These two letters express the mind and heart of the first century Church
and thus are formative for the faith.
Four Classes: September 24th, October 2nd, October 9th, October 16th, 7 p.m.
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Dr. James Patrick is a theologian, teacher, and sometime apologist. He received his doctorate in theology from Trinity College in Toronto and taught and served in administrative positions at the University of Tennessee and the University of Dallas before founding in 1981 the College of Saint Thomas More in Fort Worth, Texas. His writings include Architecture in Tennessee: 1768–1897, The Magdalen Metaphysicals: Idealism and Orthodoxy at Oxford, 1900–1945, The Beginning of Collegiate Education west of the Appalachians, and Andrew of Bethsaida and the Johannine Circle. His recent book is “The Making of the Christian Mind: The Adventure of the Paraclete,” available through Amazon.