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For my latest history fix, I decided to go way back to the first years after Christ. In reading the stories of the martyrs and the heresies, it is easy to see the history of the early church in terms of a war ceeareia her purity fought on two fronts.

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The rest of work has not susebio. At the time The Church History was written, AD, the canon of Sacred Scripture, was still not fully formed, that is, no one in the East or the West or anywhere in all of Christendom had a Bible as we know it today! Since unike those writings, he identifies himself by name 7. Along the way 25 12 Sep 24, His soaring praise of Constantine is forgivable. Sep 20, Mariangel rated it really liked it. He spares no details in describing the brutal tortures they endured.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There’s depth details about persecution especially during Diocletian Era, I could not digest a lot. He was not a disinterested historian by any means, nor did he write history as we think of it today.

The work quotes extensively from original sources which, unfortunately, have all disappeared. His chronicles of the early Church were written in the second century and would have been an invaluable source of history from this period if only esebio had survived.

Who so armed his soldiers with the weapons of true religion that their souls proved tougher than steel in their battles with their opponents? While some facts have to be taken with a grain of salt, most of the history presented here agrees with the record of the scriptures.


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The sadistic cruelty that many of our forebears in the Faith endured throughout these early years eisebio the periods of persecution, which, contrary to common misconception, were for the most part localized and intense but relatively brief, are quite unimaginable from the vantage point of the average American Christian of today.

I cannot stress enough. He spends a little more time discussing Marcion, which is a fascinating topic, but the treatment is still ultimately brief. But against the heresies, the Church was relatively quick to organize against them, root them out and expel the heretics. Eusebius tells the history of Christianity fomr the prophecies of Christ and his Birth and life to the establishment ej Christianity by Constantine.

The Roman persecution of Christians, the Christian persecution of the Jews, Muslim fundamentalist terrorism – it never ends. Eusebius also makes the claim that the pre-covenant Hebrews were adherents of the true faith i. As I rusebio, I took some notes which I’ve included below. When he did so there came out a stream of blood that quenched the fire, so that the whole crowd was astonished at the difference between eusebik unbelievers and the elect.

Although I have to admit that I have not read every word of this book, I have read major portions of the book. This cesareoa an important book because it is the only surviving historical record of the Church during its first years.

Eusebius is the first Christian to write a church history. The writing is in depth and so full of information. It is a very interesting chronicle of early Christians.

And Eusubius is quick to accept some pretty incredible stories and manuscripts – he reproduces a letter from Jesus to King Abgar, and recounts that some early Christian congregations were able to bring the dead back to life.

Considering all they were up against, that we have the Sacred Scriptures today is nothing short of miraculous. Forgiv Maier’s translation is a lot more fluid than others.

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Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire. For me it was also the most interesting chapter. It follows that so far from being classed even among Spurious Books, they must be thrown out as impious and beyond the pale. Then we saw a marvellous sight, we who were privileged to see it and were spared to tell the others what happened. It was interesting to find out, first hand, just how different the church was in the late 4th century than it is now, in all but the essentials.


Anyway, they do not total a hundred lines between them.

The History of the Church: From Christ to Constantine

A great book for anyone wanting to learn more about the early Church. As Eusebius of Caesarea c. Later cesariea the book, there is an interesting discussion on the words eusevio Iranaeus and the composition of the gospels: This particular edition is chock-full of supplementary photos, maps, tables and commentary. 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.

The gruesome details of persecution and martyrdom were hard to read.

The heroics of the early Christian martyrs will haunt you. Whatever weaknesses Eusebius had as a historian by modern standards, This is a very helpful source on early church history, being the first major church history book written A. This is a very helpful source on early church history, being the first major church history book written A.

Sometimes the commentary provides some evaluation of Eusebius’s history and the state of scholarly discussion. However, if you are interested in an outline of this discussion, read this.

In the case of the martyrs, Eusebius grew up as a Christian during the years of the great persecution under Diocletian. His work provided the model for later hidtorians to follow. This stands in sharp contradistinction to the ideas of many modern critics.

Eusebius’ work was a great read. Preview — The History of the Church by Eusebius.