found my life s work I began what would lead into my dissertation work during my time at Wheaton pursuing at M A in History of Christianity It was a natural fit to continue that work with George Kalantzis who greatly supported me and challenged me The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies was central to my growth as a scholar while pursuing my PhD at Wheaton The Center s vision closely aligns with mine to help address the lack of a deep connection with historic Christianity in Evangelicalism Through the Center I was afforded the space to discover and relish the texts as well as the resources to gain a picture of the context of the world of the earliest Christians My favorite moments from my involvement with the Center happened during the times spent around scheduled lectures sharing meals and cups of coffee with the many magnificent scholars who have visited It s a very particular joy to meet with other minds who spend time in the nuances and whose expertise broadens one s theological imagination As a scholar at the beginning of her career I take with me those formative experiences I had at Wheaton the tools of scholarship I learned in classes to read ancient texts the discipline it takes to learn ancient languages the relationships I built with

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  • Jack Bates | Wheaton
    College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 wcecs wheaton edu Jack is writing his dissertation on the soteriology of St Maximus the Confessor Like many evangelicals I have been heavily influenced by the writings of C S Lewis One essay in particular changed the shape of my academic life resulting in my eventual study at the Center for Early Christian Studies at Wheaton College In Lewis s On the Reading of Old Books Lewis argues that one ought to read old books not because the authors thereof made no mistakes but that they made different mistakes than characteristically modern thinkers do Because their errors have mostly become clear to us through developing scholarship on their thought we are in little danger of following them into their errors Further the blind spots endemic in modern thought mostly were not present in pre modern thought and the authors of old books can therefore correct our own thought Further the Church Fathers and Doctors of pre modern Christianity have a further claim on our attention and devotion as those men and women whom God particularly used to shape our own theological heritage Historical theologian Ellen Charry has written I have sought to read the early Christian tradition sympathetically because a community that rejects its past is doomed These considerations have led me to pursue the study of historical theology in hope of recapturing some of the theological vision of the early Christian period to learn from our brothers and sisters of the past those things they knew about God but which we have forgotten I am grateful for the opportunity to study at Wheaton College as it has given me the intellectual freedom to engage seriously charitably and constructively with patristic medieval and modern Protestant theology I can think of no

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  • Ryan Clevenger | Wheaton
    wcecs wheaton edu Dissertation Proposed A Swift Fleeting Flash of Lighting Shining in Our Eyes The Role of Mental Images in Gregory of Nazianzus s Account of Theological Language As I began my theological education I slowly become aware of the importance of Church History I could debate fine points of theology but I only really felt that I understood those points if I saw them within their historical context In good Protestant fashion I began with the Reformation but then began to see that I couldn t understand the issues of the Reformation unless I first understood the Medieval Church Then looking at the issues discussed in the Medieval Church I saw their constant engagement with those who had preceded them and I was pushed back further I began to see and appreciate the important role that the Early Church played in all subsequent theology whether one agreed with them or not and decided to pursue my studies in that period When I looked to the Early Church I began to see that one of the important theological issues wasn t just about the Trinity but how to speak well of God in general My attention was drawn to Gregory of Nazianzus a very important but often ignored Christian thinker in English speaking and especially American Christianity I choose to come to Wheaton for my doctoral studies because of their emphasis on the integration of Biblical and Theological Studies in a way that parallels what I see the Fathers doing More so I was excited about the unique opportunity to be part of the Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies and their work in promoting and study and use of the Early Church for the life of the Church today I think my time here at Wheaton and with

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  • Jon Taylor | Wheaton
    Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies Billy Graham Center 501 College Ave Wheaton IL 60187 Phone 630 752 5197 wcecs wheaton edu Dissertation Proposed Describing the Spirit in East and West Trinitarian Grammar and Maximus the Confessor In the spring of 2009 I began an academic year of discernment as I looked for a graduate school or seminary to continue my education I had a passion to study and practice theology to be in dialogue with the broadest range of Christianity possible and to do so in a community of confessed Christians after a B A from a state school That same year Wheaton established the Center for Early Christian Studies I listened to the inaugural lecture online and visited Wheaton during the Center s first conference This brief exposure made my decision much easier I saw a place where I could study theology in an academically rigorous manner be open to engaging a broad Christian tradition and yet openly hold my faith commitments and commitments to Christian service I came to Wheaton in 2010 earned my M A in Historical Theology in 2012 and am currently in my third year of Ph D research in association with the Center My research is in pneumatology and Trinitarian thought in the early middle ages particularly in the person of Maximus the Confessor Regardless to what teaching role God sends me my time associated with Wheaton and the Center has enabled me to articulate my faith confidently not only using biblical and philosophical tools but to articulate and deepen my faith based on the history of God s action in and through his church I was given the space and tools to listen to the history and voices of brothers and sisters who I otherwise would have likely missed completely or been

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  • Jeffrey Bingham | Wheaton
    Adversus Haereses Traditio Exegetica Graeca no 7 Leuven Peeters 1998 Pocket History of the Church Downers Grove IVP 2002 also in Korean and Russian editions 2006 The Routledge Companion to Early Christian Thought editor London Routledge 2010 Articles Departure and Return Christians and Jerusalem in the Second Century in Wielding a Two Edged Sword ed S Graham and R Seesengood Piscataway NJ Gorgias forthcoming Irenaeus and Hebrews in Irenaeus Life Scripture Legacy ed P Foster and S Parvis Minneapolis Augsburg Fortress 2012 65 80 With C Graham History of Interpretation Henoch 34 2012 193 94 Irenaeus and Hebrews in Christology and Hermeneutics of Hebrews Profiles from the History of Interpretation LNTS ed J Laansma and D Treier New York London T T Clark 2012 48 73 With B R Todd Irenaeus s Text of the Gospels in Adversus haereses in The Early Text of the New Testament ed C E Hill and M J Kruger Oxford Oxford University 2012 370 92 Evangelicals and the Rule of Faith Irenaeus on Rome and Reading Christianly in Evangelicals and the Early Church Recovery Reform Renewal ed G Kalantzis and A Tooley Eugene OR Cascade 2011 159 86 Less Doctrinaire Evangelical Theological Education at the Crossroads Patheos com 3 November 2011 The Bishop in the Mirror Scripture and Irenaeus s Self Understanding in Adversus Haereses Book One in Tradition and the Rule of Faith in the Early Church ed R J Rombs and A Y Hwang Washington DC Catholic University 2010 48 67 Irenaeus of Lyons in The Routledge Companion to Early Christian Thought ed D J Bingham London Routledge 2010 137 53 Scripture as Apology in Athenagoras of Athens Studia Patristica 45 2010 425 31 The Apocalypse Christ and the Martyrs of Gaul in The Shadow of the Incarnation Essays on Jesus Christ in the Early Church in Honor of Brian E Daley S J ed P Martens Notre Dame University of Notre Dame 2008 11 28 With C Graham Amos in the Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception ed H J Klauck et al Berlin de Gruyter 2008 With S O Presley Jews and Judaism in Early Christian Interpretation Henoch 30 2008 203 Aristides Aristo of Pella Arnobius of Sicca Athenagoras Justin Martyr Minucius Felix Tatian Theophilus of Antioch in The Westminster Dictionary of Church History vol 1 ed R Benedeto Louisville WJKP 2008 Christianizing Divine Aseity Irenaeus Reads John in The Gospel of John and Christian Theology ed R Bauckham and C Mosser Grand Rapids Eerdmans 2008 53 67 One God One Christ One Salvation Christian History 96 2007 18 21 With C Graham Eusebius of Caesarea in Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters ed D K McKim Downers Grove IVP 2007 Irenaeus on Gnostic Biblical Interpretation Studia Patristica 40 2006 367 79 Irenaeus s Reading of Romans 8 Resurrection and Renovation in Early Patristic Readings of Romans ed L L Welborn and K Gaca London T T Clark 2005 114 32 Himself within Himself The Father and His Hands in

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