NEW Study on the Early Church Fathers

Holy Archangels (47 Spa Rd., Annapolis) is beginning a new Patristics study on the Early Church Fathers (1st-2nd Centuries) entitled, “The Way of Life: Let Me Get to Christ.”  Among the primary source texts we’ll be discussing are: The Didache, St. Clement’s Epistle to the Romans, St. Ignatius’ Seven Letters, the Martyrdom of Polycarp, and others.   Wednesdays Beginning Oct. […]

Study Guide Week 16: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #16 Download the Study Review from last week (Chapter 14-15): Q:            Why did the ordination of “elders” (presbyters = priests) become necessary? Q:            What was the objection by the believers among the Pharisees […]

Study Guide Week 15: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #15  Download the Study Review from last week (Chapter 13): “This was no small thing that the Christ should be from David… On all occasions we find them making a great point of […]

Study Guide Week 13: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #13 Download this Bible Study  Review from last week (Chapter 11): Q:            Why does St. Peter emphasize what he does in relating to his fellow Jewish Christians the conversion of Cornelius and his […]

Study Guide Week 11: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #11 Download the Bible Study Review from last week (Chapter 9): Q:            The early Orthodox Christians were referred to as followers of  “the Way.” What does the use of this term tell us […]

Study Guide Week 10: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #10 Download the bible study Review from last week (Chapter 8): Q:            How did God take the evil that Saul was doing in persecuting the Church and turn it into something redemptive? “Preserve […]

Study Guide Week 9: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #9 Download the bible study   Review from last week (Chapter 7): Q:            How would you describe the contrast between the Jewish leaders’ response to St. Stephen’s defense and St. Stephen’s bearing as […]

Study Guide Week 8: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #8 Download the Bible Study Guide   Review from last week (Chapter 6): Q:            Describe the synergy (Gk. sunergos) we see here between the laity and the Apostles (clergy)? Q:            What can we […]

Study Guide Week 7: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #7 Download the bible study guide Review from last week… Q:            Why is Barnabas held up as a godly example? Q:            What is Annanias and Sapphira’s sin? Q:            What does St. Peter mean […]

Study Guide Week 6: Study on “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians.”

Exploratory Bible Study on the Acts of the Apostles: “The Book of Acts through the Eyes of the Early Christians” Bible Study #6 Download the Study Guide Review from Acts 4 Q:            What do we learn from the Apostles’ (especially St. Peter’s) example and witness before the Sanhedrin as those living in an age when […]