Church History – Lecture – Introduction – Ronald D Kelly – AC Lecture

FREE Ambassador College Lectures – Church History

Church History – Lecture – Introduction – Ronald D Kelly – AC Lecture

Church History - Lecture 1 - Introduction

For the beginning of our Church History lectures I would like to let all the class know that we are going to be taping the class this year, with the possibility in mind of sending the tapes out to the field Ministry if they would like to kind of get filled in on what’s happening in some of the Ambassador College classes, especially classes they may not have had. A number of years ago, the Church History section of the theology department was usually limited to a few days or at the most three or four weeks at the end of each year of Freshmen Bible and we could really only devote a little bit of attention to it… …

Church History - Lecture 1 - Introduction

Link to Ambassador College Lecture…
https://www.hwalibrary.com/cgi-bin/get/hwa.cgi?action=lectureav&byGraphicList=byGraphic&InfoTitle=ChurchHistory

Church History

Lecture 1: Introduction
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 2: The World Prepared for the Christian Church
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 3: Establishment of the New Testament Church
Lecture by: Keith W Stump

Lecture 4: The Growth of Christianity
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 5: Persecution / The Fall of Jerusalem / Flight of the Church
Lecture by: Keith W Stump

Lecture 6: Gnosticism / Simon Magus / Cerinthus
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 7: Various Sects and Men – First Century
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 8: Polycrates, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Clement, Tertullian, and Origen
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 9: Eusebius, Constantine, the Council of Nicea
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 10: How Sunday Came to be Part of the Church
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 11: Laodecia / Arianism / Easter
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 12: Quarto-Decimens / Paulicians
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 13: Ambrose, Augustine, and Bogomils
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 14: The Church in the Wilderness: Albigenses / Patarines / Cathari
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 15: Peter de Bruys / Arnold of Bresca / Henri the Deacon
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 16: Waldensians Lucius III
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 17: Waldensian Beliefs
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 18: The Catholic Church – Doctrines / History
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 19: The Catholic Church – History
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 20: Catholic History / The Crusades
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 21: The History of Education
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 22: The Reformation Period
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 23: Lollards / Anabaptists / Sabbatarians
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 24: The Church in England and America
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 25: History of the Modern Church of God
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Lecture 26: The Modern Era
Lecture by: Ronald D Kelly

Additional Programs and Literature available at: hwalibrary.com

About Herbert W Armstrong

Herbert W. Armstrong (July 31, 1892 – January 16, 1986) founded the Worldwide Church of God in the late 1930s, as well as Ambassador College in 1946, and was an early pioneer of radio and tele-evangelism, originally taking to the airwaves in the 1930s from Eugene, Oregon. Mr. Armstrong preached an eclectic set of theological doctrines and teachings that came directly from the Bible. His teachings included the interpretation of biblical prophecy and taught observance of God’s Laws, Sabbath (Saturday), and the Biblical “Holy Days”.
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