The Betrayal of Jesus by… Eusebius

I couldn't agree more. I trace it back to when Eusebius wrote Christ out of ecclesiastical history in order to create Christendom and prop Constantine up as the god ordained emperor of Rome.https://t.co/i8IdfUpfip— Mark Charles (@wirelesshogan) April 18, 2019

Whatever Happened to Gifts of Language, Prophecy, and Healing? | Christianity Today

Sometimes we start our history in the wrong place. It can be tempting to trace our roots back to the origin of our denomination or even the origin of Christianity in our country. But taking a longer view by tracing our roots back to the early church fathers leads to some surprises. We discover that …

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Lamb’s Harbinger on Clement I

Clement (I) of Rome is regarded by scholars of early Christianity as one of the earliest post-Apostolic Christian leaders, being supposed to have received appointment as an elder/overseer of the church at Rome by the Apostle Peter. Clement's only letter (1 Clement), composed (logically speaking) sometime during his service to the Church of God at …

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