Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity

taught by Fr. John Ehrich, STL

Description

C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity has truly become a modern classic. Compiled from the original BBC broadcasts during World War II, it was published in book form in 1952. Mere Christianity is widely considered a basic foundation in Christian apologetics and has led many to embrace the Faith. In this class we will examine the basics doctrines of Christianity as presented by Lewis and assist the student to see how Lewis’ presentation of these doctrines harmonize with and diverge from Catholic tradition. The overall intention of the class is to present basic Christian doctrine to the student in a very accessible way.

Hours of Instruction: 12

Fr. John  Ehrich, STL
Fr. John Ehrich, STL
Institute Founder

Rev. John Ehrich, STL, was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Phoenix in 2000. He earned his M.A. from St. Meinrad Seminary in 1998 and his MDiv in 2000. After five years of parish ministry, he studied moral theology at the Accademia Alfonsiana in Rome where he earned his Licentiate in Sacred Theology in 2007. Fr. Ehrich is the founder of the Institute of Catholic Theology.

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Session 1 - Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
109:18
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Session 2 - Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
100:27
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Session 3 - Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
96:06
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Session 4 - Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
81:24
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Session 5 - Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
65:30
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Session 6 - Basic Christian Doctrine as Found in C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
66:20
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