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Classic for the ‘real die hards’.

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But it is not hard to tell which topics are the most important to Eusebius: The God of Eusebius is a sovereign God. At the appropriate moment, the evidence of early writers shall clear up this matter too. Jun 21, JJ rated it liked it Shelves: Much of the text is given over to accounts of the suffering of the early Christians who were martyred at the hands of the Romans. The other was internal, represented by the heretical teachings that surfaced.

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Eusebius also makes the claim that the pre-covenant Hebrews were adherents of the true faith i. Of Matthew he has this to say: This is to be found in the Gospel of the Hebrews.

I went into Origen more below. It was interesting to find out, first hand, just cesareoa different the church was in the late 4th century than it is now, in all but the essentials.


This is a very good book by the first great church historian. Paul Maier’s commentary is invariable informative and helpful.

Who so armed his soldiers with the weapons of true religion that their souls proved tougher than steel in their battles with their opponents? Eusebius describes a quite different Church, one very similar to ours: To none of these has any churchman of any generation ever seen fit to refer in his writings. Personally I think writers can never be completely objective no matter how hard they try.

The line of the bishops, by which the doctrine of apostolic succession is supported, is quite thorough, including occasional biographical sketches, as is the case with the emperors.

I thought I had read some awful atrocities today, but there is nothing new under the sun. Christ in history and in the Old Testament 11 13 Sep 14, Book Eight – Here begins the events which occurred during Eusebius’s life time.

And then of course there are all sorts of random details to puzzle and delight, such as dusebio statue of Jesus Eusebius himself had cesarela erected in thanks by the woman cured of the issue of blood. From Christ to Constantine by Eusebius.

This book deserves either four stars or two, depending on how right Candida Moss is in her book about the reliability of these early histories. However, if you are interested in an outline of this discussion, read this.

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Most of the chapter is like that. Sadly Eusebius is not euseblo a particularly reliable narrator. Eusubius consulted a large number of early historical manuscripts – not an easy task in those days – but he was far from an unbiased historian.


In the previous book, it was established that he was persecuting Christians in Rome, and pretending to the position of ruler.

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I liked the information about debates over the New Testament canon, the picture of Justin Martyr, Origen, Dionysius of Alexandria, and eusebioo constant reference to all kinds of early works, many of which are now lost. The rest of work has not survived.

This is all that it is necessary to add to the passages I have quoted. Trivia About The History of th Christian heresies in the first three centuries 10 13 Sep 24, Maier’s translation is a lot more fluid than others. As to the Revelation, the views of most people to this day are evenly divided.

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. Book Three – Eusebius begins by discussing the historicity of the Epistles concluding that Hebrews and 2 Peter are likely not authentic.