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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuFall

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Papal Legate, Hypostatic Union, Monophysitism

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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuFall

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hippo Regius, Christian Vision, Original Sin

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5) explain the notion of original sin in augustine of hippo and its relationship with the human free will. Saint augustine, was one of the foremost phi
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Manichaeism, Apostasy, Gnosticism

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If you did not select the correct answer, it will be highlighted in blue. Question 5: (1 points: the babylonian king who destroyed the first temple. Wh
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Africa (Roman Province), Plotinus, Historical Criticism

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Augustine of hippo(today"s algeria): bishop who ruled from 396-430. Became christian in late 30s, not baptized as christian. His mother was saint monic
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuFall

THEO 206 Lecture 1: lessons 1 to 6

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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Antiochus Iv Epiphanes, Christian Philosophy, Antigonid Dynasty

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Why study the greek legacy: the books about jesus were all written in greek, early christians did this so that they could convey their message of salva
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuFall

THEO 206 Lecture 1: theo-quiz

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Who said, what has athens to do with jerusalem, when comparing philosophy with christianity?: tertullian, augustus, origen, celsus (1 points) For the g
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Antiochus Iv Epiphanes, Hellenistic Judaism, Paul The Apostle

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Books of new testament were all written in greek, jesus spoke aramaic and didn"t write any books. Alexander the great: macedonian king who lived in 4th
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Nestorius, Binitarianism, Arianism

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Ancient gods: canaan and babylonian gods, ancient and near eastern divinities mentioned in the hebrew bible and rejected by monotheistic jews in favor
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CONCORDIATHEO 206AllFall

THEO 206 Lecture 14: Final Exam Theo 206 notes

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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Maxentius, Edict Of Milan, Socinian Controversy

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4th century. christians have just witnessed the lost (the great persecution) by the. Emperor diocletian in 303 ad, it targeted the heads of the churche
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CONCORDIATHEO 206Lucian TurcescuWinter

THEO 206 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Council Of Chalcedon, Nestorius, Galerius

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The persecution of christians by the roman emperor diocletian (303-305 ad) included: Arrests of heads of churches they would be released if they consen
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