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The other was internal, represented by the heretical teachings that surfaced. In tracing the history of the Church from the time of Christ to the Great Per Eusebius’s account is the only surviving historical record of the Church during its crucial first years. Eusebius is the first Christian to write a church history. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Quotes 4 8 Sep 24, For my latest history fix, I decided to go way back to the first years after Christ.

Who but a true Christian would convert under the threat of death? In both cases, the end result was the same: I’ve admittedly read this book in sections over the years, and as with a great many “histories”, I think Eusebius is best taken in bite sized chunks. 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, Wusebio, and several others besides these, or Acts of Andrew, John, and other apostles.

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Of Matthew he has this to say: Who made the barbarous, uncivilized customs of uncivilized races give place to his own civilized and most humane laws? Those really interested can see below. To cesareua of these has any churchman of any generation ever seen fit to refer in his writings. The God of Eusebius is a sovereign God. The heresies that plagued her through her early eusehio were attacks on that purity committed mostly by self-interested men who eusrbio to exploit her for personal power or en.

He wanted to inspire, to give hope. Not a few of his family members and friends were martyred for their faith, going willingly, even joyfully to their deaths.

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Christian heresies in the first three centuries 10 13 Sep 24, Jun 11, sologdin rated it it was ok Shelves: Scholarship is divided as to whether the letter has any historicity, but it’s a fascinating artifact nonetheless. Christian heresies in the first three centuries. Who was for whole ages attacked on every side, yet displayed such super-human greatness as to be for ever in his prime and to remain eueebio throughout his life?

He started his history with Jesus and his disciples and ended it with his own current time–the era of Constantine.

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The History of the Church: From Christ to Constantine

Return to Book Page. De hecho, muchos documentos antiguos se han conservado en todo o en parte gracias a las citas de Eusebio de Cesarea.

It took me quite a while to read this book it very detailed and quite dense. He became the Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine about the year This particular edition is chock-full of supplementary photos, maps, euusebio and commentary. Footnotes indicate points at which later scholarship believes Eusebius to have been inaccurate.

He also laments that it happened – as the Armenians were and still are a Christian people. This is all that it is necessary to add to the passages I have quoted. Christians went peacefully to their deaths.

Sometimes the commentary provides some evaluation of Eusebius’s history and the state cesareiw scholarly discussion. If you’re interested in the text, they might be worth a look – and if you’re planning to read it in the future, they point you in the direction of some of the more interesting things to look out for.

Ultimately however, this book consists mostly of accounts of martyrdom.