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Faith of our Fathers Lutheran Colloquium



More than 50 Lutheran and Orthodox Christian clergy and laity from the Eastern and Midwestern United States, some from as far away as Iowa, Missouri and New York, attended Faith of Our Fathers: A Colloquium on Orthodoxy for Lutherans Sept. 10-11, 2007 sponsored by St. Andrew House Center for Orthodox Christian Studies.

The colloquium was designed to explain Orthodox Christianity to Lutheran clergy and laity, according to the Most Rev. Nathaniel, Archbishop of Detroit and the Romanian Episcopate of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA), and founder and president of St. Andrew House. Ancient Faith Radio recorded the sessons and is happy to make them available for download. Please do not make copies or sell the material without the consent of the St. Andrews House Center for Orthodox Christian Studies.

For information on obtaining the conference talks on CD please contact us at dcalvert@netscape.com

Monday, Sept 10, 2007

Archbishop Nathaniel
Archbishop of Detroit and the Romanian Episcopate. Founder and President of St. Andrews House Center For Orthodox Studies Welcome and Keynote Address
Reader Christopher Orr
Born and raised Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran and received into Orthodoxy in 2001. He is an associate at Heidrick and Struggles, an executive search and leadership consulting firm The Authority of Scripture
(Full Text)
Tuesday, Sep 11, 2007

The Rev. Dr.Hiermonk Calinic Berger
St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, Crestwood, NY and Holy Cross Orthodox Church, Hermitage, PA Trinitarian Theology
The Rev. Gabriel Rochelle
Formerly in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, Fr. Gabriel taught most recently at St. Sophia Orthodox Theological Seminary The Church in Orthodoxy: Scratching the Surface
The Rev. Gregory Hogg
Formerly with Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Fr. Gregory is now the priest at Holy Cross Antiochian Orthodox Mission in Dorr, MI The Virgin Mary and the Saints
Deacon Professor A. Gregory Roeber
Professor of early modern history and religious studies at Penn State. Formerly with Lutheran Church Missouri Synod "Will No One Rid Me Of This Troublesome Priest?" The Church, Augustinian Anxieties and Lutheran Conclusions
(Full Text Word Doc)
The Rev. John W. Fenton
Holy Incarnation Orthodox Mission (Western Rite), Taylor, MI Orthodox Confessions of Faith
The Rev. Basil Aden
25 years with the ELCA, now a priest at Christ the Savior Orthodox Church in Rockford, IL Justification
Master of Ceremonies: The Very Rev. Patrick Henry Reardon




All Saints Orthodox Church, Chicago, IL and Senior Editor of Touchstone Magazine