Patrology - Fr Tadros Malaty | Part 8 - Fathers of the School of Alexandria
School of Alexandria - Origins
According to St Jerome, St Mark established the Christian School of Alexandria and at this time, there were 3 groups - the Greeks, the Jews, and the Egyptians. However, St Mark found it difficult…
Patrology - Fr Tadros Malaty | Part 7 - Gnosticism
Gnosticism is a complicated and arising concern in our contemporary era. Briefly, this word derives from the Greek word 'Gnosis' meaning knowledge. Among the pagans and Jews, there were many Gnostics deeming that there are two worlds - the world of spirituality, and the…
Patrology - Fr Tadros Malaty | Part 6- Christian Literature
This video marks the 6th segment of the Patrology lecture series by Fr Tadros Yaoub Malaty.
Fr Tadros highlights that studying the origins of Christian literature enables us to understand how Christianity has a broad perspective towards different aspects of our lives, such as music, activities,…
Patrology - Fr Tadros Malaty | Part 5
In Part 5 of this lecture, Fr Yaoub Malaty answers questions concerning the congregation.
One question that arose was regarding the difference between Catholicism and Orthodoxy in terms of the role of our Pope and Bishops. In Orthodox Christianity, we look at the Bishop as the symbol of…
Patrology - Fr Tadros Malaty | Part 4 - Early Apologists
Over time, the apologists have revealed that many of the Church's beliefs, dogma, order, and canons have their roots directed to the apostles. For example, through writings of the apologists, we have discovered how: the church was concerned with the Eucharist as the core…
Patrology: Apostolic Fathers | Part 2- Orthodox Sermons Series
Apostolic Fathers is the next segment Fr Tadros explores in this Patrology series.
He describes that the Lord chose apostles and disciples who lived with Jesus Christ and enjoyed life with Him. After their time, they accepted the Holy Spirit and started to preach. The apostles…
Patrology by Fr Tadros Yaoub Malaty | Part 1- Orthodox Sermons
In his sermon, Fr Tadros explains that a common theme explored throughout the Church's doctrines, teachings, and canons is that we must attain and enjoy the work of the Holy Trinity in all aspects of our lives.
This can be related to Patrology…