A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY
MDTC TUESDAY EVENING COURSE
OCTOBER 9TH TO NOVEMBER 13TH, 2012
is Professor of the History of the Church, in the Theology Faculty, Oxford University. Professor MacCulloch was the presenter on BBC4 and BBC2 of “A History of Christianity – the First 3,000 years”, which won the Radio Times Listeners’ Award in 2010. He received a knighthood in January 2012 for services to scholarship.
Join us as at the Montreal Diocesan Theological College (MDTC) as we watch the DVD series,
“A History of Christianity” and engage in discussion around the themes which are presented.
October 9th: The First Christianity
Diarmaid MacCulloch shows how Christianity’s origins lie east of Jerusalem and Rome.
October 16th: Catholicism: The Unpredictable Rise of Rome
Exploring the extraordinary rise of Roman Catholic Church.
October 23rd: Orthodoxy – From Empire to Empire
Examining Eastern Orthodox Christianity’s fight for survival.
October 30th: Reformation: The Individual Before God
MacCulloch looks at the Reformation and its attack on the Catholic Church.
November 6th: Protestantism – The Evangelical Explosion
Tracing the growth of Evangelical Protestantism across the globe.
November 13th: God in the Dock
Examining the concept of skepticism in Western Christianity.
6 Tuesday Evenings
from 7:15 pm to 9:15 pm, October 9th to November 13th.
Cost: $40 registration or $8 per evening. Payable to “MDTC”
To register email or phone Tim Smart [email protected] 514-849-4437 Centre for Lay Education 3475 University Montreal, Quebec. H3A-2A8
Visit BBC4 for more information on the series.