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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, VI

I will interrupt this series, next week for a break, but for now, we continue our journey through the classic historical text from 324 AD. More Heresy! I’m not going to cover every heresy, especially since most of them are … Continue reading

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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, V

Warning: today’s portion will get a bit dicey, hard questions about orthodoxy, the Canon and salvation as we continue our through the classic historical text from 324 AD. Menander Still in Book 3 of 10, about 117 AD. Along comes … Continue reading

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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, IV

Continuing our journey through the classic historical text from 324 AD. Still in Book III…don’t worry it picks up as we go… About 96 to 99 AD, there is a story of Yochanon, the talmid whom Yeshua loved— —an aside, … Continue reading

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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, III

Continuing our journey through the classic historical text from 324 AD. Book III 54 AD, Peter and Paul have been martyred, passing the bishopry/episcopate to Linus (who is mentioned in 2 Tim 4:21). Eusebius does provide a nearly complete lineage … Continue reading

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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, II

Continuing my survey of Eusebius’ landmark work, Ecclesiastical History. Perhaps, a dull topic to some, but for those who are trying to get back to the roots of the faith, it is very useful. So how, when, and why did … Continue reading

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Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History: the highlights, I

Along with being almost halfway through War and Peace (a heartwarming tale about a variety of people all highlighting tomfoolery in different ways…or as most people call it: life!), I am also now the proud completionist of Eusebius’ most notable … Continue reading

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Understanding Peters vision of the middle eastern barbeque

A sister responded with interest to the previous edition, The Problem with the Moral Law. She then went on to wonder about Peter’so vision in Acts 10, because there is a common teaching that Peter was given the ‘ok’ to do as … Continue reading

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Uncleanness, Seperation, Female Priests, And All Sorts of Thoughts on “Is God a Moral Monster?”

First off, I’m loving Paul Copan’s Is God a Moral Monster? Understanding the Old Testament God. Second off, I disagree with one of his major premises. In short, if you’ve read my book Backwards, I believe the Torah (the ‘law … Continue reading

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The Anschluss, the JW’s, and Caesar

At our fellowship one of our members was giving some church history to the group. No surprise, some of the Caesars regarded themselves as gods. I knew this, but what I didn’t consider was that when people wanted audience with him or to deal … Continue reading

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