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História Eclesiástica Eusébio De Cesaréia

Next, he quotes extensively from Josephus to document the history of the Siege of Jerusalem. Published November 23rd by Penguin Classics first published In the case of controversies, councils were called and decisions made based on the authority of the Scriptures and the teaching of the apostles. His intent was to trace the history of the Church from the time of Christ to the Great Persecution at the beginning of the fourth century and ending with the conversion of the Emperor Constantine.

He wanted to inspire, to give hope. At no time did Christians take up arms against their terrible enemy. Indeed, we were conscious of a wonderful fragrance, like a breath of frankincense or some other costly spice. Eusebius writes about the dw of the Church in a very thorough way, though his thoughts jump occasionally, making him repetitive, specially when talking about heresies.

It’s also notable that Eusebius, Christianity’s first historian and a devout Christian, calls into question the validity of the book of Revelation he does make clear that he is in no position to pass judgment on the book’s importance.

Eusebius’ work was a great read. First book on the History of the Catholic Church, this is the name Eusebius uses, in books IV, VI, VII and Xwhich inaugurated a literary genre and imposed strict historical rules, such as the support of statements by citations of documents.


He spares no details in describing the brutal tortures they endured. Who so armed fe soldiers with the weapons of true religion that their souls proved cesarreia than steel in their battles with their opponents? A Biblical Christology I am currently listening to said that members of the infamous Jesus Seminar do not read period documents like this, limiting themselves to the Gospels.

Forgiv Maier’s translation is a lot more fluid than others. Papias also makes use of evidence drawn from 1 John and 1 Peter, and reproduces a story about a woman falsely accused before the Lord of many sins.

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Who but a true Christian remained when the heretics were exposed and expelled? Christian authors in the first three centuries.

Who made the barbarous, uncivilized customs of uncivilized races give place to his own civilized and most humane laws? It proceeds chronologically and systematically, documenting the growth of the Church as it spread from Jerusalem throughout the whole of the Roman This is a very good book by the first great church historian.

Considering all they were up against, that we have the Sacred Scriptures today is nothing short of miraculous. Like Foxes’ Book of Martyrs, you will learn a lot of information you might not really want cesraeia know. The History of the Church: After their passing, Mark also, the disciple and interpreter of Peter, transmitted to us in writing the things preached by Peter. I wish the Christians today would read this and teach their children.

He begins by describing in highly emotive language the persecution of Christians under Diocletian. Book Nine – Another Max, Maxentius flip flops between being at one moment acceptable and cesxreia next very evil. Some of the episodes within that fascinating period of our Christian heritage are told here in this book.


He became the Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine about the year I focus mainly on Eusebius’s accounts of theology. 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.

The Romans were hideously cruel. Luke, the follower of Paul, set down in a book the gospel preached by him. He devoted his longest chapter, 8, almost exclusively to him.

He was a bishop, author of many writings, imprisoned, tortured, and suffered through several Roman persecutions, saw friends martyred including his beloved mentor. It shows their persevering through persecution and their victory over Rome. These questions led to accumulating, reviewing and determining the credibility and validity of the many varied writings.

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The rest of work has not survived. Book One – An account of the general history of the Old Testament. Oct 23, Matthew rated it it was amazing Shelves: Although he shows more skepticism than some might expect, he ultimately spends a lot of time giving extensive accounts of the deaths of various individual martyrs when accounts of theology or even politics would probably euseblo more highly valued by the modern day scholar.