A podcast of Center for Ancient Christian Studies
Gerhard Stübben and Tylor Standley host this podcast on early Christianity. On each episode, they discuss a person, text, or issue in early Christian history. By the end of each episode you will be able to either read an ancient text for yourself or engage with some more dense introductory materials.
We have officially moved the podcast to Ancient Faith Radio! This account will no longer be uploading any further episodes.
In this episode, Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite have a brief conversation with Dr Ed Smither of Columbia International University. We talk about his recent book on Christian Martyrdom.Door Shawn Wilhite
In this episode, Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite have a brief conversation with Dr Scott Swain of Reformed Theological Seminary. We talk about his theological interests in the Trinity, how the Father’s have shaped some of his theology, theological education, and his forthcoming book on the Trinity.Door Shawn Wilhite
In this brief conversation, Shawn Wilhite and Coleman Ford talk with CACS research fellow, Dr Matthew Emerson. We talked about his recent book “He Descended to the Dead”: An Evangelical Theology of Holy Saturday.Door Shawn Wilhite
In this brief episode, Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite have a brief conversation with one another about this current season and climate. With Covid-19 affecting the world at large, we talk about our own research endeavors, how teaching has been affected during this time, and hopefully we encourage others during this season. You’ll hear corny jokes a…
Door Shawn Wilhite
Gerhard and Tylor review Lexham Press' Christian Essentials series and discuss the Apostle's Creed and the Lord's Prayer.
Gerhard and Tylor discuss how Christian History shapes their commitments to their own church traditions.
In this episode we look at the development of priestly celibacy in the early church through the medieval era.
In this episode we follow an unknown man into unknown and unknowable territory--the realm beyond language and comprehension.Door Podcastica Patristica
Dr. Adam Winn joins us in this interview on his new book ‘Reading Mark’s Christology Under Caesar: Jesus the Messiah and Roman Imperial Ideology.’Door Podcastica Patristica
The final episode of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God.'Door Podcastica Patristica
Part 10 of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God'Door Podcastica Patristica
Part 9 of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God.'Door Podcastica Patristica
Tylor Interviews Drs. Lynn Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes on their book 'Christian Women in the Patristic World.'Door Podcastica Patristica
How can we bring the Patristic faith into our preaching and pastoral ministry in the 21st Century?Door Podcastica Patristica
Part 8 of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God'Door Podcastica Patristica
Try to keep your pants on for Part 7 of our guide to St. Augustine's City of God.Door Podcastica Patristica
In this brief conversation, Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite sit down with Dr. Michael Kruger, President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, of Reformed Theological Seminary. We were able to hear of his interests in Star Wars and his work in the Second Century, including his recent work, Christianity at the Cros…
Part 6 of our guide through St. Augustine's 'City of God'Door Podcastica Patristica
Listen to part 5 of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God.'Door Podcastica Patristica
In this brief conversation, Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite sit down with Dr. Megan DeVore (CACS Fellow) of Colorado Christian University. We were able to hear of her interest in early grey tea, collegiate teaching, and her research in early Christianity.Door Shawn Wilhite
Part 4 of our guide through St. Augustine's 'City of God.'Door Podcastica Patristica
Part 3 of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God.'Door Podcastica Patristica
Part 2 of our guide to St. Augustine's 'City of God.'Door Podcastica Patristica
A guide to St. Augustine’s ‘City of God’Door Podcastica Patristica
St. Gregory of Nyssa said of his sister Macrina that she was his own "father, teacher, guide, mother, and counselor in every good thing." In this episode we learn how this monastic teacher changed the world.Door Podcastica Patristica
Listen to St. John Chrysostom's Easter homily, read every Easter in Eastern Orthodox churches.Door Podcastica Patristica
Learn about the Father of Church History: a one-time heretic, devoted follower of Origen, and brown-noser to Constantine.Door Podcastica Patristica
Learn about Mary's importance for the church and its theology throughout the millennia.Door Podcastica Patristica
Acquire the secret knowledge required to understand the bizarre world of Gnosticism.Door Podcastica Patristica
Was Marcion really a Marcionite? Are you?Door Podcastica Patristica
What do ancient Rome and modern America have in common? What can we learn from early martyrs about how to view the empires of this world? Jake Raabe joins us to discuss.Door Podcastica Patristica
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.Door Podcastica Patristica
Garry and Alvin talk about the various sections of the Didache, which includes prayer, fasting, baptism, the Eucharist, prophets, and even eschatology. Music by White Morning.Door The Patristics Project
The Didache is summarized, followed by historical context and background on the text.Music by White Morning.Door The Patristics Project
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?Door Podcastica Patristica