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  • President, Blessed Edmund Rice School
  • Catherine F. Huisking Professor of Theology and Biblical Studies
30 Lectures (12 CDs) Including Electronic Study Guides
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Early Christianity and the First Christians by Fr. Brian E. Daley, S.J., D.Phil.

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The Apostles by Prof. Andrea Lorenzo Molinari, Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
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Early Christianity and the First Christians
  • The World of Christian Beginnings
  • The Religious World of the Roman Empire
  • Christianity and the Faith of Israel: Part I
  • Christianity and the Faith of Israel: Part II
  • Early Syrian Christianity
  • Authority and Structure in the Early Communities
  • Embellishing the Biblical Narrative
  • The Christian Community and Roman Society: Part I
  • The Christian Community and Roman Society: Part II
  • Christian Philosophy Gnostic Religion: Part I
  • Gnostic Religion: Part II
  • Irenaeus Responding for the Church: Part I
  • Irenaeus Responding for the Church: Part II
  • Christianity and Classical Culture: Clement of Alexandria, Part I
  • Christianity and Classical Culture: Clement of Alexandria, Part II
  • Origen: The Beginning of Biblical Theology: Part I
  • Origen: The Beginning of Biblical Theology: Part II

The Apostles
  • Introduction to the Apocryphal Acts
  • The Popularity of Legends Concerning the Apostles in the Earliest Christian Centuries
  • What Kind of Stories?: Some General Characteristics of the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles
  • Genres that Influenced the Development of the Apocryphal Acts
  • "Have I Got a Deal for You!" The Apostle as Spokesman for a Theological "Product" in the Apocryphal Acts
  • Sexual Asceticism: Why so Anti-Sex?
  • Women in the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles: Figures and Roles
  • Introduction to the Apocryphal Acts of John
  • Introduction to the Apocryphal Acts of Paul
  • Introduction to the Apocryphal Acts of Peter
  • Introduction to the Apocryphal Acts of Andrew
  • Introduction to the Apocryphal Acts of Thomas
About Your Presenter

Prof. Andrea Lorenzo Molinari received his Ph.D. in New Testament and Early Christianity from Marquette University in 1996. He spent a combined twelve and half years teaching for Creighton University and Barry University.

Prof. Molinari’s theological writings include five books: The Acts of Peter and the Twelve Apostles (2000); ‘I never knew the man’: The Coptic Act of Peter (2000); Climbing the Dragon’s Ladder: The Martyrdom of Perpetua and Felicitas (2006); Romans and Christians A.D. 64 (2009); and the forthcoming The Shepherd: Apokatastasis. In addition, he has published numerous articles on early Christianity, as well as a variety of popular theological pieces. Other media projects include two audio courses from Now You Know Media, The Apostles and Arrayed in Crimson: Martyrdom and Persecution in the Early Church, and a program with BBC/ Discovery titled Peter, Jesus’ Fisherman.

Fr. Brian E. Daley, S.J., is the Catherine F. Huisking Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. Among other honors, he received the 2012 Ratzinger Prize in Theology (referred to as the “Nobel Prize of Theology”) and the 2013 Johannes Quasten Medal from the School of Theology and Religious Studies of the Catholic University of America. A graduate of Fordham University, he studied classics and philosophy as a Rhodes Scholar at Merton College, the University of Oxford. After theological studies in Frankfurt, Germany, and ordination to the Catholic priesthood, he returned to Oxford to complete a doctorate of philosophy in the Faculty of Theology. 

Fr. Daley has edited The Harp of Prophecy: Early Christian Interpretation of the Psalms (University of Notre Dame, 2015) and written The Hope of the Early Church: A Handbook of Patristic Eschatology (Cambridge University, 1991) as well as numerous scholarly articles. He is also the translator of Leontius of Byzantium: Complete Works (Oxford University, 2017), Light on the Mountain: Greek Patristic and Byzantine Homilies on the Transfiguration of the Lord (St. Vladimir’s Seminary, 2013), Gregory of Nazianzus ...

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