CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

CTSFW

Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne, IN

july, 2017

31julAll Day02augHow First-Century Christians in the Book of Acts Walked Together as They Confessed the Faith

Event Details

The Apostolic Council in Jerusalem has much bearing on the situation facing The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) today. Significant decisions were made by the apostles and other leaders in the Church in the first 20 years of the Church’s life that are instructive for us to observe. This course will take a tour of the early Church from the Ascension to the Apostolic Council with a view towards how decisions were made by the early fathers. The Apostolic Council is a watershed event in the life of the early Church, but it is also a significant marker for the history of the Church and programmatic for us today. This brief, highlighted tour will recognize significant events in the first 20 years of the Church’s existence, observing the leaders as they are described in Acts and Galatians, the decision-making process of the early Christians, as well as offering a brief interpretation of the Apostolic Council in light of the issues facing the LCMS today. (1.5 CEU)

Time

July 31 (Monday) - August 2 (Wednesday)

Location

Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church

208 Woods Dr. Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

Organizer

CTSFW Continuing Education - Kara Mertzce@ctsfw.edu
(260) 452-2103

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