Lectures

2017 Reformation Lectures
Dr. Jack Kilcrease
Professor of Historical and Systematic Theology, Institute of Lutheran Theology
Adjunct Professor of Theology, Aquinas College

In commemoration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation, Dr. Jack Kilcrease provides 3 lectures on Reformation history from October 16-30, 2017 at Our Savior Lutheran Church.

Living Faithfully in a Digital Age

Mental Illness and the Church
Richard Davenport M.Div, MS, STM
There’s probably someone you know dealing with some form of Mental Illness – depression, panic disorder, bipolar. In this audio presentation Mr. Davenport 1) describes major mental illnesses 2) identifies causes and contributing factors; 3) looks at the social impact; 4)provides multiple resources; 5) offers suggestions on the Church’s response.

 

Early Church History
Dr. Jack Kilcrease
Adjunct Professor of Theology, Aquinas College
Adjunct Professor of Theology, Institute of Lutheran Theology

From the Maccabees to Augustine, Dr. Jack Kilcrease will lead this study of the first four hundred years of the Christian Church.

 

History of the Reformation
Dr. Jack Kilcrease
Adjunct Professor of Theology, Aquinas College
Adjunct Professor of Theology, Institute of Lutheran Theology

Dr. Kilcrease will lead this class through the Reformation, teaching about its history, culture, and theology.