Leader: John Dromazos

Description: This study will center around world events that shaped the history of the Christian faith. Events, not limited to the following, include the early Christian church under persecution, the Church coming of age under Emperor Constantine, the split between the Church in the East and the West, the Middle Ages, the Reformation and Counter-Reformation, the growth the Protestant movement, and subsequent developments to the present.

Class discussion will be encouraged with input from the instructor and class members on the readings assigned.

Biography: John Dromazos has a Bachelor of Science in Education and a Master of Divinity with honors in History and Theology. He pastored various churches in New York State and Pennsylvania until retirement in 2009, after which he served as Interim Protestant Chaplain at Bucknell. Recently, John was made Pastor Emeritus at Beaver Memorial United Methodist Church, Lewisburg.

Materials for course:  The suggested text is Church History in Plain Language, 3rd edition, by Bruce L. Shelly

Number of participants:     

Minimum: 5     
Maximum: 15

Location: Red Cross Building - Edna Sheary Room   

Meeting time:  Mondays, February 24 through March 31, 2014, 10 - 11:30 a.m.

 

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