The Papatheofanis Lectures on early Christianity were established in honor of Drs. Frank and Julie Papatheofanis whose vision and sacrifice were principally responsible for the foundation of The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies. The lecture is given every Fall.
2017 Papatheofanis Lecture
'A Lamp unto my feet!' How the early Church Fathers teach us to read Scripture
Dr. Daniel H. Williams, Professor of Patristics and Historical Theology at Baylor University, will be giving the 2017 Papatheofanis Lecture. The lecture will take place in the Billy Graham Center 432, the Wilson Suite on Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 7:30 pm and is free and open to the public.
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Past Papatheofanis Lectures on Early Christianity
How Priests Became Celibate
Dr. David Hunter
And Yet the Books: Patristics in the Footnotes
Dr. Susan R. Holman
Activity and Manifestation: Gregory of Nyssa and Patristic Ecclesiology
Dr. Lewis Ayres
Rome in the Nineteenth-Century Protestant Imaginary: American Professors, Ancient 'Pagens,' and Early Christianity.
Dr. Elizabeth Clark
Redefining Greatness: Ambrose and the Magnanimous Man
Dr. J. Warren Smith
From Shadow to Reality: The Biblical Foundations of Christian Liturgical Worship
Fr. Thomas Hopko
With all the Company of Heaven: Eucharist and Cosmic Powers in Early Christian Worship
Dr. L. Edward Phillips
Orthodox-Evangelical Dialogue: What Have We to Learn from One Another?
His Excellency, the Most Reverend Metropolitan Kallistos (Ware) of Diokleia
Picturing the Divine Trinity: Orthodoxy and Early Christian Art
Dr. Robin M. Jensen
Why Study Early Christian History and Literature?
Dr. Everett Ferguson
Going Deeper into the Bible: The Church Fathers as Interpreters
Dr. Robert Louis Wilken