Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Aristotle Academy

Academy vision:

The world is witnessing rapid and continuous fluctuations, some of which are beneficial to humans and some are harmful. The Coptic Church has always been a mother whose children resort to, and in order for them to choose what is beneficial for their edifice, education, and eternity, the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center established the Aristotle Academy.

Inside the Coptic Church, there are sources of ecclesiastical education; the Holy Bible, the teachings of the father apostles, and the holy tradition through which its children can choose what is useful for their eternity… the church has always been full of institutions that help her children to study those sciences.

Through the grace of God, Aristotle Academy at the Coptic Orthodox Cultural Center is one of those institutions that nourish the children of the Church with straight knowledge.

 Academy Mission

Preparing an ecclesiastical minister who possesses a comprehensive knowledge of the various ecclesiastical sciences through the study of the Bible, the writings of the Father Apostles, and the holy tradition.

Securing an opportunity for each student to study the keys of all the ecclesiastical sciences in order to define which is most distinctive, to continue complementary studies in a specific science

Academy Study System

The study system includes

Four levels (4 Levels) ⇐ Each level is composed of four terms (4 Semesters)

Each term is composed of two months of study + one week of assessment (8 weeks of study + one week of assessment) one day per week

Note: The student can take more than one term during the two months, but it is required that they be of the same level.

Level one

First term

The Gospel according to (Saint Matthew – Saint Mark – Saint Luke)

Biblical characters with a life vision

The most important events and their implications (theological and liturgical)

History of the Church in the Age of the Apostles

The roots of the liturgy in the Four Gospels

Jesus’ life Panorama in the Four Gospels

 

Second term

Biblical sciences

How do we read the Bible?

Biblical criticism

Principles of the Greek language

The roots of the liturgy in the Four Gospels

Jesus’ life Panorama in the Four Gospels

Third term

The Books written by Prophet Moses

Biblical characters with a life vision

The most important events and their implications (theological and liturgical)

Biblical criticism

A study in Glavera books of Saint Cyril, the Pillar of Faith

Fourth term

Biblical sciences

The geography of the two Testaments

Liturgy (Priesthood- The order of the church between the Book of Exodus and the Book of Leviticus and the Church of the New Testament)

Principles of the Hebrew language

A study in Glavera books of Saint Cyril, the Pillar of Faith

 

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Timings:

Daily from 9 am to 4 pm