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The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies

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The Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies fosters systematic study in the fields of Patristics and early Christian literature by engaging in sustained teaching, research, and publication related to the early Church.

一道本不卡免费高清The Center is located within the Department of Biblical & Theological Studies at Wheaton College, which offers B.A. degrees in Biblical & Theological Studies as well as Biblical Archaeology, M.A. degrees in History of Christianity and Theology, and a Ph.D. degree in Biblical & Theological Studies, including historical theology with an emphasis on early Christianity.

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Certificate in Early Christian Studies

The undergraduate  Certificate in Early Christian Studies一道本不卡免费高清 is a 24 credit hour interdisciplinary certificate program designed to help students investigate historical and theological questions through the study of history, theology, literature, and worship.

Announcements

News and updates about the Faculty Fellows and doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate students:

一道本不卡免费高清Dr. Susan Holman, who gave the 2015 Papatheofanis Lecture (), was recently awarded the 2016 Grawemeyer Award in religion for her book .

Luis Joshua Salés '10, M.A. '10 (PhD candidate at Fordham) just published a new book on the 

Dr. Amy Brown Hughes M.A. '08, Ph.D. '13 (Assistant Professor of Theology at Gordon College) published an article  Vigiliae Christianae 69 (2015), 1-26.

Papers presented at the  at Oxford University, August 10–14, 2015:

  • Jack Bates, Ph.D. candidate
  • Ryan Clevenger, Ph.D. candidate 
  • Jon Taylor, Ph.D. candidate 
  • Dr. George Kalantzis, professor of theology, director of the Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies