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This is an overview of the Adult Christian Education series that will start on Wednesday January 11, 2022 and will continue each Wednesday evening at 7pm Central time for ten weeks.

The goal of the series is to provide the historical context of the evolution of the Episcopal faith.

This series is created by a parishioner of St. John's Episcopal Church, and is not a product of any clergy or other employee of the church, of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas or the Episcopal Church of the USA.

This is an overview of the Adult Christian Education series that will start on Wednesday January 11, 2022 and will continue each Wednesday evening at 7pm Central time for ten weeks.

The goal of the series is to provide the historical context of the evolution of the Episcopal faith.

This series is created by a parishioner of St. John's Episcopal Church, and is not a product of any clergy or other employee of the church, of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas or the Episcopal Church of the USA.

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OVERVIEW Our Church_ Christian, Anglican and Episcopal.pdf

  1. 1. Our Church: Christian, Anglican and Episcopal Adult Christian Education Committee 2023
  2. 2. Goals of this Series 1. Learn a little bit of British (and US) history 2. Learn a fair amount of church history 3. Understand better where some of our Christian / Anglican / Episcopalian beliefs and practices originated 4. Learn from each other 5. Have some fun
  3. 3. Disclaimers 1. I am not a theologian. 2. I am not a historian. 3. You can probably quote a lot more scripture than I can. 4. I’m just a guy interested in the topic who (hopefully) did enough research to facilitate the discussion. 5. I’m open to being corrected (nicely).
  4. 4. About Your Facilitator ● BA Economics and Political Science, Southern Methodist University ● MBA Finance, Cox School of Business, SMU ● First Career in Banking and Energy Corporate Finance ● Second Career in Nonprofit Leadership ● Have lived in Dallas, Houston, Chicago and now (blessedly) New Braunfels ● Wife (Julie) and two grown sons ● Raised largely unchurched ● Married into the Episcopal Church ● Have served on a Vestry, a School Board and an Endowment Board ● This is my first foray into Adult Christian Education Bob King
  5. 5. Our Church: Christian, Anglican and Episcopal Session Outline (Wednesdays at 7pm, Church Library or by Zoom) Part One - The Christian Church 11 Jan, Session One: The Nicene Creed and our Trinitarian faith 18 Jan, Session Two: Augustine of Canterbury and the Church of England 25 Jan, Session Three: The Great Schism (Rome vs. Constantinople) Part Two - The Anglican Church 1 Feb, Session Four: Henry VIII and Origins of the Anglican Church 8 Feb, Session Five: Thomas Cranmer and the Book of Common Prayer 15 Feb, Session Six: Richard Hooker and the Via Media 22 Feb, Session Seven: The Wesleys and Methodism Part Three - The Episcopal Church 1 Mar, Session Eight: The American Revolution and the ECUSA 8 Mar, Session Nine: Race, The Civil War and the Episcopal Church 15 Mar, Session Ten: Progressivism v.Traditionalism in the 20th & 21st Cent
  6. 6. The Christian Church Evolution
  7. 7. Periods of Brittanic Rule Prehistoric and Iron Age Roman Viking and Anglo- Saxon Norman Plantagenet Birth of Christ 1000 AD Lancaster and York Tudor 1500 AD Stuart Windsor 2000 AD PREDOMINANT SOURCE OF STRIFE: TRIBAL CLAN CLAN PRO VINCIAL PRO VINCIAL FAM ILIAL FAM ILIAL RELIG IO US RELIG IO US NATIO NAL

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