Foundations 10 - Jerome

Series: Foundations: The Life, Times, and Theology of the Early Church

Category: History

We conclude our ten-part series with a very unique figure in the Early Church. The fourth century blossomed with theological and political complexity, and was filled with notable leaders from Augustine to Chrysostom. Many of these Church Fathers, like Ambrose, had a direct and significant influence on the nature of the Church’s life and theology into and through the Middle Ages. In the midst of all this was the life of an interesting and complex man, Jerome, who corresponded with Augustine, rejected Arianism and Pelagianism, and learned from the Cappadocians.