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Evangelization: Old and New

  • Dean of the Graduate School of Religion at Fordham University
12 Lectures (5 CDs) Including Electronic Study Guide
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As Christians, we are called to “go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation” (Mk 16:15). Now, you are invited to discover what evangelization means today through 12 rich and insightful lectures.

You will explore the four foundational questions underlying the Church's call for a new evangelization: What is evangelization? How is the new evangelization related to the old evangelization? Whose responsibility is it to evangelize? How can you become effective at evangelization?

In doing so, you will discover how Christianity's greatest teachers have understood the mission of proclaiming the Good News. As you journey from the Apostolic Age to the present, you will discover how Augustine, Gregory the Great, Bernard of Clairvaux, Bonaventure, and many others inspired people to a lead more engaged and apostolic life. You will also explore evangelization's relationship to spirituality, penance, preaching, and culture. As you move through this series, you will learn practical strategies for living a more mission-oriented life admist our media-saturated, postmodern culture.

If you have ever wanted to learn more about the history and power of evangelization, this captivating series is for you. By learning powerful methods of spreading the Word of God throughout the world, you will gain invaluable insights into the importance of sharing your faith today.


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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
  • Introduction
  • What We Mean by Evangelization
  • The Magisterium on Evangelization
  • Eloquence and the Preparation for Evangelization
  • How to Become Eloquent: Advice from Augustine
  • Audience, Delivery and Occasion: More Advice from Augustine
  • The Role of Discipline and Discernment for Evangelization: Lessons from Gregory the Great
  • Balancing Correction with Maintaining Unity: Gregory the Great on the Grand Style
  • The Art of Delight: Monastic Models of the Moderate Style
  • Preaching as Teaching: Lessons from the Doctrinal Preachers
  • Evangelization in a Postmodern Culture: Some Hopeful Prospects
  • Conclusion
About Your Presenter

Dr. C.Colt Anderson, Ph.D., is Dean of the Graduate School of Religion at Fordham University. A church historian and theologian, his research focuses on the intersection between three areas of concern: the communication of the Gospel (evangelization), how to reform the church, and the importance of an eschatological perspective for Christian life. His publications have concentrated on ways to heal the growing divisions among members of the Catholic Church by drawing upon models of leadership from historical figures such as Gregory the Great, Peter Damian, Bernard of Clairvaux, Bonaventure, and others. Professor Anderson has focused his research on the origins of the Franciscan movement as a means to understand the important development of lay ministry in the Church. He lectures nationally on issues related to spirituality, ecclesial reform, and evangelization. After spending several years as a scriptwriter and film producer, he has tried to find ways to recover the proper place of narrative in theology as a means to communicate the Catholic tradition to contemporary people.


Professor Anderson has served as the academic dean of the Washington Theological Union, as a judge for Theological Studies, as an editorial advisor for Chicago Studies, and o...

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