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From Jerusalem to Here & Now

A Discipleship Series with Dr. Paul Zahl

From Jerusalem to Here & Now - Part 1

Part 1 - Jesus to Constantine • July 27, 2020 • Dr. Paul Zahl

Dr. Paul Zahl gives a brief historical overview of Church history spanning the time from the resurrection of Jesus to the death of the Roman Emperor Constantine. Rev. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl is a retired Episcopal minister. He formerly was rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase, MD, and dean and president of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, an Anglican seminary in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.

From Jerusalem to Here & Now - Part 2

Part 2 - Constantine to Martin Luther • August 3, 2020 • Dr. Paul Zahl

This is Part 2 of the 4 part series. Dr. Paul Zahl gives a brief historical overview of Church history spanning the time of Roman Emperor Constantine to the Protestant Reformation with Martin Luther. Rev. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl is a retired Episcopal minister. He formerly was rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase, MD, and dean and president of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, an Anglican seminary in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.

From Jerusalem to Here & Now - Part 3

Part 3 - The Reformation 1517-1738 AD • August 10, 2020 • Dr. Paul Zahl

This is Part 3 of the 4 part series. Dr. Paul Zahl gives a brief historical overview of Church history spanning the time of The Reformation from 1517 - 1738 AD. Rev. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl is a retired Episcopal minister. He formerly was rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase, MD, and dean and president of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, an Anglican seminary in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.

From Jerusalem to Here & Now - Part 4

Part 4 • August 17, 2020 • Dr. Paul Zahl

This is Part 4 of the 4 part series. Dr. Paul Zahl gives a brief historical overview of Church history spanning the time of 1738 AD to modern times covering revivals and movements that shaped Christianity to what it is today.. Rev. Dr. Paul F. M. Zahl is a retired Episcopal minister. He formerly was rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Chevy Chase, MD, and dean and president of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry, an Anglican seminary in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.