Course Tag: orthodoxy

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Church History III: The Arab Conquest to Modernity 2

Church History III: The Arab Conquest to Modernity 2 (CHHT 605) will cover the early modern period to the rise of Egyptian nationalism (early twentieth century). Students will build a developed framework of the period by examining a variety of secondary sources written from different perspectives. This eight week course…
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Apologetics III

This class is the third Apologetics class which builds upon the previous two classes namely, Apologetics I and Apologetics II. This classes presents a more in-depth study of a few of the topics which were covered in the previous two classes, by reviewing and analyzing articles and papers contributed by…
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Church History III: The Arab Conquest to Modernity (1)

Church History III: The Arab Conquest to Modernity (1) (CHHT 604) will examine Egypt’s medieval period and the different houses of Islamic rule. Students will delve into the History of the Patriarchs as the primary source for the period, supplemented by secondary sources from both within and without the tradition.…
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Church History I: The Early Church & Coptic History (2)

Church History I: The Early Church and Coptic History 2 (CHHT 602) will attempt to frame the decline of Alexandria’s importance on the universal church stage in the fourth and fifth centuries. Students will examine primary sources that trace the rise of Rome’s theological (and the simultaneous decline of its…
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Orthodox Soteriology

Soteriology is the study of the Lord Jesus Christ’s economy of salvation–His salvific work through His Incarnation, Crucifixion, descent into Hades, Resurrection, Ascension, and glorious Second Coming. As such, this course will focus on these topics in relation to humanity and its participation in this economy. What does the fall…
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Ministry of the Sick and Dying

Ministering to Coptic Orthodox parishioners and others who are sick or dying is an essential work of the Church. Jesus Christ Himself commissions us to do this type of visitation to those who are sick. Today many people find themselves in hospitals or palliative care institutions with no one to…
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History of Coptic Hymnology

This course provides an overview of the history and development of Coptic hymnology, focusing primarily on structure, tune and systematic placement. Utilization of the Ordo of the Church manuscripts, written liturgical resources, and the oral tradition from various regions of Egypt provides a thorough depiction of Coptic hymnological tradition. Extrapolating…
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Marriage Preparation

Whether you are married, single and planning to get married, or single wishing to live celibate, understanding God’s design to unite man and woman in marriage is a biblical truth that requires attentive studying and discussion. St. Athanasius states that, “married Christians belong to the righteous life of the whole…
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Contemporary Issues

The growth of the Orthodox Church in many western countries while impressive leaves Her facing many new issues which have not been encountered in the past century. The success of the Church is dependent to a large extent on Her ability to face these issues head-on, equipped to defend and…
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Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Reading the Holy Scripture in its original language means more depth in grasping the meaning, the nuance and the literal beauty of the Biblical text.  Some scholars said that reading the Bible in translation is like kissing your bride through a veil. This eight week intensive course provides a basic…
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Ordained Deacon Service

As the Church spread in the land of immigration, the rank of the full Deacon (Diakon) came back to the light. Its revival was mainly for helping in Liturgical services, followed by other extended services in the Church such as serving new immigrants. For this reason the course is designed…
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Dogmatic & Systematic Theology

Understanding the dogma and doctrine of the Coptic Orthodox Church is critical to forming a worldview that is nested in Scripture, the early Church Fathers, and in Jesus Christ Himself who instituted the Church and Her sacramentality. Dogmatic & Systematic Theology (THEO 601) cover a wide range of authors, from…
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