|November 3 Lesson: Forming Christian Culture – Culture and the fullness of the Trinity Part 1: Childhood and The Son
“The Word became flesh at a particular moment in time; He grew from an infant into a man over a span of years. Nevertheless, the Word is eternally begotten of the Father; the Word is eternally the Father’s child.” This quote by Orthodox Christian professor and author Vigen Guroian has a profound implication to how we understand our childhood, the raising of our own children, and how this effects the culture of our home and all around us. In this week’s class, we will discuss what Christ being the eternal Son of God means to use in our roles as children and parents, what about modern psychological and sociological theory on children and childhood is compatible and not compatible with our theological understanding, and the differences between childlikeness and childishness.
Time: 11:30 – 12:30
Where: Church Library
Format: In-person roundtable/discussion format where all our encouraged to contribute; Live stream video nationally/internationally with interactive comments
Note: Adult Education is video live-streamed through the Orthodox Christian Network’s (OCN) Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/MyOCN/. The class reaches thousands in the United States, Canada, and dozens of other countries worldwide. This is an exciting opportunity through OCN to share the Orthodox Christian faith. Video of the classes are archived and can be viewed anytime using this link – http://myocn.net/orthodox-christian-video-programs/adult-study-classes/. All archived classes will be here and available even if you don’t have Facebook.
Proverbs 8:23-30, Mark 1:11, Mark 14:36, Matthew 18:1-7, Mark 10:13-16, John 1:11-13, Romans 8:16-21, 1 Corinthians 13:11, Ephesians 4:25-5:2
Watch past Live Adult Education Classes at http://myocn.net/adult-education-shared-experience-orthodox-christian-faith/
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