The incident took place at the Prince Tawadros church in Giza, 100 kilometers (60 miles) outside Cairo, following Friday prayers at a nearby mosque. Demonstrators gathered outside the church building in the afternoon and stormed it, chanting hostile slogans and calling for the church's demolition.

The diocese in Atfih said in a statement that the church's contents were destroyed during the attack and that Christians worshipping at the church were assaulted before security personnel came to their aid. It also said that the wounded were transferred to a nearby hospital but didn't elaborate on numbers or the nature of their injuries.

The church, yet to be sanctioned by the state and thereby gain full legal recognition, has been observing prayers for 15 years. Despite laws recently being eased, local authorities continue to refuse to give building permits for new churches, fearing protests by Muslim conservatives.

As part of the Catholic School Matters partnership between NCEA and Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools, the Church Document Study Podcast explores Church documents pertaining to Catholic schools. Through a series of 14 podcasts, Catholic educators will familiarize themselves with the documents by placing them together and using the podcast format to share the learning.

The Podcast Study Series will begin on October 30th and will be released every Monday in order to conclude on January 22, 2018. However, the series will remain available on iTunes and wherever you can find podcasts. It can also be found here or on the Catholic School Matters web page .

A note from podcast host, Dr. Tim Uhl: I highly recommend you read each of the 12 selected Church documents first before listening to the corresponding podcast. Don’t set out to read all of them at once! Read one and then listen to the pertinent podcast. You’ll find that the podcasts build on the foundations of the earlier podcasts. This series could work well as an independent study course or as a PLC.

The incident took place at the Prince Tawadros church in Giza, 100 kilometers (60 miles) outside Cairo, following Friday prayers at a nearby mosque. Demonstrators gathered outside the church building in the afternoon and stormed it, chanting hostile slogans and calling for the church's demolition.

The diocese in Atfih said in a statement that the church's contents were destroyed during the attack and that Christians worshipping at the church were assaulted before security personnel came to their aid. It also said that the wounded were transferred to a nearby hospital but didn't elaborate on numbers or the nature of their injuries.

The church, yet to be sanctioned by the state and thereby gain full legal recognition, has been observing prayers for 15 years. Despite laws recently being eased, local authorities continue to refuse to give building permits for new churches, fearing protests by Muslim conservatives.

As part of the Catholic School Matters partnership between NCEA and Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools, the Church Document Study Podcast explores Church documents pertaining to Catholic schools. Through a series of 14 podcasts, Catholic educators will familiarize themselves with the documents by placing them together and using the podcast format to share the learning.

The Podcast Study Series will begin on October 30th and will be released every Monday in order to conclude on January 22, 2018. However, the series will remain available on iTunes and wherever you can find podcasts. It can also be found here or on the Catholic School Matters web page .

A note from podcast host, Dr. Tim Uhl: I highly recommend you read each of the 12 selected Church documents first before listening to the corresponding podcast. Don’t set out to read all of them at once! Read one and then listen to the pertinent podcast. You’ll find that the podcasts build on the foundations of the earlier podcasts. This series could work well as an independent study course or as a PLC.

Related Topics: Ecclesiology (The Church) Bob Deffinbaugh Robert L. (Bob)Deffinbaugh graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with his Th.M. in 1971. Bob is a pastor/teacher and elder at Community Bible Chapel in Richardson, Texas, and has contributed many of his Bible study series for use by the Foundation. Bob was born and raised in a Christian home i... More

The incident took place at the Prince Tawadros church in Giza, 100 kilometers (60 miles) outside Cairo, following Friday prayers at a nearby mosque. Demonstrators gathered outside the church building in the afternoon and stormed it, chanting hostile slogans and calling for the church's demolition.

The diocese in Atfih said in a statement that the church's contents were destroyed during the attack and that Christians worshipping at the church were assaulted before security personnel came to their aid. It also said that the wounded were transferred to a nearby hospital but didn't elaborate on numbers or the nature of their injuries.

The church, yet to be sanctioned by the state and thereby gain full legal recognition, has been observing prayers for 15 years. Despite laws recently being eased, local authorities continue to refuse to give building permits for new churches, fearing protests by Muslim conservatives.

The incident took place at the Prince Tawadros church in Giza, 100 kilometers (60 miles) outside Cairo, following Friday prayers at a nearby mosque. Demonstrators gathered outside the church building in the afternoon and stormed it, chanting hostile slogans and calling for the church's demolition.

The diocese in Atfih said in a statement that the church's contents were destroyed during the attack and that Christians worshipping at the church were assaulted before security personnel came to their aid. It also said that the wounded were transferred to a nearby hospital but didn't elaborate on numbers or the nature of their injuries.

The church, yet to be sanctioned by the state and thereby gain full legal recognition, has been observing prayers for 15 years. Despite laws recently being eased, local authorities continue to refuse to give building permits for new churches, fearing protests by Muslim conservatives.

As part of the Catholic School Matters partnership between NCEA and Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools, the Church Document Study Podcast explores Church documents pertaining to Catholic schools. Through a series of 14 podcasts, Catholic educators will familiarize themselves with the documents by placing them together and using the podcast format to share the learning.

The Podcast Study Series will begin on October 30th and will be released every Monday in order to conclude on January 22, 2018. However, the series will remain available on iTunes and wherever you can find podcasts. It can also be found here or on the Catholic School Matters web page .

A note from podcast host, Dr. Tim Uhl: I highly recommend you read each of the 12 selected Church documents first before listening to the corresponding podcast. Don’t set out to read all of them at once! Read one and then listen to the pertinent podcast. You’ll find that the podcasts build on the foundations of the earlier podcasts. This series could work well as an independent study course or as a PLC.

Related Topics: Ecclesiology (The Church) Bob Deffinbaugh Robert L. (Bob)Deffinbaugh graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with his Th.M. in 1971. Bob is a pastor/teacher and elder at Community Bible Chapel in Richardson, Texas, and has contributed many of his Bible study series for use by the Foundation. Bob was born and raised in a Christian home i... More

As part of the Catholic School Matters partnership between NCEA and Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools, the Church Document Study Podcast explores Church documents pertaining to Catholic schools. Through a series of 14 podcasts, Catholic educators will familiarize themselves with the documents by placing them together and using the podcast format to share the learning.

The Podcast Study Series will begin on October 30th and will be released every Monday in order to conclude on January 22, 2018. However, the series will remain available on iTunes and wherever you can find podcasts. It can also be found here or on the Catholic School Matters web page .

A note from podcast host, Dr. Tim Uhl: I highly recommend you read each of the 12 selected Church documents first before listening to the corresponding podcast. Don’t set out to read all of them at once! Read one and then listen to the pertinent podcast. You’ll find that the podcasts build on the foundations of the earlier podcasts. This series could work well as an independent study course or as a PLC.

To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia , disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series . Tip: If the series has an order, add a number or other descriptor in parenthesis after the series title (eg., "Chronicles of Prydain (book 1)"). By default, it sorts by the number, or alphabetically if there is no number. If you want to force a particular order, use the | character to divide the number and the descriptor. So, "(0|prequel)" sorts by 0 under the label "prequel."

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series ). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations , on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

The incident took place at the Prince Tawadros church in Giza, 100 kilometers (60 miles) outside Cairo, following Friday prayers at a nearby mosque. Demonstrators gathered outside the church building in the afternoon and stormed it, chanting hostile slogans and calling for the church's demolition.

The diocese in Atfih said in a statement that the church's contents were destroyed during the attack and that Christians worshipping at the church were assaulted before security personnel came to their aid. It also said that the wounded were transferred to a nearby hospital but didn't elaborate on numbers or the nature of their injuries.

The church, yet to be sanctioned by the state and thereby gain full legal recognition, has been observing prayers for 15 years. Despite laws recently being eased, local authorities continue to refuse to give building permits for new churches, fearing protests by Muslim conservatives.

As part of the Catholic School Matters partnership between NCEA and Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools, the Church Document Study Podcast explores Church documents pertaining to Catholic schools. Through a series of 14 podcasts, Catholic educators will familiarize themselves with the documents by placing them together and using the podcast format to share the learning.

The Podcast Study Series will begin on October 30th and will be released every Monday in order to conclude on January 22, 2018. However, the series will remain available on iTunes and wherever you can find podcasts. It can also be found here or on the Catholic School Matters web page .

A note from podcast host, Dr. Tim Uhl: I highly recommend you read each of the 12 selected Church documents first before listening to the corresponding podcast. Don’t set out to read all of them at once! Read one and then listen to the pertinent podcast. You’ll find that the podcasts build on the foundations of the earlier podcasts. This series could work well as an independent study course or as a PLC.

Related Topics: Ecclesiology (The Church) Bob Deffinbaugh Robert L. (Bob)Deffinbaugh graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with his Th.M. in 1971. Bob is a pastor/teacher and elder at Community Bible Chapel in Richardson, Texas, and has contributed many of his Bible study series for use by the Foundation. Bob was born and raised in a Christian home i... More

As part of the Catholic School Matters partnership between NCEA and Dr. Tim Uhl, superintendent of Montana Catholic Schools, the Church Document Study Podcast explores Church documents pertaining to Catholic schools. Through a series of 14 podcasts, Catholic educators will familiarize themselves with the documents by placing them together and using the podcast format to share the learning.

The Podcast Study Series will begin on October 30th and will be released every Monday in order to conclude on January 22, 2018. However, the series will remain available on iTunes and wherever you can find podcasts. It can also be found here or on the Catholic School Matters web page .

A note from podcast host, Dr. Tim Uhl: I highly recommend you read each of the 12 selected Church documents first before listening to the corresponding podcast. Don’t set out to read all of them at once! Read one and then listen to the pertinent podcast. You’ll find that the podcasts build on the foundations of the earlier podcasts. This series could work well as an independent study course or as a PLC.

Fathers of the Church Series (127 vols.) - Logos Bible.


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