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Orthodox Dogmatic Theology

Module 4 / SIHOS 104

A study of dogmatic theology throughout the history of the Orthodox Church utilizing the Patristic discipline and understanding theological issues through the lens of Orthodox tradition.
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A study of dogmatic theology throughout the history of the Orthodox Church utilizing the Patristic discipline and understanding theological issues through the lens of Orthodox tradition.

A Seminar in Church History: The Seven Ecumenical Councils

Module 3 / SIHOS 103

A study of the history and theology of Christianity's most important councils: Nicea (325), Constantinople (381), Ephesus (431), Chalcedon (451), Constantinople II (553), Constantinople III (680--681), and Nicea II (787).

Orthodox Introduction to the New Testament 

Module 2 / SIHOS 102

Orthodox Intro to Old Testament : A comprehensive Old Testament study of Scripture, Tradition and hermeneutics from the Orthodox perspective.

Orthodox Introduction to the Old Testament 

Module 1 / SIHOS 101

Orthodox Intro to Old Testament : A comprehensive Old Testament study of Scripture, Tradition and hermeneutics from the Orthodox perspective.

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Orthodox Introduction to theOld Testament

Module 1 / SIHOS 101

Orthodox Intro to Old Testament : A comprehensive Old Testament study of Scripture, Tradition and Prophecy from the Orthodox point of view. This is the fundamental basis course for people who are seeking a certificate from the SIHOS Program.

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Orthodox Introduction to the New Testament

Module 2 / SIHOS 102

Orthodox Intro to New Testament : A comprehensive New Testament study of Scripture, Tradition and hermeneutics from the Orthodox perspective.

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A Seminar in Church History /The Seven Ecumenical Councils

Module 3 / SIHOS 103

A study of the history and theology of Christianity's most important councils: Nicea (325), Constantinople (381), Ephesus (431), Chalcedon (451), Constantinople II (553), Constantinople III (680--681), and Nicea II (787).

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An Introduction to Orthodox Dogmatic Theology

Module 4 / SIHOS 104

A study of dogmatic theology throughout the history of the Orthodox Church utilizing the Patristic discipline and understanding theological issues through the lens of Orthodox tradition.

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