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The History of the Church: From Christ to Constantine by Eusebius

Christianityand that figures such as Abraham were Christians in practice and essential belief, albeit without Jesus Christ. The reason is because his hero was so remarkably intelligent most could not even understand his writings well-enough to see how they would be controversial.

Classic for the ‘real die hards’. 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. The Roman persecution of Christians, the Christian persecution of the Jews, Muslim fundamentalist terrorism – it never ends. Jun 11, sologdin rated it it was ok Shelves: Since unike those writings, he identifies himself by name 7.

More of the book is spent on these two topics than all the others combined. Besides that, that, there’s nowhere else to turn for this kind of information. It was interesting and amusing to read about the first centuries of the Christian Church, reading of controversies and heresies that have been revived almost 20 centuries later.


Today we like euseboi hope our historians are completely objective, that they treat objective truth objectively.

It seems only Matthew through Acts were conclusively accepted canonical texts in his period. 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. Jun 21, JJ rated it liked it Shelves: AD was a scholar who lived most of his life in Caesarea in Palestine.

There is so much that isn’t said about the church history in the Bible. Aside, that is, from a Roman persecution every so often… maybe a fire, plague, pillage The Questions today faced by the Dd are nothing great compared to their Era. The God of Eusebius is a sovereign God.

The original Christian history book by the original Christian historian. Eusebius’s account of the early church is one of the most valuable sources of Ecclesiastical history that we have.

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Christian authors in the first three centuries 8 9 Sep 18, The acts of the Apostles. The line is eusebuo blurred between the two and I suppose maybe that’s kind of the point. Eusebius describes a quite different Church, one very similar to ours: I have been meaning to read this forever. Josephus is relied on heavily as a historical source, as Eusebius had a limited command of Hebrew.

He then goes on to discuss the historicity of various books including some apocryphal and lost works which I hadn’t previously heard ofconcluding that some are legitimate texts and some are not: Well, my interest quickly turned into exasperation.


He plots out the lineage of disciples starting with the original apostles. Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire 9 14 Sep 24, However, if you are interested in an outline of this discussion, read this.

He devoted his longest chapter, 8, almost exclusively to him. Eusebius wrote his history as a gift to posterity, that is to us.

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He was neither impartial nor thorough and unapologetically so. History can be dry, but it can also teach us invaluable lessons, encourage us on the correct beliefs and actions, warn us of the wrong directions, and demonstrate the outcomes of some of our misguided actions.

He spares no details in describing the brutal tortures they endured. And then of course there are all sorts of random details to puzzle and delight, such as the statue of Jesus Eusebius himself had seen erected in thanks by the woman cured of the issue of blood.

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 the unbelievers and the elect.