Early Christian Texts Events
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A variety of presentations on early Christian texts, including seminars, classes, workshops, and lectures
Some topics include:
- Relationships between the Bible and extracanonical texts
- Issues in the early formation of Christianity
- Healing ideas from the ancient texts
- Theological and spiritual concepts from the ancient texts
Presentations and events can be created to work perfectly with your event. If you have a specific topic related to the early Christian texts, be sure to send a message to ask about it.
Fragment from the Gospel of Mary, unknown photographer, public domain image from Wikimedia Commons.
Once a month, at 8–9 p.m. Eastern Time on Monday nights (generally the fourth of the month), the Tanho Center sponsors a presentation and discussion of one of the early Christ movement texts. Each Monday session is led by a trained scholar of these texts. Discussion leaders will share a well-framed overview of the particular text, and give time for all participants to ask questions or share their own insights about the meanings and potential for these texts.
Upcoming Conference Presentations and Similar Events
Enlightenment on psychological aspects of New Testament healing from Nag Hammadi
Date: July 4, 2019, 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm (during the SBL International Meeting)
Location: The Pontifical Biblical Institute and the Gregorian University
Description: Presentation to be given at the Society of Biblical Literature International Meeting.
Registration for the conference required in order to attend.
From anonymous evaluation forms:
Such amazing, eye-opening, helpful information. The fruits of your study research digging are so helpful…
Getting exposed/acquainted to the ancient extracanonical texts for the first time – now I need to go home and study them.
Interested in non-canonical healings; how early Christian churches organized; explanations about the Council of Nicea and its impact on history; closer historical context; great perspective: explanations through good metaphors.
There was so much here that I could take this again and continue to learn more — have more texts been found? Grateful for all. I think you were very thorough. I appreciate your bibliography and back-up for many of the ideas given.
I enjoyed all of it and got a lot out of it.