Patristics study group (PAG) 2011 Berlin
PAG congress on the subject of "Paths to Gnosis" from 2 to 5 January 2011 in Berlin
The Patristics study group (PAG) was set up in 1957 in Heidelberg to complement the International Conference on Patristic Studies, which was established by F.L. Cross in Oxford in 1951. It is an association of Protestant church historians from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Its members research into the history of Christianity during its first centuries. In addition to the Oxford congress, the PAG congress takes place every two years. The last PAG congress but one took place from 2 to 5 January 2011 in Berlin. Looking at the subject of "Paths to Gnosis", the Patristics study group came together at the Evangelisches Johannesstift in Berlin/Spandau.
You can find the programme of the PAG congress on "Paths to Gnosis" from 2 to 5 January 2011. The congress documents were published in 2012 in the series "Studies of the Patristics Study group" issued by Peeters (Löwen).
The last PAG congress took place in Basle from 2 to 5 January 2013.