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This is all that it is necessary to add to the passages I have quoted. Lists with This Book. The sadistic cruelty that many of our forebears in the Faith endured throughout these early years during the periods of persecution, which, contrary to common misconception, were for the most part localized and intense but relatively brief, are quite unimaginable from the vantage point of the average American Christian A really insightful and inspiring look into the life of the church – its teachings, practices, leadership, struggles, sufferings, and triumphs – during its first three centuries.
However, if you are interested in an outline of this discussion, read this. To the elect belonged this man, the most wonderful apostolic and prophetic teacher of our time, bishop of the Catholic Church in Smyrna. In the case of the heresies, Eusebius was jealous for the purity of the Church. At the end of each book within the Church History Maier has added his own commentary, which may provide more background information about the era of Eusebius’s discussion.
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The heresies that plagued her through her early history were attacks on that purity committed mostly by self-interested men who sought to exploit her for personal power or wealth.
Cssareia showed how God takes cesareja of His people throughout history and brings them through dreadful persecution. I am encouraged by the Early Church fathers especially Origen. Footnotes indicate points at which later scholarship believes Eusebius to have been inaccurate. In reading the stories of the martyrs and the heresies, it is easy to see the history of the early church in terms of a war for her purity fought on two fronts.
Despite very brief treatments of a few historical questions as well as a few short accounts of some of the beliefs of Marcionites, the topic never strays too far from those who died in various unpleasant ways for God. Christian authors in the first three centuries. Eusebius was alive during the third to fourth centuries of the Church.
Aside, that is, from a Roman persecution every so often… maybe a fire, plague, dee Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. By some historical tragedy, the works of Hegesippus have been lost.
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Aug 12, Laura added it. The perspective – and gratitude – that are afforded in that regard are alone enough to add this important work to every Christian’s “must read” list.
The persecutions in the Roman empire is appalling.
The Romans were hideously cruel. It helps one understand how what we call the ‘New Testament’ was created and preserved, and a fascinating look at the network of early churches and their relationship.
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Need to bite the bullet and just do it! This is a very good book by the first great church historian. The acts of the Apostles 8 12 Sep 13, These would all be classed with the Disputed Books, but I have been obliged to list the latter separately, distinguishing those writings which according to the tradition of the Church are true, genuine, and recognized, from those in a different category, not canonical but disputed, yet familiar to most churchmen; for we must not confuse these with the writings published by heretics under the name of the apostles, as containing either Gospels of Peter, Thomas, Matthias, and several others besides these, or Acts of Andrew, John, and other apostles.
Overall a wonderful addition to any library, and should be required reading for any who wish to opine on the “early church”. It tells of its disputes with the pagans and with heretics.
What king established laws so just and impartial, and was strong enough to have them proclaimed in the hearing of all mankind from the ends of the earth and to the furthest limit of the entire world? Forgive me a wretch, Lawson I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the early Christian Church.
AD was a scholar who lived most of his life in Caesarea in Palestine. He does however, quote some very important material from Papias’s work concerning the authorship of the gospels of Matthew and Mark: Perhaps the battle between Good and Evil has not changed so very much after all