Introduction to Historical Theology The Patristic Period Introduction to Historical Theology The Patristic Period c There is no new theology In our electronic age, and people are looking to add electronic books ePubs, mobi and PDF formats to their library books from the Reformers and Puritans in order to become a Patristic Theology The Patristic Theology podcast explores the ancient history behind Christianity s core beliefs and practices Each episode digs into a text that tells part of the story Season One The Apostolic Fathers Travel back to the communities that knew Jesus earliest followers. Patristics What are the Patristics, and why should we study them Patristics, is a branch of theological study of the most prominent writings of the pastors and theologians of the Church from the end of the Apostolic period until the beginning of the Medieval period The time span of the Patristic period is generally considered to be Patristic Theology Encyclopedia Thus patristic theology is an amalgam of Judeo Christian, Hellenistic, and some Oriental thought adapted to the singular facts enunciated in the Old and New Testaments about God, and enacted by Christ in His own life, and in the life of the Church, His Mystical Body. Dictionary PATRISTIC THEOLOGY Catholic Culture Definition There was scarcely any theology among the early Fathers, Clement of Rome and Ignatius of Antioch, who practically repeated the data of Scripture and the apostolic preaching with a minimum of reasoned analysis In the second and third centuries, however, Patristic Theology Protopresbyter John S Romanides Patristic Theology comes in two parts the first part discusses a wide range of topics concerning Orthodox theology while the second, much shorter part examines some heresies closely and what about their theology was so mistaken. Patristic definition of patristic by The Free Dictionary Mirrors of Celestial Grace Patristic Theology in Spenser s Allegory A collection of biblical commentaries, translations of patristic works, and liturgical prayers and hymns is credited to Mesrob, corroborating his reputation for having laid the foundation of a national Armenian liturgy. Patristic Definition of Patristic by Merriam Webster Definition of patristic of or relating to the church fathers or their writings. Meta Patristic Theology Are the Fathers Relevant Today Meta patristic Theology represents a new trend in Orthodox theological circles, which claims that Orthodox theological teaching should move beyond its traditional patristic outlook, which is based on the teachings of the Holy Fathers of the Church, in order to respond to the challenge of the contemporary society and its particular trends.