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The History of the Church Eusebius s account is the only surviving historical record of the Church during its crucial first 300 years.Bishop Eusebius, a learned scholar who lived most of his life in Caesarea in Palestine, broke new ground in writing the History and provided a model for all later ecclesiastical historians In tracing 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, his aim was to show the purity and continuity of the doctrinal tradition of Christianity and its struggle against persecutors and heretics. Read The History of the Church Author Eusebius – valtrex-4.us

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  • 20 July 2017
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  1. says:

    Eusebius of Caesarea lived from approximately 260 337 A.D He was a bishop, author of many writings, imprisoned, tortured, and suffered through several Roman persecutions, saw friends martyred including his beloved mentor Eusebius was a leader and speaker at important early Church councils and synods He celebrated Constantine s triumphal accession to power, the ensuing peace and freedom for Christians Eusebius experienced much of what he put into The Church History He was not a disintere Eusebius of Caesarea lived from approximately 260 337 A.D He was a bishop, author of many writings, imprisoned, tortured, and suffered through several Roman persecutions, saw friends martyred including his beloved mentor Eusebius was a leader and speaker at important early Church councils and synods He celebrated Constantine s triumphal accession to po...


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    This is a very good book by the first great church historian Eusebius c AD 264 c 340 was a devout Christian, scholar, historian, author, priest, and eventually the Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine His History of the Church was the first book to record events in the life of the Church from the advent of Christ through the reign of Constantine 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 Eusebius c AD 264 c 340 was a devout Christian, scholar, historian, author, priest, and eventually the Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine His History of the Church was the first book to record events in the life of the Church from the advent of Christ through the reign of Constantine It proceeds chronologically and systematically, documenting the growth of the Church as it spread from Jerusalem throughout the whole of the Roman Empire and beyond From the vast array of topics encompass...


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    I wish evangelicals would read literature such as this It is a very interesting chronicle of early Christians It helps one understand how what we call the New Testament was created and preserved, and a fascinating look at the network of early churches and their relationship 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 boo I wish evangelicals would read literature such as this It is a very interesting chronicle of early Christians It helps one understand how what we call the New Testament was created and preserved, and a fascinating look at the network of early churches and their relations...


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    Je m int resse de plus en plus l histoire chr tienne, et il m a sembl bon de commencer par cet auteur Eus be de C sar e est r put tre le premier historien a avoir compil les v nements ayant marqu l glise lors des quatre premiers si cles de notre re C sar e en Palestine, la ville dont il est issu, ne subsiste de nos jours qu l tat de ruine, ayant t secou par les tremblements de terre qui frappent habituellement cette r gion du monde Les vestiges d une riche cit grecque, et de Je m int resse de plus en plus l histoire chr tienne, et il m a sembl bon de commencer par cet auteur Eus be de C sar e est r put tre le premier historien a avoir compil les v nements ayant marqu l glise lors des quatre premiers si cles de notre re C sar e en Palestine, la ville dont il est issu, ne subsiste de nos jours qu l tat de ruine, ayant t secou par les tremblements de terre qui frappent habituellement cette r gion du monde Les vestiges d une riche cit grecque, et de ce qui fut un important port de l poque des croisades, y...


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    Eusebius is a scholar, I learnt a lot of new things from this book I am encouraged by the Early Church fathers especially Origen It seems that the Early Christians had to face internal threats heresies , external threats ridicule, persecution , this is simply too much to Handle but God blessed them The persecutions in the Roman empire is appalling There s depth details about persecution especially during Diocletian Era, I could not digest a lot I wish the Christians today would read this Eusebius is a scholar, I learnt a lot of new things from this book I am encouraged by the Early Church fathers especially Origen It seems that the Early Christians had to face internal threats heresies , external threats ridicule, persecution , this is simply too much to Handle but God blessed them The persecutions in the Roman empire is appalling There s depth details about...


  6. says:

    The author of the introduction seems to fault Eusebius for not writing a different book, but I find a lot to like in what he did write He quotes primary sources extensively I liked the information about debates over the New Testament canon, the picture of Justin Martyr, Origen, Dionysius of Alexandria, and the constant reference to all kinds of early works, many of which are now lost And then of course there are all sorts of random details to puzzle and delight, such as the statue of Jesus Eu The author of the introduction seems to fault Eusebius for not writing a different book, but I find a lot to like in what he did writ...


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    wheless thinks that eusebius is the greatest liar in history dunno about that this seems reasonably credible problem with wheless is that he needs christianity to be fraudulent in order for it to be wrong i think it can be dead wrong even if it s 100% true.


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    Early Christian history and the political changes it created in Israel, Palestine, Roman and Egyptian history.


  9. says:

    This is a very helpful source on early church history, being the first major church history book written A.D 324 It s not terribly well written, but it makes up for that in its interesting subject matter It shows an early church with real, personal connections with Jesus and the Apostles It tells of its disputes with the pagans and with heretics It shows their persevering through persecution and their victory over Rome 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.D 324 It s not terribly well written, but it makes up for that in its interesting subject matter It shows an early church with real, personal connections with Jesus and the Apostles It tells of its disputes with the pagans and with heretics It shows their persevering through persecution and their victory over Rome Whatever weaknesses Eusebius had as a historian by modern standards, his blatantly providential outlook on history is something Christian historians can learn from He constantly brings in Scripture into his historical discussions The God of Eusebius is a sovereign God Eusebius points out how God judged the Jews for crucifying Christ, the Romans for persecuting the Christians, and the church for hypocrisy and pride He showed how God takes care of His people throughout history and brings them through dreadful persecution He describes Je...


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    THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH FROM CHRIST TO CONSTANTINE ca 300 A.D Eusebius I did my best to read this history, but couldn t make it through This is an important book because it is the only surviving historical record of the Church during its first 300 years Its language and style, however, were off putting to my efforts The translator G A Williamson did his best in providing references to the author s work, but those references would have required having a copy of the Bible by m THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH FROM CHRIST TO CONSTANTINE ca 300 A.D Eusebius I did my best to read this history, but couldn t make it through This is an important book because it is the only surviving hist...

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