The New York City Lecture Series in Church History offers an in-depth discussion of consecutive periods in the life of Christendom each year from September through May.
The Roman Forum Lectures in Church History 2012–2013
The Tyranny of Words —
Or the Triumph of the Word?
Two Conflicting Visions of the Meaning of the Incarnation
John C. Rao
(D. Phil., Oxford)
Associate Professor of History, St. John’s University
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All sessions will meet on
Sundays, at 2:30 p.m.
(See schedule below for specific dates of lectures.)
$10 payable at the door / Wine & cheese reception following
University Church of St. Joseph
371 Sixth Avenue
New York, N.Y.
The entrance to the Church Hall is on Washington Place, south of Waverly Place.
Subway: A, B, C, D, E, F, V to West 4th Street.
The Desperate Plight of a Vibrant Christendom
Luther, Zwingli, and the Evangelical Revolution: Part One
Luther, Zwingli, and the Evangelical Revolution: Part Two
Politique D’Abord and Catholic Collapse
The Anglican Revolt: Part One
Jean Calvin and the Geneva System
Sinners, a Divine Surprise, and Serious Catholic Revival
St. Ignatius Loyola and Companions
The Council of Trent: Act One
Dubious Victory and Further Evangelical Growth
The Anglican Revolt: Part Two
The Council of Trent: Act Two
Politique d’abord and the Peace of Augsburg
Genevan Academy and the Calvinist International
The Council of Trent: Act Three
The Vibrant Catholicism of a Desperate Christendom
Globalism “Catholic Style”
Black Holes, East and West