This Christian History Blog contains the newest pages from Christian History for Everyman in a blog format so that you can have them in any reader.
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Quotes explaining the keys of the Kingdom that were given to Peter in Matthew 16. These quotes are all from before or near the pre-Nicene era (before the Council of Nicea in 325)
Quotes about Jesus Christ's Resurrection from throughout Christian history
Later, that prophecy was translated into Greek by the Septuagint using a word that can only mean virgin, not young lady. This is not an accurate statement;
I have a problem with seeing the proverbs thing as relating to Jesus, because it depicts wisdom as saying that God made her before all other things (and
Dear Paul, Great article! It was very helpful. I was wondering if you could expound on where and how you came up with the word divine in John 1:1. I
While I write about history on this web site, my blog covers issues that are important to living as a child of God and citizen of the kingdom in this modern world. Some of my most important posts have been over the last month, beginning with this one on the Gospel of the kingdom and our response to it: