Dr. David E. Wilhite is Professor of Christian Theology at Baylor’s Truett Seminary. In this episode, he joins us to talk about Tertullian the African and his upcoming book on Ancient African Christianity.
Episode 7 traces the life, thought, and writings of one of the most important people in church history: Athanasius. This saint is revered for his fight against Arianism. But is the traditional picture of Athanasius true?
In 274 CE a hero was born. Or a demon, depending on how you look at him.
The episode tracks the idea of authority figures in the church from the days of the New Testament to the first modern-style pope, Julius of Rome (337-352 C.E.).
The Lenten Fast is one of Christianity’s oldest traditions. In this episode, Tylor discusses the history and meaning of this sacred season.
The Nicene Creed is unquestionably the most important document in church history. In some circles the text of the creed is simply synonymous with “orthodoxy.” In this episode Gerhard explains the creed and its meaning line by line.
If you know anything about early church history, you’ve probably heard of the Council of Nicaea and the heretic, Arius. But the story is shrouded in mystery. In this episode, we try to untangle the web of legends and lies to find the true story of Arius. With special guests Travis Tarver and Sam Davidson.