St. Athanasius College
TH 114: Incarnation and the Grammar of Theology
Nothing is more fundamental to the gospel than the doctrine of the Incarnation: the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. More than a singular event, it is the defining theme that runs throughout the Orthodox faith. This class examines what can be described as the “grammar” of theology, the fundamental rules of how we speak and think of God established by the fact of Christ’s incarnation. Come learn the language of the Fathers!
November 30: The Grammar of Theology and the Incarnation
December 7: Why Did God Become Man: Incarnation in the Key of Salvation
December 14: Who Became Man?
December 21: The Incarnational Life: How is Orthodoxy lived in an incarnational manner? What difference does belief in the Incarnation make in our daily lives
Teacher: Fr. Stephen Freeman, blog "Glory to God and author of "Everywhere Present"
Dates: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21
Length of course: 4 weeks
Time: Tuesdays at 8:00 PM Eastern
Class length: ~60 minutes per class
Jurisdiction: Open to all jurisdictions.