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I wish They All Could Be Chalcedonian: Understanding the Gift of Patristic Christology
September 17-19, 2019
5:00pm - 6:00pm
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    In these lectures Lewis will explore the heart of early Christian teaching about the person of Christ. To get to this heart, however, Lewis will focus on the controversies of the period between AD 500 and 700. These debates are far less well known than they should be, but they are fundamental if we are to understand the legacy of early Christian thought about Christ for today. The Lectures September 17: Journey to Constantinople, Or, Justinian, An Unlikely Hero

    September 18: On Looking Back, Or, How to Define a Tradition

    September 19: On Looking Forward, Or, From the Seventh Century to Today Lewis Ayres is Professor of Catholic and Historical Theology at Durham University in the UK & Professorial Fellow at the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne, Australia. He previously taught in Ireland and in the US. He writes on early Christian and modern Catholic theology; his most recent book was co-edited with Medi Ann Volpe, The OxfordHandbook of Catholic Theology.
     
    The Costan Lecture Series is an opportunity for a distinguished scholar to provide a set of lectures that connect the genesis of faith to the contemporary issues in spiritual practice. The annual three-part lecture series was established in 2014, by the generosity of Ms. Margaret H. Costan with the intent of strengthening the educational offerings of Virginia Theological Seminary.
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    Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility
    Adapted by Dawn Bush for DOT Productions
    September 21 & 22
    2:00 p.m.
    Free admission; registration required
    Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility
    Adapted by Dawn Bush for DOT Productions
    September 21 & 22
    2:00 p.m.
    Free admission; registration required
    The Dashwood sisters have a very different approach to their love lives. Elinor has much more Sense, but Marianne has a great deal of Sensibility. Heroes, heartbreak and debonair villains, all topped off with a dashing duel, will have you falling in love with this wonderful Austen novel and leave you wondering, are you an Elinor or a Marianne? A cast of five actors and DOT'S renowned comedic style make this comedy of manners a production not to be missed. Show is approximately 2 hours including an intermission.

    Seating: While some traditional seating will be available, most seating will be picnic-style. Feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket and snacks to enjoy theater al fresco.
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